2920 minutes located in North America - United States
Consumerism has become the cornerstone of the post-industrial age. Yet how much do we know about it and what it is doing to us?
A film about the world’s largest hacking convention and its 20th year running.
The innovative work of Scott Summit demonstrates how 3D Printing and digital scanning can be used to greatly improve Prosthetic design
This 2003 Sundance Jury Prize winner for short film explores the customers who frequented the Terminal Bar, a down-and-out watering hole in Times Square
The Documentary encourages the future CEOs, the innovative engineers, the techies and the fuzzies, the sisters, cousins, and daughters, to break away from the stereotype into a revolutionary field.
A look at the rising impact of global warming on Alaska, where communities face being lost underwater as the ice recedes.
97 year old Hal Lasko spends ten hours a day moving pixels around his computer paintings. His work is a collision of pointillism and 8-Bit art.
400 entrepreneurs gathered in Seattle’s largest film production studio to share why they work long hours, for low pay, facing great uncertainty.
Marcus Daly’s, handcrafted wooden coffins are an economical and environmentally friendly burial alternative to metal.
We go inside a recycling plant and a bottle factory to see the technology that turns used glass into new bottles.
In the US more and more children are defining themselves as transgender, throwing up a number of complex questions. Following first-grader Coy Mathis, this report investigates the world of transgender […]
A journey through New York City reveals what it means to be truly food insecure in the land of plenty.
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