In the early 1980s, legendary Billy Mitchell set a Donkey Kong record that stood for almost 25 years. This documentary follows the assault on the record by Steve Wiebe, an earnest teacher from Washington who took up the game while unemployed.
More than a decade ago, Brazzaville was considered the worst city in the world to live in. But beyond the war and suffering, there exists a different side to the Congo. Join in as we explore a regular sunday in Brazzaville.
Situated in poverty stricken western Africa, this documentary shows how a small African village burned and collected charcoal, dug ore and created flux, built a kiln to smelt iron and forged that iron - all in effort to create a single iron hoe tool.
Since the 1970's Majuli islander Jadav Payeng has been planting trees in order to save his island. Humble yet passionate and philosophical about his work, Payeng takes us on a journey into his incredible forest.
This six-part documentary series follows residents of Manila's Tondo slum as they live, love, survive and aspire in some of the world's toughest living conditions.
On a hot night in 2002, a murder took place in Manila, Philippines. The victim was a British business man named Steven Alston Davis. His death would transform the life of his mother, Margaret Davis. Investigating the case herself, Margaret spends all her resources to solve her son's murder.