Language: English 42 min 13 s | 1.05 GiB | 3 587 kb/s | 1920x1080 | AAC @ 159 kb/s | mp4 Genre: Documentary
The world's elite independent watchmakers are incredibly passionate about watch making from design to assembly, delicately bringing together hundreds of minuscule parts all by hand. The price for one such truly artistic timepiece can fetch up to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Language: English 1 h 39 min | 1.96 GiB | 2 822 kb/s | 1280x720 | AC-3 @ 384 kb/s | mkv Genre: Documentary A People Uncounted
tells the story of the Roma, commonly referred to as Gypsies-a people who have been both romanticized and vilified in popular culture. The Roma have endured centuries of intolerance and persecution in Europe, most notably the Holocaust genocide where an estimated 500,000 were murdered. A People Uncounted documents their culturally rich yet often difficult lives, and demonstrates how their present state has been deeply shaped by the tragedies of the past.
As one of Britain's largest youth groups, the cadet forces are responsible for nearly 130,000 children in more than 3,000 clubs across the country. However, not all members have positive memories of their time within the ranks. They are victims of sexual abuse by their cadet instructors, and this abuse could have been stopped but wasn't. This investigation shines a light on a culture of cover-up across the UK which allowed abuse to continue. Reporter Katie Razzall reveals the deeply troubling evidence with serious questions now facing the government organisation in overall charge - the Ministry of Defence..
IMDB info Language: English 47 min 4 s | 705 MiB | 2 095 kb/s | 1280x720 | AAC @ 126 kb/s | mkv Genre: Documentary
Rupert Everett explores the changes in gay life in the 50 years since the decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England and Wales in 1967. He meets LGBT people from all walks of life, including former royal butler Paul Burrell, black gay rapper Jai'Rouge, actors from Hollyoaks, and Southend carpenter Steve, and visits the 'lesbian capital of Britain', Hebden Bridge in Yorkshire. So much has been gained in the long journey towards mainstream acceptance, but has something of the rebellious, outsider spirit of gay culture also been lost? Is Britain finally able to accept the full 50 shades of gay?
Language: English 1 h 40 min | 3.05 GiB | 3 990 kb/s | 1920x1080 | AAC @ 160 kb/s | mp4 Genre: Documentary
In Egypt and Cambodia, archeologists are excavating sites where these civilizations once thrived, to find new answers and give new keys to the downfall. How did these prestigious civilizations decline and finally collapse?
Language: French Subs: English 42 min 1 s | 1.16 GiB | 3 953 kb/s | 1280x720 | AC-3 @ 384 kb/s | MKV Genre: Documentary
t's been over a century since prospectors roamed the Klondike in search of gold. Like Charlie Chaplin and Lucky Luke before her, filmmaker Julie Plourde tracks the modern-day explorers for whom the dream of the gold rush is still alive and well. Réjean Audet is one such person. A tireless prospector, he remains confident and committed-just like the miners of bygone days, who staked everything on the slim hope of striking it rich. His day-to-day adventures bring alive an entire era, to the backdrop of the magnificent Yukon and the vestiges of industry. Combining archival images and the secrets of those who crisscross these coveted lands, Klondike Promises pays tribute to a place of legend with a colourful past.
Language: English 44 min 58 s | 652 MiB | 2 026 kb/s | 1280x720 | AC-3 @ 384 kb/s | MKV Genre: Documentary
For nearly a decade, the small town of Chapleau went without a regular family doctor, leaving the community alienated and isolated. In 2005, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine was established to train doctors from the north for the north. Former nurse Doris Mitchell, from nearby Brunswick House First Nation, entered the school in midlife. She and two other graduates now serve as family doctors in the community from which they came, becoming models for innovative rural health care.