Journalist Amy Goodman hosts this independent news program which features international journalists, grassroots leaders, independent analysts, as well as ordinary people directly affected by world events and U.S. policy.
A 30 years odyssey: the world's most intriguing artists and thinkers from the fields of visual art, music, filmmaking, acting, literature, philosophy, politics, business and science, are asked the same question: "Why are you creative?"
A documentary celebrating the work of Walerian Borowczyk, a director of unparalleled sensitivity, revered in the 1970s, who was later labeled as a maker of erotic movies. Love Express ... See full summary »
The creators of Debtocracy, analyze the shifting of state assets to private hands. They travel round the world gathering data on privatization and search for clues on the day after Greece's massive privatization program.
A creative documentary about becoming a parent... and how to reconceive yourself. Fiction director Josh Appignanesi turns the camera on himself and his wife as they undergo the ordeal of ... See full summary »
I love this show. Tavis Smiley's PBS show is good enough to be on network television. Tavis books the best guests and asks good questions. The people at BET are idiots for letting this man go. My only complaint about this show is that it is only 30 minutes when it should be a full hour. Tavis Smiley always represents! If you haven't seen this show, or never watch PBS, I suggest you start. Tavis Smiley has had guests ranging from Tom Cruise, John Edwards, Maya Angelou, Bruce Willis, Borack Obama, and others. Politicians, actors, writers, artists... Tavis has them all. I really cannot stress how good this show. Tavis's show takes place in Los Angeles and represents with Los Angeles is all about(at least the part where I am from). Keep doing your thing Tavis!
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