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"It was like the fates were telling us we have to be together for 50 years."
A film about war, friendship, and the American New Wave.
"A camera was considered a weapon by the Russians. They shot you on the spot."
"As long as we are out of our country and can't go back, let's just go to Hollywood."
Vardan Hovhannisyan tries to come to terms with the Karabakh War between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Explore the largely untold story of industrialized hard rock mining in Butte, Montana.
When the mines closed, a poisonous silence settled over Butte.
The Granite Mountain mine fire killed 168 miners, sparking a strike.
"Every night I prayed that I’d get killed instead of gettin' crippled."
Filmmaker Pamela Roberts offers a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Butte, America.
Discover one Bulgarian town's identity crisis involving war, nuclear power, and giant mosquitoes.
When the ANC won power in South Africa, they had to govern alongside their oppressors.
It's not every 77-year-old American Jewish woman who becomes president of a South American nation.
Meet Jewish anthropologist Melville Herskovits, who exploded myths about African Americans.
"Professor Herskovits seemed to think sometimes that he owned Africa."
"Herskovits learns that the place to look for behavior is in cultural practice, not biology."
"The idea of race as this organizing way of thinking about people is still extremely pervasive."
Families of those killed under dictator Spanish General Francisco Franco search for answers.
Donald Crowhurst entered the very first solo around-the-world boat race. He was quickly over his head.
The role of Cuban revolutionaries in the people's struggles in Africa.
A rugby team's plane crashes, leaving them stranded and desperate for 72 days.
Follow members of the Zionist elite from birth to the crisis that weakened the kibbutz movement.
Hannah Senesh was the World War II-era poet and diarist who became a and modern-day Joan of Arc.
Harvard Professor Vincent Brown discusses the irony that a white man came to define black culture.
Is imitation sincerely flattery, or could it be an insidious form of mockery?
Reenacting an historically controversial event can challenge the documentary standard of objectivity.
A young black entrepreneur in 1920 Paris brought African American jazz musicians to Montmartre.
An exceptional young man chooses to learn his native language and plans one day to lead his tribe.
Watch the story of the real mad men – and women – who changed the way we feel, see, and buy.
Bill Bernbach brought art and copy together in the agency.
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