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Dopesick: Fentanyl’s Deadly Grip

Fentanyl is an extremely strong, synthetic opioid which has been estimated to have 50 times the potency as pure, pharmacy-grade heroin and about 100 times the potency of morphine. Once prescription opioids such as OxyContin started becoming too difficult or too expensive to find on the streets, people who were addicted to these types of drug started turning to the likes of heroin and Fentanyl in o

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Hitler’s Last Year

Hitler’s Last Year

On the 8th of May 1945, a darkness was lifted across Europe and the world as people celebrated victory over Nazi Germany. From the D-Day landings on the beaches of Normandy in June 1944 it took almost a full year to win the war. Facing defeat Adolf Hitler became evermore relentlessly determined to fight to the very finish. As his Third Reich collapsed around him the brutality of the warfare and

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Battleship Antarctica

Every year a fleet of Japanese ships travel to the freezing waters of the Antarctic and here they hunt and kill nearly 1000 minke whales which end up being sold as meat in the markets of Japan but for the last 30 years the whale hunters themselves have been hunted and harassed by the environmental group Greenpeace. Having seen footage of previous campaigns filmmaker Morgan Matthews was astonish

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VICK

VICK

For their introduction to the sports documentary space American digital media company Bleacher Report chose a compelling, timely subject, Michael Vick. Vick is an American football quarterback who is currently a free agent. He has previously played for the Atlanta Falcons, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers. His story is one of a classic rise and fall narrative. Vick hit

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Petrol Bombs & Peace: Welcome To Belfast

Belfast, Ireland, it is now 18 years since the troubles came to an end here and these days it looks just like any other city in the United Kingdom, that is on the surface at least. The city is still very much divided up between Catholics and Protestants and summer time here often means rioting. In this BBC special we see Alys Harte spend the summer of 2013 on the frontline with a loyalist march

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The Clash: New Year’s Day ’77

On January 1st 1977 the British band The Clash played the opening show for the infamous Roxy club in a dilapidated Convent Garden. This film takes us right back on a time-travelling journey to that moment, it was the defining moment when the punk music scene emerged into a more mainstream consciousness. Using some of the earliest unseen footage of The Clash in concert we experience this iconic

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An Interview With Arthur Shawcross

Sullivan Correctional Facility located just outside Fallsburg, New York State, is a maximum security prison notorious for being home to some of Americas most violent criminals, one such criminal is Arthur John Shawcross. Shawcross has murdered 11 women and is currently serving a 250 year prison sentence, his case has raised some serious questions regarding the cause of extreme violence and what

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The Doors: The Road of Excess

In 1991 the biographical film The Doors was released, it is a tribute to the work of the 1960-70's rock band The Doors. It was directed by Oliver Stone and starred Val Kilmer as Jim Morrison. The Doors: The Road of Excess is a documentary spin off from the making of this film and includes interviews with those who were close friends with the late Jim Morrison and several people who were directly i

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Luke

Luke

Luke Kelly was arguably the greatest folk singer of the 20th Century. Irish born and notable as the lead singer / founding member of the band The Dubliners, the power and passion which is felt in his voice gave birth the definitive versions of all time classics such as Raglan Road, The Town I Loved So Well, The Auld Triangle, A Song for Ireland and so many more. Originally released in 1999 Luke

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