In 2015 when producer Todd Hervey learned that the Science Museum of Virginia would be moving and installing a SR-71 Blackbird into their new gallery, he saw an opportunity. The opportunity was to document the move and tell […]
Zebrafish: Practically People, Transforming How We Study Disease is a new film that provides an overview of the benefits of Zebrafish as a biomedical research model, in an easy-to-understand, visually-stunning documentary.
Fred Ise recounts how a group of patriotic youth raise a flag in the early morning of August 28, 1941 as the Russian army retreats and the German army advances into Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Five hours […]
“I got into sports because that was a way to prove your masculinity. I was good at it.” – Caitlyn Jenner. Andy Paul is an athletics coach at Birchfield Harriers in Birmingham. I talked to him about what […]
Between 1980 and the year 2000 Peru lived through the most extreme period of violence in its history. As a result nearly 69 000 Peruvians went missing or were killed. The region of Ayacucho was the most affected. […]
For centuries, Hope Cove in England has been home to a thriving fishing community. But over the years, one by one, the fishermen have left. Follow the lives of the last fisherman David Morgan and his wife Sue, […]
On December 12, 1866, 361 men and boys were killed in an explosion at the Oaks Colliery in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, UK. Despite being the world’s worst industrial loss of life in the 19th century, it remained relatively […]
Born A Believer is a documentary that shows how the charity ‘Carney’s Community’ helps ex-offenders and disaffected youths turn their lives around, breaking the cycle of gang life and how they no longer choose to fight outside the […]