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Albert Camus: The Madness Of Sincerity
This is the story of one of the greatest French authors of the 20th century. A writer who, in a world wary of ideology, finally achieved the position he was due and the respect of those who prefer justice and truth to dogma and extremism. In conjunction with Olivier Todd, the film discusses Camus´ life, his work, his Read More...



America's Secret D-Day Disaster
How did a rehearsal for a D-Day invasion of Utah Beach in Normandy result in the death of a thousand Allied soldiers? 'Exercise Tiger' was the Allies' worst training disaster during World War II - hushed up until 1984. Eyewitness accounts, top-secret documents, film archives and findings from underwater excavations Read More...



Ancient Astronomers Of Timbuktu, The
Guided by astrophysicist Dr. Thebe Medupe, a group of modern scientists engage in the first exploration of the scientific contents of the great manuscript archives of Timbuktu. As the ancient papers are in grave danger of being destroyed by the ravages of time, the team races against the clock to unlock the mysteries of this in Read More...



Asia’s Monarchies
Highly Recommended: Educational Media Reviews Online Asia’s Monarchies are all unique, but there is one thing they all share in common - all are at a fascinating point in their various histories. In this five-part series we journey to the heart of these beautiful lands to understand the relationship between the peopl Read More...



At Frida Kahlo's
"The Blue House" located in Mexico City, is the home where Frida Kahlo was born (1907) and would die (1954). She is surrounded not only by painter Diego Rivera, but also by Leon Trotsky, André Breton, Sergei Eisenstein, Pablo Neruda, Waldo Frank, Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp, Vassily Kandinsky, etc. As M Read More...



Barney’s Barrier Reef Series
Recommended: School Library Journal, Science Books & Films Dive into the incredible world of the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest coral reef ecosystem. This educational series explores the lives of watery critters and their surroundings, from super-sighted shrimp to trash-eating tiger sh Read More...



Beneath The Blindfold: Living A Tortured Life
Recommended: Booklist, Video Librarian, Educational Media Reviews Online With a gentle yet insistent voice, Beneath the Blindfold tells the stories of four torture survivors from around the globe who are now among the more than 500,000 survivors who live in the U.S. It is the first documentary to fully look at the lif Read More...



Cell Biology: Structure, Function, and Processes
They are the basic building blocks of life, but in reality there’s nothing “basic” about cells—the complex, versatile units of matter that make up all life on Earth. In this 4-part series, rich animation brings the intricate inner workings of cells to life, while a congenial host guides viewers through th Read More...



Changed Forever: Grieving the Death of Someone You Love
"The content is compelling and useful for anyone who has suffered a loss." Amy Tucci, President and CEO, Hospice Foundation of AmericaWhen someone we loves dies, our lives are changed forever. The pain and sorrow we feel seems as if it will never end. In this therapeutic, new pro Read More...



Changemakers ASIA: Combating Climate Change
This series takes a look at the projects emerging from Asia to help combat climate change. These Changemakers are people who have been told that Asia is the problem, with its ever-increasing emissions, but know that Asia, with its boundless energy and creativity, can come up with solutions, as well. Scientists and activists acr Read More...



Climate Skeptics: The Climate War
For some years climate skeptics have been questioning the reality of global warming. These movements are financed by large industrial groups who significantly contribute to greenhouse gas emissions and who have set up scientific research teams, think-tanks and lobbying groups to defend their theories. How do a few researchers Read More...



College Orientation: The Other Costs
When students and parents discuss the costs of college or university it’s usually centered around tuition, but there are other costs, more obscure and sinister that should also be discussed. These hidden costs relate to the ethics and health related issues that arise from the pressures to succeed and of keeping Read More...



Come Wild With Us Series
Take a fast-paced adventure to fascinating places in and around South Africa’s national parks. In the fun-packed episodes, you will see places and meet people that you would never even dream existed. The series unravels the mysteries of the natural world and imparts a sense of wonder and respect for Nature in young people Read More...



Comfort & Support Collection
Recommended: Video Librarian, Booklist See individual titles for online previews. Regular List Price:&nbs Read More...



