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Leonardo: The Man Who Wanted to Know Everything

Leonardo Da Vinci was much more than a painter who created work of astonishing beauty like the last supper and the Mona Lisa. He was a renaissance genius in the fields of anatomy, architecture, agriculture, music and mechanics, to name a few. Born out of wedlock, he was barred from learning Greek and Latin. This lack of a conventional education led him to an obsession with learning about the wo

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LEGO

LEGO

National Geographic goes on a fun and fascinating adventure that would be the envy of any kid in the world inside the Lego factory in Billund, Denmark. The Documentary covers many aspects of the production of the ubiquitous plastic blocks including the design team coming up with ideas on how the classic City Police Station set should be revamped and how the ‘Concept Factory’ began to combine th

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Legendary Nights: The Tale of Gatti-Ward

Legendary Nights: The Tale of Gatti-Ward is part of HBO's Legendary Nights boxing documentary series and see's HBO Sports revisit rival junior Arturo Gatti and Micky Ward during their stand out 9th round brawl. Between November 23, 2002 and June 7, 2003, Gatti and Ward would cross paths a total of three times. Within those 13 months they battled it out for a complete 30 rounds against one anoth

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Legend of the Crystal Skulls

Skulls are humanity's foremost symbol of death, and a powerful icon in the visual vocabularies of cultures all over the globe. Thirteen crystal skulls of apparently ancient origin have been found in parts of Mexico, Central America and South America, comprising one of the most fascinating subjects of 20th Century archaeology. This documentary takes a look at the history of all four known skulls

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Legacy of Nonviolent Movements in Iran

This film takes a look into the two most recent mass movements in Iran’s history: the 1979 Revolution that brought the clerics to power, and the 2009 mass protests, known as the Green Movement, that threatened the foundation of the same clerical rule. The film presents interviews with Ivan Marovic, a founder of OTPOR, the Serbian movement that ended the rule of Slobodan Milosevic and Mohsen Sazgar

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League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis

The NFL is undeniably one of Americas favorite sports / pastimes, but as of late it appears the league itself has become under assault from former players claiming that participating in this sport lead to them developing long-term brain injuries and that these were being covered up. In this two hour FRONTLINE documentary they ask the question, how much did the NFL know and when did it know? In a b

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Laughing With Hitler

Laughing With Hitler

This documentary looks at the clampdown on satire and other undesirable comedians as the Third Reich grew in power. The plight of specific groups (or “art”) tends to get lost in the scale of the much bigger human cost of WWII. However here the film looks at how satire and jokes at Hitler’s expense were encouraged to some degree as he came into power but gradually anything deemed “subversive” was s

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Last Days

Last Days

Gus Van Sant's Last Days is a film about the death of Kurt Cobain. While the name of the main character has been changed from Kurt to Blake and the setting of the suicide changed from a greenhouse in Seattle to a greenhouse in upstate New York, there's no mistaking this film is the product of Van Sant's imagination pursuing the final, lonely moments of the great '90s icon. Rock biopic fans seeking

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