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Demonstration: How You Do A Tour

Vice's music channel Noisey teamed up with UK rapper Tinie Tempah in order to bring you a unique documentary that goes behind the scenes of Tinie Tempah's life on the road whilst touring his album. The tour was planned in late 2013 and set about visiting cities such as Manchester, Glasgow, Liverpool, London, to name only a few, it also included support from Krept and Konan with special guests DJ Fresh, Wiz Kid and Meridian...

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Buenaventura: Dismemberment and Displacement

The city of Buenaventura lies along the Pacific coast of Columbia, it is home to the most important port in the country which handles about 60% of the countries imports and exports, despite this for decades Buenaventura has been one of the most impoverished cities especially the coastal region where the population settled decades ago building stilt elevated slums above the water. While the rest of the country has become much safer and the economy along with tourism has boomed Buenaventura has become the most violent city in all of Columbia with a 42% increase in homicide in the past two...

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Lamborghini Aventador

The raging bull of Lamborghini has been the symbol of extreme car design and engineering for nearly 50 years, but today as a new age of supercar dawns the Italian manufacturer has set itself one of the most ambitious goals yet, to blow it's competitors out of the water by creating the greatest super sports car the world has ever seen. This is a game changing vehicle that will alter the scope of supercar design for good, but this is no simple reworking of Lamborghini's old flagship models, it's engineers are tasked with completing the job from a completely clean slate and at it's mega factory...

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The Unknown Known

The Unknown Known is a film about former United States Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld that was released in 2013 and chronicles his political career, starting off with his early days when he was a congressman and working right up to the planning that took place in regards to the invasion of Iraq and details how the results of such effected his career. The documentary is presented as more of a one on one interview with archived footage used to relay topics discussed...

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A Bad Trip to Edgewood

90 miles north of Washington D.C. stands Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland. From World War I to the present day it has been the centre of the US Army's research into chemical warfare. Within it's laboratories bazaar experiments took place, by giving a cat LSD Edgewood scientists were able to turn nature and normality upside down. Animals were always tested before humans the reasoning for such tests were that army scientists wanted to research and understand about the dose levels for nerve agents and chemical compounds i.e. what would simply incapacitate and what would be considered lethal on the...

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Wolf Pack

This is the story of the rise to power of the largest wolf pack ever known, going from strength to strength they are now at a turning point in their lives. The balance of power is shifting within the pack, the leaders face a takeover challenge from within their own family. Winter in Yellowstone is six months of temperatures below freezing it can look beautiful but the conditions are fierce and this is a time when most animals struggle to survive, but it is also a time when one animal truly comes into it's own, this is the time of the wolf and this BBC film follows the lives of such wolfs as...

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What Makes Art Valuable?

What would you buy if you happened to have 100 million dollars? perhaps a mansion, a fleet of private jets, your own personal submarine or would you put it all into a single piece of artwork? Some of the richest people in the world have done just that. But the question remains, what makes art so valuable? Enticing the superrich to splash out such crazy amounts of money. Is it love for the work, rivalry or simply just down to big business? In this BBC film, journalist Alastair Sooke wants to find out more about this infamously secret art world and the multi millionaires who populate it. He...

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The Architect

Vice News meets up with James Mitchell who was found to be the head of a program the United States set up in order to extract intelligence from captured "terrorists" via controversial forms of interrogation, i.e. waterboarding. According to news reports Mitchell personally waterboarded the so-called 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, this is his first ever public interview. Mitchell has in fact signed a non-disclosure agreement with the CIA and therefore cannot speak on his apparent role in the CIA's enhanced interrogation program but he does speak on a report the Senate...

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Back from the Brink: Heroin’s Antidote

The United States has seen a spike in Opioid abuse over the last decade, in 2010 an average of 100 people died a day due to an overdose. Drug overdoses now kill more people each year than gun shot wounds or car crashes but finding a solution has been hard because of the stigma surrounding drug users and lack of support for programs that are based on reducing the harmful effects of drug use rather than those requiring abstinence. New England in particular has been hit hard by this rise in fatal overdoses and in Massachusetts deaths by heroin and other such opiates has rising by more than...

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