Complete Anti Bullying Kit, The
Highly Recommended: Video LibrarianThe Complete Anti Bullying Kit includes everything you need to combat bullying at your school. Keith Deltano, winner of the Teaching Excellence Award and the National Impact Award, addresses the needs of the students, educ Read More...



Confessions Of An Alien Abductee
A film about one of Britain's strangest phone helplines – Anomalous Mind Management Abductee Contactee Helpline, or AMMACH, the 411 for people who believe they have been victims of alien abduction. The film follows some of the 100 members who use the helpline, including Simon, a town councilor who believes that in add Read More...



Conspiracy Rising
Why do people believe in conspiracy theories? What’s really at the root of society’s skepticism of the “official story”? Set against the global socio-political landscape, Conspiracy Rising uses the latest science and psychology to investigate the causes of conspiracy theories, the types of people w Read More...



Cuban Colonel, The Russian General & The Near Destruction Of The World
The Cuban Missile Crisis played out in the month of October 1962. Never before or since has the world been so close to destruction. Colonel Osvaldo Fernandez was one of the few Cubans who actually knew what was going on at the time. As a young liaison officer, his job was to follow the Soviet troops to the various s Read More...



Dallol Expedition: On The Frontiers Of Life
What do we really know about the origins of life? Located in Ethiopia, in one of the world’s hottest regions, is the volcanic site of Dallol. At 120 meters below sea level, it is one of the most astonishing areas on our planet. The area features toxic springs, fumaroles, geysers and highly acidic concretions. Life is virt Read More...



Digital Safety, Responsibility and Awareness Series
The innovation and evolution of digital technologies has created new ways of teaching, learning, socializing, and communicating. The adoption of new digital technology is so rapid that a uniform and proactive concept of responsible use is often overlooked. With these constant changes, the irresponsible, and often dangerous and m Read More...



Division Street
Recommended: Science Books and Films, Educational Media Reviews Online, Video Librarian, Science Magazine (AAAS) Roads are the largest human artifact on the planet; they have fragmented wild landscapes, endangered species, ushered in the "age of urban sprawl," and challenged our bedrock sense of community. Ameri Read More...



Dugong and Din: A Boy And His Sea Cow
Recommended: Booklist, Video Librarian On a distant island near Borneo, an 8 year-old boy called Din keeps an incredible secret. He has forged a friendship with one of the rarest and shyest creatures in the ocean, a dugong – cousin to the manatee. Dugong & Din is the heart-warming true story of this friendship, o Read More...



End of the Big Cats Series (with Bonus Program)
Can you imagine a life without Lions, Cheetahs and Leopards? Fifty years ago, there were more than half a million lions in Africa. Today there are fewer than 20,000. A world without these majestic predators could soon become a reality. This series gives a new perspective on the problems suffered by the big cats in this changing Read More...



Essential Automotive Tasks
Correlates to ASE and NATEF standards. Each program in this series presents a collection of step-by-step tutorials that show how to perform some of the most common tasks an automotive professional will experience. Led by a veteran, ASE-certified instructor, segments also take time to teach the theory behind the systems bei Read More...



Extreme Science Series
The craziest ideas come to life when engineers and athletes team up to create the breathtaking courses of extreme sport. This high octane and cutting edge series travels the world exploring the science, construction and execution of extreme sports events. An informative and entertaining look at the pioneers, each with t Read More...



Fish Wars
A film by: Frank SmithHighly Recommended: Science Books & Films, Video Librarian The seas of the Asia Pacific stand as one of the last major centers of marine biodiversity in the world. They contain 75% of the world's coral species and over 3,000 marine fish species. It is also one of the biggest sources of seafood for Read More...



Five Keys, The : Opening Doors To The Future Series
For better or worse, science has played a central role in the life and development of human civilization. Now, however, with scientific research and technology developing at an exponential rate the likes of which mankind has never seen before, new issues have been raised. This 5-part documentary series takes an in-depth look at Read More...



