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The 10 Conditions of Love
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directed by Jeff Daniels, 1955- (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2009), 54 mins
Meet Ms Rebiya Kadeer, a human rights activist twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. She is the impassioned though graying exiled leader of the Uyghurs, a Muslim people whose ancestral home, East Turkestan, was annexed by the Chinese in 1949 and re-named Xinxiang province. Since then the Chinese have dominate...
directed by Jeff Daniels, 1955- (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2009), 54 mins
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21st Century Stalking
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produced by British Broadcasting Corporation (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1999), 35 mins
In July 1999 fifty-year-old Gary Dellapenta became the first man in America to be imprisoned for cyberstalkingt. In 1998 Dellapenta fell in love with Brandi Barber, a woman half his age. When their romance ended, Dellapenta assumed a new internet identity and logged on as a young woman harbouring sado-masochistic...
produced by British Broadcasting Corporation (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1999), 35 mins
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About Executing Eichmann
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(Icarus Films, 2015), 1 hour 1 mins
On 15 December 1961 in Jerusalem, Adolf Eichmann was sentenced to death for crimes against the Jewish people and against humanity. While this judgment was met with consensus on a national level, some spoke out against it. On 29 May 1962, a group of Holocaust survivors and intellectuals, including philosophers Hann...
(Icarus Films, 2015), 1 hour 1 mins
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Afghanistan's Opium Trail
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directed by Mehran Bozorgnia; produced by Journeyman Pictures (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2008), 44 mins
Over 90% of the world's opium now comes from Afghanistan. This no-holds barred documentary follows this illicit industry, from the cultivation of the opium plants, to the processing of heroin, to the cross border smuggling that occurs between Afghanistan and Iran. The cameras actually catch the ambush of smugglers...
directed by Mehran Bozorgnia; produced by Journeyman Pictures (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2008), 44 mins
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Against the Grain: Deviance
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(Intelecom, 2005), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
In this DVD, sociologists question whether deviant behavior can be absolutely defined. The program explores differing views on sexuality and violent crime and examines moral, religious, and psychological factors that influence deviance.
(Intelecom, 2005), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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Al Qaeda After 9/11
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(Discovery Channel School, 2006), 29 mins, 29 page(s)
After September 11, Al Qaeda was forced to decentralize their leadership. This DVD explores Al Qaeda’s training and recruitment of new members after September 11 and features U.S. government officials, terrorism experts, and footage from training videos seized in raids on terrorist hideouts. “This unbiased, no...
(Discovery Channel School, 2006), 29 mins, 29 page(s)
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Alaska Teen Rescue
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directed by Amy Bucher, fl. 1993; produced by Amy Bucher, fl. 1993 (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2002), 50 mins
The unbelievable story of one of the most incredible groups in America, who save lives every day in the Alaskan wilderness. Oh, and by the way, they’re all kids. The Dragon Slayers is usually an all-girl group. In 2003, Land Rover donated a truck to the teen rescue squad. The Dragon Slayers travel 1000 miles ju...
directed by Amy Bucher, fl. 1993; produced by Amy Bucher, fl. 1993 (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2002), 50 mins
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Alex James: The Cocaine Diaries
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directed by David Notman-Watt; produced by Guillermo Galdos (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2008), 52 mins
In 2008, former Blur bassist Alex James released an unapologetic account of his hedonistic heyday in which he claimed to have consumed a million pounds worth of coke and champagne. That prompted Colombia's then president, Alvaro Uribe, to invite James to his country to see the damage wrought by cocaine. James agre...
directed by David Notman-Watt; produced by Guillermo Galdos (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2008), 52 mins
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Alfred Blumstein at the Stockholm Criminology Symposium
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produced by National Council for Crime Prevention; performed by Martin Nöjd, Jonas Öberg and Sibel Özer (Privately Published), 4 mins
Alfred Blumstein, winner of the Stockholm Prize in Criminology (2007) discusses about incarcerated people, the tradeoffs, and the people who benefits and harmed by it.
produced by National Council for Crime Prevention; performed by Martin Nöjd, Jonas Öberg and Sibel Özer (Privately Published), 4 mins
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