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Rise of The Superstar Vloggers

Video sharing online has revolutionised how we connect with one another forever. Now anyone can share anything and everything with anyone and it has given birth to a new breed of celebrity. By simply turning the camera on themselves, bloggers or rather video bloggers have billions of people watching them online, they are sticking two fingers up to the old media establishment, they sell out stadium

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The Forgotten Irish

The Forgotten Irish is touching film which sets out to tell the story of those who immigrated to Birmingham, England from Ireland back in the 50's and 60's in search of work. Back then an estimated 60,000 Irish made the journey annually, all of whom were drawn in by the building boom and for the opportunity of work many of these people sacrificed their sense of belonging. Through a series of in

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Paul Sykes: At Large

Paul Sykes was a heavyweight boxer and weightlifter from Wakefield in England, he had ten professional fights but his entire adult life was marred by alcohol abuse and both petty and violent crimes. All ten of his fights came during a period of rehabilitation and relative sobriety between 1978 to 1980, in his sixth fight he knocked American David Wilson out cold and continued to punch him. The Ame

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My Russian Side

My Russian Side

My Russian Side is a touching film which follows the story of Alex Gilbert, a 24 year old living in New Zealand who in 2013 with the help of social media managed to track down and meet up with his biological parents who were located in Russia. He himself was born in Russia but lived in an orphanage until he was 2 years old, this was when his adopted parents came along and brought him to New Zea

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A Smarter Gun?

America is a country which was founded on gun culture, the right to own one was written into their constitution. The American people as a whole possess an estimated 260 to 300 million guns, it is safe to say that firearms are not going anyway anytime soon and it would appear that any political attempts at gun control are dead in the water. With this gun culture comes many social issues, an epid

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Gatekeeper

Gatekeeper

In 2015, there were 24,025 documented suicides in Japan, that equates to almost 70 people killing themselves each and every day. The Tojinbo Cliffs are a national park located in Fukui Prefecture, here it turns out is one of the most popular spots for suicide in Japan. The cliffs themselves are known to provide a quick death as some reach a height of 23 meters whilst the water below is about 20 me

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WikiSecrets: Julian Assange, Bradley Manning, and WikiLeaks

Bradley Manning was responsible for leaking more than half a million classified documents via the webisite WikiLeaks back in 2010. Manning was an Army intelligence analyst and in this film which was originally aired in 2011 FRONTLINE correspondent Martin Smith manages to gain exclusive access to those who were closest to to him in order to tell his story and why he decided to leak the documents he

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Tapping The Wire

The Wire is an American crime drama tv series which is based in Baltimore, Maryland. Produced by HBO the first episode aired June 2, 2002 and ended in 2008, in its entirety it 60 episodes long all of which are spread out over 5 seasons. The series is highly praised for its literary themes, its unique accuracy with regards to exploring society and politics and its realistic portrayal of urban li

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The Weight Cut

Driven by the huge success of fight promoters such as the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), mixed martial arts has become one of the fastest growing sports in the world, not to mention one of the most lucrative having seen the UFC itself being recently sold for $4 billion dollars. Before fighters step into the cage they must make weight for their particular weight class. Here is a list of w

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