Focus On Africa Series
All around the African continent a new conscience of independence and pride is growing with determination. This new Africa, aware of today’s difficulties and the problems of the past, faces up to the inherent oppositions to its development with the courage and assurance of a population resolutely focused on the future.Tit Read More...



Focus On Korea Series
This ongoing collection of independent documentaries provides a better understanding and insight into the Korea of today through an examination of the pressing societal issues of the day. Titles include: Crossing Three Borders: Risking your Life in the Diplomatic Game Guided by Pastor Peter Jung, a South Korean activist, nin Read More...



Fonko Series: Contemporary Africa Through Its Urban Music
...From the award-winning makers of "The Black Power Mixtape" (1967-1975) and "Concerning Violence”. Narrated by Neneh Cherry and Fela Kuti. This documentary series introduces some of the most outspoken and creative African artists of today, who take viewers on a ride into the depth of a continent in deep s Read More...



Forever Young: The Quest For Immortality
A film by multiple Gemini Award winner Geoff D'Eon Death is the ultimate insult to the scientific mind. While science, technology, and medicine have advanced in leaps and bounds during the past century, humans have still not cracked the most elemental challenge of all: how to overcome our mortality and live for hundr Read More...



Get Along Monsters: A Social-Emotional Learning Series
The Get-Along Monsters assist young children to learn strategies that will help them solve problems in safe and appropriate ways. Viewers learn important skills necessary for successful social interaction and emotional management. Each segment combines humorous, animated segments and age-appropriate, live-action scenarios Read More...



Going Global Series: An Export Business Primer
Highly Recommended: Educational Media Reviews Online With more than 70 percent of the world’s purchasing power located outside of the United States, the appeal of going global is easy to understand. In addition to increased sales and profits, diversifying markets helps mitigate risk. But the prospect of establishing Read More...



Green Tree Ants: Friend Or Foe?
All over the tropics, local armies of 500,000 soldiers are on standby. They wage a control war on invasive insect species. From the treetops, they use chemical communication, skillfully engaging their opponents in battle, inflicting injury and injecting powerful poisons to conquer. They are the green tree ants. In their super-si Read More...



Heritage of Chinese Culture and Dance Series, The
Recommended: Video Librarian A film by Dr. Ming Chen, Professor of Theater, Kennesaw State University This series provides a rare glimpse into Chinese culture through the introduction of seven representative dance forms. It traces the historical and geographical roots of the dance traditio Read More...



HIV / AIDS: It's Still A Big Deal
Recent news stories about a functional cure for HIV / AIDS, possible vaccinations and an AIDS-free future within our reach have made headlines all over the world. The hopeful message directed to persons with HIV / AIDS is that the disease is no longer a death sentence and you can live a relatively normal life. Howe Read More...



House of Sharing: Conversations with Korean Comfort Women
During the Second World War, the Japanese Imperial Army abducted almost 200,000 young Korean women to torture and use as sex slaves. The few women who had the chance to return home, passed the end of their lives as pariahs of society. Eight of them, now in their eighties, keep on fighting for justice, even though their Read More...



How To Become President Of The United States
Recommended: Booklist As citizens of the United States, it’s important to understand how we elect our presidents. This program guides students through the entire process including what the qualifications are to become president. Through use of live-action high definition footage and computer animation a Read More...



I, Psychopath
Meet Sam Vaknin, author of the book Malignant Self Love. Sam knows he’s a supreme narcissist...but is he, as he suspects, also a psychopath? To find out, he becomes the world’s first civilian volunteer to be thoroughly tested for psychopathy, undergoing what’s known as The Psychopathy Checklist as well as Read More...



Impossible Lens, The
"Every Photographer needs to watch this video."The extraordinary life story of world-renowned wildlife cinematographer and inventor Dr Jim Frazier. His optical genius paved the way for much of the world's cutting-edge optical technology including 3D. His over 40 national and international awards include Read More...



Inside The Founders Series: Studies In Business Leadership
Inside the Founders: Studies in Business Leadership presents a dozen case studies of highly successful enterprises. In each of the 7-12 minute case studies, the company founders will share their stories, philosophies, advice and inspiration, covering topics such as business planning, marketing, people management, sales, an Read More...



