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The Hunting Ground

An exposé of rape crimes on U.S. college campuses, institutional cover-ups, and the devastating toll they take on students and their families. Weaving together verite footage and first-person testimonies, the film follows survivors as they pursue their education while fighting for justice--despite harsh retaliation, harassment and pushback at every level.
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How to Let Go of the World: And Love All the Things Climate Can't Change

In How To Let Go Of The World and Love All The Things Climate Can't Change, Oscar-Nominated director Josh Fox (Gasland) continues in his deeply personal style, investigating climate change-- the greatest threat our world has ever known. Traveling to 12 countries on 6 continents, the film acknowledges that it may be too late to stop some of the worst consequences and asks, what is it that climate change can't destroy? What is so deep within us that no calamity can take it away?
2017; 2016

The Lovers & Friends Show: Season One

Lisa, the newly out med student; Kai, the friend with a heart of gold (and a psycho ex-girlfriend); laugh riot Tori, involved with her boss; Yasmin, the activist with an unfortunate crush; Mercedes, the social climbing professional with bad boundaries; and Dre, the bad boy lady-killer. This hot new urban lesbian show focuses on six lesbians of color navigating through life's obstacles, making new friends and experiencing new drama.
2009; 2008
Clemons (Stacks)

Animation in Multimedia [electronic resource]

This program takes students through the range of techniques used in the production of modern animation. Beginning with the various methods of creating an animation, the video explores aspects such as character development, backgrounds, adding sound and voice, and the use of wire frame in 3-D work. The many roles in an animation team, including producers, directors, computer technicians, artists, and voice actors are also considered, along with applications such as computer games, advertisements, and film. The video makes extensive use of animation footage and interviews with leading industry representatives.

Blogging [electronic resource]: Serious Media or Just a Rant?

The rise of the Internet has meant that ordinary people can be both producers and distributors of information and opinions through the use of a Weblog (blog). But with more than eight million blogs already in existence, how many bloggers are really being heard? And is what they have to say serious, well-researched journalism, or just a rant - and should it matter? This program profiles the emergence of blogs, looks at their negatives and positives, and debates whether they are an opportunity for alternative voices to be heard, or just uncensored tirades. Produced in Australia.

Addressing Bullying in the Workplace [electronic resource]

If bullying is not appropriately managed, a culture of fear can become endemic in an organization. Fortunately, this negative culture can be turned around by educating staff, laying down clear procedures to report incidents of intimidation, and by the presence of empathetic managers who act quickly to resolve problems. Using dramatized scenes and expert interviews, this program explores strategies to manage and prevent bullying in the workplace, and advises on what to consider when creating anti-bullying policies.

Not in My Class [electronic resource]: Managing Classroom Bullying Behaviors

While not as obvious as playground bullying, bullying in the classroom is a reality that can inflict just as much harm. It can take the form of put-downs, hurtful e-mails, and "joking" insults, with perpetrators sometimes unaware of the damage they inflict. This program discusses classroom bullying behaviors, and offers thought-provoking management solutions for teachers who need to address this type of behavior.

Gourmet China [electronic resource]

Chinese cuisine has proved a successful export to the rest of the world's dinner tables - it has changed the way the modern world eats. And yet it has also played a hugely significant role as cultural "anchor" to the notion of authentic "Chinese-ness." This program explores the way food and cooking in Chinese cuisine has shaped and continues to affect the lives of people who have a distinct and intimate connection with its development and culture. Through historical anecdotes, contemporary stories of Chinese food connoisseurs, and glimpses into the daily lives of individuals whose passion for Chinese cuisine is staunch and unwavering, we take a closer look at one of the world's most popular and familiar cuisines.

Christmas Island (Part 1) (Part 1) ; Norfolk Island (Part 1) [electronic resource]: Barunga

In this episode, discover the prolific wildlife of Christmas Island, including the amazing red and robber crabs. Delve into indigenous culture, make didgeridoos, and learn about indigenous art and food. Explore historic Norfolk Island. Observe traditional island dances and pick up some of the Norfolk dialect.

Torres Strait Islands (Parts 1 and 2) (Part 2) ; Sydney Tower [electronic resource]: Falls Creek ; Norfolk Island

In this episode, explore the unique culture of the Torres Strait Islands, north of Queensland's Cape York. Learn about wedding feasts and traditional dancing and celebrations. Travel to the Victorian Alps for a weekend of skiing, sledding, sliding, and good old-fashioned fun on the snow at Falls Creek. Try diving, riding, kayaking, and bird watching. Take in the views of Sydney from the city's highest tower.

