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Airsick: An Industrial Devolution
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Toronto Star Photographer Lucas Oleniuk tackles the global issue of climate change through a local approach. With the exception of two images, all 20,000 photographs were shot in Ontario, Canada, but they illustrate a global problem.
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The Amazing Amy
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Using humor and a love of fantasy, "The Amazing" Amy Harlib connects with audiences through performing strenuous yoga-based contortion acts in New York City. But behind the showmanship lives an incredibly lonely human being, who despite a disintegrated disc in her spine, two torn rotator cuffs, a hip replacement,...
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Black Market
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It is not widely known, but the sale of bear paws, crocodile hearts, and other rare animal parts form the world's third-largest illegal market. Photojournalist Patrick Brown goes deep inside this vast, dangerous milieu, risking his own personal safety to take us on a fascinating journey through the lives of the my...
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Broken Lines
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Joe Soll has spent half of his life searching for his birth parents. In the process, he uncovers a mystery that's haunted him for years, while setting on a mission to help others in his situation.
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Driftless: Stories from Iowa
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(MediaStorm, 2009), 31 mins
Once at the center of the U.S. economy, the family farm now drifts at its edges. In Iowa, old-time farmers try to hang on to their way of life, while their young push out to find their futures elsewhere. A complex portrait of a well-loved American landscape, at a time of enormous cultural change.
(MediaStorm, 2009), 31 mins
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Hungry Horse: Legends of the Every Day
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Internationally acclaimed photographer Pieter ten Hoopen documents the struggles with poverty, drug use, and loneliness of the residents of Hungry Horse, MT, while also capturing the spirit of renewal, peace and serenity through stunning landscapes and intimate oral histories.
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Iraqi Kurdistan
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(MediaStorm, 2009), 12 mins
In 2005, photojournalist Ed Kashi spent seven weeks in Iraqi Kurdistan, taking thousands of photographs of daily life. The violence had stopped in the region; a federally-recognized parliamentary democracy had just taken hold, and the Kurdish people were able to set roots down again in secure, stable lives. This i...
(MediaStorm, 2009), 12 mins
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The Last Move
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(MediaStorm), 23 mins
Michael Thomasson has devoted his life to video games. It's been his passion and his obsession for more than three decades. He owns over 11,000 unique game titles for more than 100 different systems. His collection is so large, in fact, that it's currently recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records. But now,...
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Net Cafe Refugees
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Internet cafes have existed in Japan for over a decade, but in the mid 2000s, customers began using these spaces as living quarters. Today, more than one in three Japanese are temporary workers, with little benefits and no job security, and salaries too low to rent their own apartments. Without these internet cafe...
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Nine Digits
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Cesar is one of over a million undocumented youth who live in the United States. He is completely integrated into American culture and wants to become a citizen. As a form of protest, Cesar and many other undocumented youth have publicly revealed their status, hoping to shape future legislation that may give them...
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