The tragic events of September 11, 2001 are revisited to help a younger generation learn about this historical attack. The documentary features personal stories from survivors and family members, along with archival news footage and photos.
This insightful documentary tells the story of 9/11 through the eyes of eight individuals who witnessed the attacks as teenagers attending Stuyvesant, a New York high school four blocks away from the World Trade Center.
Eros Hoagland has been to conflict zones in Iraq, Afghanistan and Haiti, but his current focus is Juarez, Mexico, the “murder capital of the world”. Drug violence in Juarez has left over 10,000 dead, and the drugs are still flowing.
Though Rio de Janeiro will host the Summer Olympics in 2016, the city remains crippled by a war raging in its narrow favelas between police and powerful drug gangs. Eros Hoagland is one of only a few willing to go into dangerous slums like Mangueira.
In South Sudan, thousands have been killed or abducted by Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army. Véronique de Viguerie has been travelling here to cover the Arrow Boys, an unpaid force of farmers who took up arms to protect their land and children from LRA.
Michael Christopher Brown has been to Libya five times during the conflicts that brought down Muammar Gaddafi’s 40-year rule. Now, the revolution is over but the situation in Libya is even more complicated and the fighting continues.
Section 60 is a final resting place for young men and women who died fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. For families and friends it is a place to grieve, to honor, to remember – and to find comfort with others who have shared the same profound loss.
A riveting, in-depth account of the hunt for Osama bin Laden, featuring testimony from actual CIA analysts and operatives who tracked him for nearly two decades.
Last Letters Home is a documentary built from the words of soldiers who have been killed in Iraq, with their final letters and cards read in their hometowns by the relatives who received them.
Since 2001, more military members have taken their own lives than have died on the battlefield. This documentary look at the traumas endured by America’s veterans, as told through the harrowing work of responders at the national Veterans Crisis Line.
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