JFK's Women: A Danger To National Security?
John F. Kennedy – the President who risked his political career in return for sex. Using recently released FBI files and eyewitness accounts, this documentary reveals JFK's long string of affairs and lovers in the context of events at the time. The historical significance of his dalliances is heightened by the fact th Read More...



Killer Algae
Algae can contaminate vast areas in the sea with highly neurotoxic substances, killing thousands of fish and other marine life. Meanwhile, humans can also become dangerously ill as a result of eating the poisonous seafood. From California’s ‘red tide’, where tons of dead fish are washed ashore every year, to St Read More...



Kingdom For The Dzanga Gorillas, A
Recommended: Booklist Awards: International Wildlife Film Festival, France - Award for the Knowledge and Relations between Man and Animal; Wildlife Asia Festival, Singapore - Best Conservation; News & Documentary Emmy Awards - Writing Deep in the equatorial heart of the remote Congo Basin lives a tiny co Read More...



Korea: Stories From A Still Divided Country (Includes 2016 new releases.)
Produced in association with Korea Creative Content Agency, The Foundation Broadcast for Culture, RTBF, Chosun TV, NHKKorea, orphan of the Cold War, remains a divided country. The North, still supported by Beijing, is run as a communist regime with Stalinist overtones. The South, heavily supported by Washington, is ruled as a We Read More...



Let's Talk About... Series
Telly Awards- Silver WinnerThis series, designed for upper elementary-aged children, presents information on legal and illegal drugs in an easy to understand way. It delves into the impact of the use and abuse of these substances on the human body, individuals, and society.Titles include: Alcohol Viewers will learn about the use Read More...



Lost Army, The: Condemned To Hide In Order To Exist
A film by LEE Li-Saho As the Pacific War ends with the capitulation of Japan in 1945, large territories occupied until then by the Japanese Imperial forces are liberated, among them Korea, Formosa (now Taiwan) and large parts of Southern China. The latter will see the emergence of a violent civil war between the Nationalists a Read More...



Malaria, The Serial Killer
Today, malaria kills twice as many people as AIDS, with some four million deaths per year. Two billion live in regions with malaria, 700 million of them infected. This documentary shows the disease’s current status, with specialists from around the world describing their research and experiences fighting against this Read More...



Martin Buber: Itinerary Of A Humanist
After Freud and Einstein, Martin Buber (1878-1965) was one of the best-known Jews of the 20th century. The emergence of Zionism, Nazism and the creation of the state of Israel were all major influences on the philosopher. He wrote extensively on the question of respect among Arabs and Jews, at the same time warning of Read More...



Moonbug: A Photographic History
Bitten by the 'Moonbug', photographer Steve Pyke set out on a journey across America in his search to meet and photograph the Apollo space pioneers. A journey in which he was to meet the adventurers, risk takers and dreamers who were behind one of the most historic endeavors of our time. From living rooms and moonscape d Read More...



Muhammad: Five Centuries Of History Series
The genesis of Islam, the life of the Prophet, the holy book of the Quran, the Sunna, the Hadiths, the emergence of Muslim law and exegesis are all examined in Muhammad; as well as Arabs, their language and civilization. This series is broken down into five episodes to highlight the various stages of implementation of the third Read More...



My Blog Life Skills Series
A diverse group of middle schoolers discuss how to navigate life in a contemporary blog format. Titles include: 5 Ways to Deal with Anxiety Anxiety is just part of being a teen. In this program students will learn 5 coping skills that will help them to manage their feelings of anxiety. When Claire has to make a presentation i Read More...



My Transgender Life: I Am Who I Am
Recommended: Video Librarian A moving documentary on what its like to be transgender, to grow up in the wrong gender and eventually transition to a different sex. A documentary designed to record, share and celebrate the personal stories of transgender women and men and their stories of struggle, of courage and of triumph. Read More...



