No longer confined to your computer or your phone, the Internet is now in garbage cans, refrigerators, and the infrastructure of our cities. The future will either be a surveillance nightmare or an eco-utopia, the outcome determined by startups in Silicon Valley and Shenzhen.
Martha: A Picture Story
Martha Cooper is an unexpected icon of the street art movement – a tiny, grey-haired figure running alongside crews of masked graffiti artists.
In the 1970’s, as the boroughs of New York City burned, she worked as a photographer for the New York Post, seeking images of creativity and play where others saw crime and poverty. As a result, she captured some of the first images of New York graffiti, at a time when...
Ten Dollar Death Trip: Inside The Fentanyl Crisis
With the world fighting a deadly pandemic, another heartbreaking public health crisis is raging in North America. A new synthetic drug is killing more than gun crime, homicide and car accidents combined.
100 times stronger than heroin, the deadly opioid fentanyl is cheap, potent and small enough to send in the post. These market forces have seen it replacing the heroin supply, spreading unprecedented death, destruction...
The Dark Web (series)
There’s a dark side to the internet, and you probably don’t even know it exists. Look behind the positive veneer of social media, communication apps and platforms that have made our lives easier and more connected, and you’ll find criminals using the same apps and platforms to run illicit and dangerous activities.
Sextortion syndicates target victims globally through social media. Illegal wildlife trades thrive...
Drag Kids is an intimate journey into the lives of four child drag queens from around the world. As they prepare for the big show, each faces their own unique challenges, as well as some they have in common - feelings of isolation and the struggle to claim a place of your own on the fringes of a fringe culture.
With exclusive access, The Rise of Jordan Peterson gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the firestorm sparked by professor, provocateur and best selling Author exploring the tension between free speech and hate speech, and the points-of-view of those on both sides of this heightened debate.
Saudi Arabia is known for its wealth, strict faith and oppression, but while Prince MBS has decreed that it wants to reform, the world is startled by human rights violations. We follow the developments from the inside. Are they just empty promises or is Saudi Arabia actually able to change?
In this feature length film, acclaimed director Werner Herzog travels the globe on a journey to understand his friend - adventurer and legendary writer Bruce Chatwin.
What does it take to reach 100 Million Views? With dark humour and caustic wit, Itamar Rose uncovers the truth about a platform that promised transparency and democracy, but hides an exploitative, censored and unaccountable underbelly.
Guantánamo Bay, and then what? After 13 years, Muhammad is released from the notorious detention camp, where he was starved, tortured and humiliated. He gets the chance to start a new life in Uruguay, where he'll get a home and welfare money. He has two years, then he'll be on his own.
We trace the roots of western governments love affair with torture. Psychiatrist Ewen Cameron experimented on his patients, funded by the Canadian government and the CIA , from the IRA to Guantanamo this work is the basis for modern psychological torture used in 27 countries.
Hua Ze was an ordinary Chinese citizen for whom a discovery of corruption led her into a hidden world of dissidents, citizen journalism, police harassment and kidnappings. As she begins her own reporting, pressure from the government is swift, and her world is turned upside down.