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Amy

Amy

A close and personal depiction of the life and death of the late British musician Amy Winehouse, directed by Asif Kapadia. Using archival footage and home videos we get a real sense for who Amy Winehouse was and what she was about, how her career began to blossom and the road which ultimately led to her death at just 27 years old. The film itself starts off with a 1998 home of a fourteen year o

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Richard Kuklinski: The Iceman

Richard "The Iceman" Kuklinski was an American contract killer who in 1986 was arrested for attempting to murder an undercover cop, he was later convicted of 5 murders but after this conviction he took part in a number of interviews where by through his own admission gave an estimation of having carried out well over 100 hits throughout the course of his career working for the likes of the DeCaval

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Are All Men Pedophiles?

Are All Men Pedophiles? is a film directed by Dutch media producer Jan-Willem Breure which explores pedophilia, hebephilia and the notion that society is currently in a type of "pedophilia hysteria" arguing the case that there appears to be a "witch-hunt" taking place against men, viewing all males as potential pedophiles. The movies tagline is "Eighteen Is Just A Number", expressing the idea t

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Game Over: Kasparov And The Machine

Released in 2003, Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine is a film by Vikram Jayanti which chronicles the tale of how Garry Kasparov, the highest rated chess player in history and World Champion for 15 years straight (1985 - 2000) lost to IBM's chess playing computer known as "Deep Blue". In 1996 Kasparov initially beat Deep Blue but upon winning he agreed to a rematch. This rematch took place the

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Why the Deadly Asbestos Industry Is Still Alive and Well

Asbestos was once widely used amongst homes and building across the United States, but it is now known as a carcinogen and hazardous substance because of the dangerous health risks from being exposed to this toxic mineral. Enormous effort is now put into removing it from houses and materials because asbestos kills more than 100,000 people a year and is banned in 59 countries. But rather than be

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Under Fire

Under Fire

A 16x9 special investigation into one of the most horrifying killing spree's to ever take place in Canada. It's the story of Justin Bourque, a lone gunman aged only 24 who went on a hunt for police officers in Moncton, located in the southeastern portion of the province of New Brunswick. This films probes the idea of police officers not having access to the equipment needed to stop a crazed gunman

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Libya’s Quiet War: The Tuareg of South Libya

It has been five years since the start of the revolution that toppled former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, and Libyan's are desperately trying to get their country back on track. Libya currently has two rival governments, one based in the west and the other in the east each with their own armed groups. These groups are now battling each other across the country for wealth and power. Violence

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The O.J. Verdict: Shock of the Century

20 years ago O.J. Simpson went on trial for two grizzly murders, that of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson, and 25 year old waiter Ronald Lyle Goldman. After 9 months of riveting twists and turns he was eventually acquitted of all charges. Now over 20 years on CNN decide revisit the case in this special report, going behind the scenes, inside the jury room and outside the courtroom, examining th

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Dublin Gangland

Dublin Gangland

In June 1996 reporter Veronica Guerin, was assassinated for running a fearless newspaper campaign to name and shame Dublin's crime lords who had grown rich from flooding the city streets with drugs. Whilst the gangsters most vocal critic had been silenced her brutal murder would only expose their criminal empires and provoke an all out war with the power hungry men who had ruled the city streets f

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