Ocean Vet Series
Narrated by Hollywood legend Michael Douglas, Ocean Vet follows the exploits of renowned veterinarian Dr. Neil Burnie and his Ocean Vet team. Together they set out to save, protect, and learn more about Bermuda’s critically important marine life and ecosystem. Witness Dr. Burnie and his team of scientists working wi Read More...



Of Hearts And Minds
The heart is the most symbolic organ of the human body. Draw a heart, and immediately you evoke feelings of love, appreciation, and friendship. Across the millennia, it has been seen as the source of emotions, the centre of our being. But by the seventeenth century, scientific understanding overturned historical ideas, and the Read More...



Oh My GOD!: Religions of the World Series
Recommended: Video Librarian This series takes an inviting and insightful look at the spiritual teachings, customs and daily lives of families of different faiths. Experiencing a vast array of traditions and social activities, it explores faith through the eyes of youth, their families and Read More...



Once Were Enemies
US Tank Commander Lee Smith and Platoon Leader Bill Cumbaa return to the island of Peleliu 60 years after their WW II battle to meet former enemies Tsuchida Kiyokazu and Shinji Karasumaru. Now in their 80s, they relive this tragic time sharing secrets and personal stories. We feel their painful past and learn how time has chang Read More...



One Way Astronaut: Dying 33 Million Miles From Home
Stephan, Sara, Henri and Beatriz are four people who, like tens of thousands of applicants from all over the world, answered a promotion for people who’d like to visit Mars. There’s only one catch: this mission is one-way only. The Mars One initiative plans to take four astronauts on a mission to Mars within 10 yea Read More...



Operation Deep Sea: Shedding Light In The Oceans' Darkness
The oceans encompass more than 90% of our planet’s habitat, yet we know less about these blue depths than about the moon. When every deep sea research dive reveals a new species, you have to wonder what remains to be discovered. By presenting exciting new projects worldwide, this documentary reveals the latest devel Read More...



Paul Gauguin: Paradise Beyond The Horizon
The island of Hiva Oa in the Marquesas is the final destination of the great traveler, Paul Gauguin. After Paris, Peru, Denmark, Brittany, Panama, Matinique and Tahiti, it was on this wild and remote island on the other side of the world that the painter set down his easel in 1901. What was he seeking on this Southern Pacific i Read More...



Picture Books On DVD Series- Volume 3 (New Releases)
Recommended: School Library Journal, Booklist, Publishers Weekly, Video Librarian Modern picture books, now on DVD, help capture young children's imagination and encourage a love of reading. Viewers will learn about the world around them with stories that explore other cultures, explain the past, examine different enviro Read More...



Play It Out Series
Columbus International Film and Video Festival- Honorable Mention, Health and Science Communications Association- Bronze Award The Play it Out series explores the rapidly changing issues confronting teenagers through improvisational skits that allow teens to speak directly to teens. By using improvisational skills to Play it Ou Read More...



Pocahontas and the Survival of Jamestown
At the beginning of the 17th century, Spain’s empire included vast expanses of the Americas. James I of England knew he must act quickly if he wants to establish his own colonies. The attempt to establish the Roanoke Colony 30 years earlier was a complete failure. Could Jamestown, founded by a small group of men 3,50 Read More...



Portrait Of Postwar Japan Series: An Economic Powerhouse
Since its defeat in WWII, Japan leapt forward to become a world economic power at lightning speed, and underwent an unprecedented economic boom in the mid-1980's, known as the "bubble economy." However, after the bursting of this bubble, the Japanese financial system has continued to slowdown. This series sheds lig Read More...



Prime Radicals
Each production of the Prime Radicals is based upon the Principles and Standards for School Mathematics provided by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. The multi award-winning series takes the mystery out of math and puts the fun back into learning. Each episode takes viewers to Uncle Norm’s workshop, usually Read More...



Reel China Collection (Includes 2017 new releases.)
Today, communist ideals are thrown over board, one by one. They are replaced with a strange mixture of ultra-liberal recipes and Chinese solidarity, the ideology of which is yet to be written. This is the backdrop for an outstanding collection of compelling documentaries by Chinese filmmakers that tell us about the joys and sorr Read More...



