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Ancient Aliens – The Power of Three

Reverence for the number three dates back thousands of years, and can still be found today in art, architecture, science, literature, and religion. What is it about this number that continues to fascinate mankind? Could this recurring motif contain a profound message? The ancient Egyptians believed the design of the three pyramids of Giza came . . . → Read More: Ancient Aliens – The Power of Three

History of the World in Two Hours

Did you know that 1% of the white noise you see on your television is actually background radiation from the Big Bang? From the formation of the earth and the emergence of life, to the advance of man and the growth of civilization, the CGI-driven special HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN TWO HOURS offers viewers . . . → Read More: History of the World in Two Hours

Poor Us: An Animated History

If we want to make poverty history, we need to understand the history of poverty. A funny and sinister animated odyssey through time. The poor may always have been with us, but attitudes towards them have changed. Beginning in the Neolithic Age, Ben Lewis’s film takes us through the changing world of poverty.

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They Chose China

Oscar nominated filmmaker Shuibo Wang aims his camera at the astonishing story of 21 American POWs who, after the Korean War ended, chose to live in China instead of returning the USA. Using rare archival footage, excerpts from American and Chinese TV programs, as well as period and contemporary interviews, They Chose China chronicles the . . . → Read More: They Chose China

Internet Rising

This all pervasive contradictory tool is both devil and savior, endlessly discussed, vilified, revered, used, abused—it is all things and nothing. You could pretty much say anything about it and it would probably hold true, such is its strange power and slippery character. We’ve become ever-so-slightly reliant on it, while also projecting our own metaphors . . . → Read More: Internet Rising

The Forbidden City

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Journey into the Forbidden City of China with this magnificent documentary from Smithsonian Networks. Known as the Imperial Palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties, the Forbidden City in Beijing is the largest palace complex in the world. Explore the history and the magnificent structures of this fascinating place — also called the Palace Museum . . . → Read More: The Forbidden City

UFOs The Secret History 2 – ET Hypothesis

This ground breaking series of bonus interviews comes from the DVD release of the film UFOs The Secret History and presents an examination of the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis — the notion that some UFO reports are probably explained by extraterrestrial visitation and why visitation might not include contact or how an advanced culture might strategize contact . . . → Read More: UFOs The Secret History 2 – ET Hypothesis

UFOs the Secret History

“Scrupulously accurate, intelligently conceived, UFOs: The Secret History is the thinking viewer’s guide to the puzzles and paradoxes of an extraordinary phenomenon that continues to haunt our times and trouble our dreams. It is also gorgeously filmed – a feast to eye and mind, a thrilling experience on every level.” – Jerome Clark, author of . . . → Read More: UFOs the Secret History