A short film by the BBC which sees three people sit down and tell their stories of living with mental health conditions and how they individually manage and deal with delusions which vary from the bizarre and peculiar, to the sinister and terrifying. Blogger Sophie Eliza began hearing voices at the start of her psychosis and gradually became convinced that a group of people were out to get her. K
Into The Inferno is filmmaker Werner Herzog's latest documentary and it sees himself and volcanologist Clive Oppenheimer set out on a surreal journey which takes them all around the globe where they explore some of the world's most mythical volcanoes. We see Herzog and Oppenheimer travel to North Korea, Ethiopia, Iceland and the Vanuatu Archipelago. Through speaking with scientists and the indi
In this special edition of The Fifth Estate, reporter Bob McKeown, with the help of professionals sets out to deconstruct the interrogation and shocking confession of Col. Russell Williams. Williams is an English born Canadian who was a well decorated Colonel in the Canadian Forces until his arrest in February of 2010. Williams was formally charged by the Ontario Provincial Police with two coun
Stephen Nolan lifts the curtain on the stigma surrounding depression and gains a better understanding of this illness. He meets people whose life is a constant battle against it and examines the science behind this potentially life-threatening condition.
Beyond Reason is a brand new documentary about Science & Spirituality, but unlike any other film in this genre. Rather than attempt to fit the infinite, into a limited and finite system like modern science, science itself is put under the microscope. Out intellects are bound by our perceptions and what we perceive is limited by our five senses. From what we’ve learned though modern physics,
Documentary about Narcissists/Narcissism. Featuring the world's leading expert on the subject Sam Vaknin.
Dr Temple Grandin has a unique ability to understand the animal mind - and she's convinced her skill is down to her autistic brain. Temple believes she experiences life like an animal. Her emotions are much simpler than most people's and she feels constantly anxious. It's this struggle with overwhelming anxiety that led her to discover just how much she has in common with animals and, in partic
It is a well-known fact that our society is structured like a pyramid. The very few people at the top create conditions for the majority below. Who are these people? Can we blame them for the problems our society faces today? Guided by the saying “A fish rots from the head”we set out to follow that fishy odor. What we found out is that people at the top are more likely to be psychopaths than the r
The Stanford prison experiment was a study of the psychological effects of becoming a prisoner or prison guard. The experiment was conducted from August 14 to 20, 1971 by a team of researchers led by Psychology professor Philip Zimbardo at Stanford University. It was funded by a grant from the U.S. Office of Naval Research and was of interest to both the US Navy and Marine Corps in order to determ