Reel China Collection (New Releases, New Social Issues)
Today, communist ideals are thrown over board, one by one. They are replaced with a strange mixture of ultra-liberal recipes and Chinese solidarity, the ideology of which is yet to be written. This is the backdrop for an outstanding collection of compelling documentaries by Chinese filmmakers that tell us about the joys Read More...



Residential Energy Efficiency Projects Series
With rising fuel costs and a conscious focus on sustainable living, more people are turning to green building practices to transform their homes into energy-efficient, eco-friendly dwellings. Covering both new home builds and retrofits, this 5-part series provides viewers with the how-tos for a variety of projects aimed at incre Read More...



Return of The Buffalo: Restoring The Great American Prairie
The vast area of the American prairie tells the story of a 150 year experiment: the settlement of the American plains. The radical plan of a scientist couple from New York is to make the Great Plains public property, a common area, and reverse it to its original condition. Project Buffalo Commons is the attempt to t Read More...



Return Of The Wolf: Fears, Legends and Reality
An iconic, mythical animal, the wolf is nevertheless a wild animal and a fearsome predator. This is what Italian and French breeders have realized when it reappeared in the Alps at the beginning of the nineties. The majority of the breeders organized to protect their herds, some in a legal way by creating associations, others i Read More...



Revolutions Series (Includes 2016 new release.)
Highly Recommended: Educational Media Reviews OnlineIt is important to uncover the sometimes hidden reasons that have motivated people behind revolutions. It is vital to bring light to the non-confessed causes, those that usually stay behind the scenes, from those who pursue the revolution and from those who are against it. By m Read More...



Rocks Of Ages Series
Rocks are the memory of our planet. Their constant reforming cycle captures moments in time, so if you want to know about evolution, extinction, or creation, look in the rocks. This series is an epic journey through space and time, from lava-spewing volcanoes, over petrified waves, to chiselled marble palaces and granite colossi Read More...



Santa Muerte
The protective saint of drug traffickers, petty thieves, street vendors and prisoners, as well as the guardian angel of taxi-drivers and mothers, Santa Muerte (Holy Death) is the central folk saint in a cult that has become increasingly important within Mexican society and among Hispanic immigrants to the USA. Having undergon Read More...



School Violence: You Can Help Prevent It
Recommended: Booklist, Video Librarian Violence is anything that hurts a person physically or emotionally. School violence refers to any act of violence that occurs within a school community. Both “threats of violence” and physical “acts of violence” create an unsettling and unsafe envir Read More...



Secret Creatures of Jao: Survival On The Okavango Delta
Deep in the heart of the Okavango Delta in Botswana, a collection of secretive and mysterious creatures are imprisoned on the paradise island of Jao. Follow the lives of these rare and captivating characters and the perils they face as the seasons change, new challenges are presented and their fight for survival grows. A true de Read More...



See No Evil
Hot Docs: Nominated Big Screen Award; DOK.fest, Munich: Best International Documentary; Message to Man, St. Petersburg: Special Jury Award See No Evil portrays the daily life of three famous elderly apes who spend their days in retirement, Cheeta of Tarzan fame, Kanzi, star pupil of ape linguistic studies, and a NASA space chi Read More...



Sites For Your Eyes
Highly Recommended: Video Librarian This series casts an original eye over fourteen destinations chosen for their beauty, their authenticity and their richness. Each program reveals unique, and sometimes inaccessible, landscapes in order to bring you up close to the people that live the Read More...



Speeches That Changed The World
Words and delivery can combine to galvanize an audience, creating ‘I remember where I was when...’ moments. JFK at the Brandenburg Gate or Martin Luther King at the Lincoln Memorial provide unforgettable examples that still stir today. This collection of classic speech excerpts contains not only inspiring orati Read More...



Struggle For Oil, The
The demand for energy is rising. For the oil industry, the demand justifies the development of new technologies and the expense of finding new depots. This program uncovers this fascinating crossroads of business and science, as they strive to keep the oil industry burning. Ambitiously technical and financially rewa Read More...