Montague Island Outback Rally (Part 1) Sydney 360 [electronic resource]: Trains and Koalas

In this episode, travel to the New South Wales south coast to dive with the playful fur seals of Montague Island - and go on the lookout for whales and penguins. Then trek to a koala park to experience one of Australia's iconic animals and take a train trip through the Queensland outback. Join a crazy road rally through NSW outback, up into central Queensland. As the sun sets behind the Blue Mountains, have a sky-high dining experience - with 360-degree views - at Sydney Tower.

Murramarang Outback Rally (Part 2) the Bungle Bungle Ranges [electronic resource]: Longreach

This episode visits New South Wales. Meet beautiful kangaroos on the beach at Murramarang Beachfront Nature Resort. Journey to central Queensland for the Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame. Check out a real Aussie drover and the Qantas Founders Museum. Join in the Great Escape car rally for a wild adventure around the outback and along the east coast. Head to the amazing Bungle Bungle Range in Western Australia - take a walk and then fly around these incredible formations.

Bush Ballads Humpback Whale Migration [electronic resource]: Melbourne

This episode is off to the bush. Travel to Banjo Paterson country for a tear-jerking rendition of "Waltzing Matilda" and watch some of the country's best bush poets battle in a war of words. Learn the art of cracking a stockwhip and head to Melbourne for the sporting event that stops the nation. Witness the annual humpback whale migration in Eden, along the far south coast of New South Wales.

Tackling Bullying Behaviors [electronic resource]: Nonpunitive Approaches

Bullying is an age-old problem that has been addressed in various ways over the years. This program offers detailed information on the principles of nonpunitive approaches to bullying, how to carry them out, and their advantages and disadvantages. The "No Blame Approach," the "Shared Concern Method," and "Restorative Justice" are all discussed, along with the role of parents and when punitive methods might be used.

Kangaroo Island (Parts 1 and 2) (Part 1) ; Winton [electronic resource]: Road Trip

In this episode, explore Kangaroo Island off the south coast of Australia to check out fur seals, sea lions, and other wildlife - including kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, and penguins - as well as the magnificent range of flora. Then head on a road trip up the east coast of Australia, from Sydney to Coffs Harbour, for an amazing experience with sea lions and surfing. Visit an outback festival in Winton.

Lake Eyre (Part 1) (Part 2) [electronic resource]: Ningaloo Reef ; Road Trip

In this episode, travel to the remote Lake Eyre - a place of extreme beauty in both wet and dry conditions. Come along on an amazing underwater experience on the Ningaloo Reef with whale sharks. Go white-water rafting and hot-air ballooning on an east coast adventure.

Canberra (Part 1) [electronic resource]: Great Ocean Road ; The Kimberley

In this episode, visit Australia's capital, Canberra, for the Australian War Memorial and the Old and New Parliament Houses. Then head to the Great Ocean Road for a step back in time with vintage cars and the 75th anniversary celebrations of this scenic and historic road. Explore the Kimberley region in Western Australia to see some real Aussie cowboys mustering up cattle with some extremely close-up encounters.

Broken Hill (Part 2) [electronic resource]: Silverton and Surf Life Saving ; Tangalooma

This episode highlights Broken Hill and Tibooburra. Learn about the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Have an adventure at the historic and filmic Silverton Hotel. Discover the importance of Surf Life Saving to Australia's beach culture. Take a trip to Moreton Island and have an amazing encounter with dolphins at dusk at the Tangalooma Island Resort.

Tasmanian Devils (Part 3) [electronic resource]: Melbourne and Canberra ; Canberra

In this episode, join in on a mission to save the endangered Tasmanian devils. Do a whirlwind tour of Melbourne and go to the nation's capital, Canberra, for some amazing glass blowing and a hot-air balloon ride over the city.

Flinders Ranges (Parts 1 and 2) [electronic resource]: Lightning Ridge ; Brisbane

In this episode, take a road trip to the Flinders Ranges. Encounter sheep shearing; emus, kangaroos, and other wildlife; houses made from hay; and the Aboriginal culture. Explore the ecological masterpieces contained in the Ranges. Take an adventure out to Lightning Ridge and come across some unique races, including a wheely bin race and a goat cart race. Attend a rodeo. Travel around Brisbane and meet people from Riverlife - then go kayaking and see a hydrofoil in action. Bike ride around the city to see heritage buildings and the City Botanic Gardens.