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For over 50 years Baltazar Ushca has harvested the glacial ice of Ecuador’s Mount Chimborazo. This is a story of cultural change and how he have adapted to it.

Preparations for the Olympics and the World Cup are in full swing in Brazil. But for the residents of Rio de Janeiro’s infamous favelas, the ‘clean-up’ of their iconic city […]

Last year alone, Caracas had more violent deaths than Baghdad. An investigation of the country’s crime epidemic.

From Argentina to Venezuela and Mexico, some of the year’s most compelling media stories have come from one continent.

Deep in the Amazon jungle, a team of scientists is on a mission to save lives. They’re called “Virus Hunters” and it’s their job to find some of the most […]

The film is about Dre Urhahn and Jeroen Koolhaas, who use art in their quest to help change the lives of people who live in socially troubled neighborhoods in Rio […]

Venezuela. One cannot only hear with ones ears. Some people feel the sounds with their skin or with their hearts because their sense of hearing doesn’t function. In the Venezuelan […]

We all have seen plenty of videos on the web with planes flying through clouds, hazadous crosswind landing approaches etc. This video does not show drama but fantastic angles simultaneously […]


In May 2011, married environmental activists Zé Cláudio Ribeiro and Maria do Espirito Santo were shot to death outside their house in the Amazonian state of Para. A month later […]

Ryan Duffy went to Columbia to check out a strange and powerful drug called Scopolamine. It’s a substance so intense that it renders a person incapable of exercising free will.

Every year the city of Rio de Janeiro hosts the world famous carnival festival. Over two million people per day gather on the streets to make it the biggest carnival […]

Lake O’Higgins comprises a portion of the border between Chile’s Aysén region and Argentina’s Santa Cruz province. Since 1965, most infamous inhabitant Faustino Barrientos has lived alone on the shores […]

Filmmaker Karl Penhaul tracked down one of FARC’s fighting units, spending 10 days among the group to learn more about their motivations, goals and tactics.

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