Studies In Scaling Startups Series- Driving and Managing Growth
You started a new company. It went through several iterations but the business model is working. Now it's time to delegate some of those hats and start growing the company. But rapid growth has its own challenges. In Scaling Startups, entrepreneurs that grew their business(es) into multi-million to billion dollar industry l Read More...



Supercells: From Stem Cells To Artificial Organ
Accompany Yulia Tuulik, a model and former dancer with the Bolshoi ballet, on a journey to engineer and implant a stem cell made trachea to save her life. This documentary follows the unfolding of this groundbreaking procedure, and peers behind the scenes of a controversial medical field: stem cells. They can replace unhealthy Read More...



Surviving The Teenage Brain
What if teenagers are doing exactly as nature intended by being selfish, reckless, irrational, irritable and impossible? This documentary looks at this critical developmental stage of the brain from a scientific and evolutionary point of view. Today’s cutting edge scientific research challenges conventional thinkin Read More...



Talk It Out: Eating Disorders Series
Through a combination of expert advice and peer testimonials, students will learn about the various eating disorders, how they are caused, available treatments and how you can help a friend with an eating disorder. Titles include: What Is An Eating Disorder? This program explains what an eating disorder is and what the main Read More...



Talk It Out: Teens, Substance Abuse and Addiction Series
Telly Awards- Silver Winner Through vintage footage, animation, graphics, and scientific demonstrations, this series explores the various types of substance abuse and addiction and their impact on individuals, families, and society as a whole. Titles include: Effects of Weed on Your Body and Brain Telly Awards- Bronze W Read More...



Teens In Treatment Series
This series takes an in-depth look at teen addiction. Through a personal connection with teens in recovery, students get an honest look at the causes and consequences of substance abuse, as well as the steps to recovery. Teen mental health and drug abuse experts, and clinical addiction psychologists lend their expertise. T Read More...



Them And Us: Prejudice & Self-Understanding
Nice, reasonable people like us are “we,” and strangers with weird beliefs are “they.” This is how many of us see the world. But every “us” is somebody else’s “them.” Those who hold hidden assumptions or stereotypes consider them a recognition of real Read More...



Titanic: The Band That Played On
Taking a fresh look at the Titanic disaster, the film uncovers new details about the heroic band of musicians and the role they played in the tragedy. Included are interviews with renowned experts and descendants of the band’s musicians to delve further into the story that has lasted well beyond their lifetime. A night to Read More...



Town Teams: Bigger Than Baseball
Recommended: Booklist Long before multi-million dollar contracts, player endorsements and corporate sponsored stadiums, baseball was played for the sheer love of the game. This is the story of Kansas baseball but it could be any fledgling prairie state where baseball was played along dusty roads for the local crowd. Town Read More...



Ukraine: The Birth Of A Nation Series
This balanced and highly informative four-part documentary series provides an unprecedented look at the cultural and political history of Ukraine. Interviews with historians combined with unique archival footage paints a raw and immediate portrait of a nation dramatically fighting for and maintaining its independence.DVD's i Read More...



Understanding Sexual Consent: Play It Out
Columbus International Film and Video Festival- Honorable Mention, Health and Science Communications Association- Bronze Award Exploring the physical, emotional and legal consequences of sexual consent. Many times people feel confused when it comes to sex and intimacy. Sometimes it’s difficult to know if the person Read More...



Veteran's Guide To Starting And Growing A Business, The
Aspiring and current veteran entrepreneurs have a valuable resource in a new, comprehensive 10-part video series which highlights essential best practices for veterans to start and grow a small business. The instructional series, which features many accomplished veteran entrepreneurs, focuses on how military veterans can leve Read More...



Wild Animal Orphans Series
About 8 miles north of Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, is Marlice van Vuuren’s wildlife rehabilitation sanctuary. In partnership with the Shiloh Jolie-Pitt Foundation, founded by Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, this fabulous reserve and sanctuary is where Marlice and her extraordinary family care for orphaned wild animals, Read More...