U.S. Counter Terrorism Chief Explains Why 9/11 Hijackers Slipped Through Cracks

The filmmakers who produced “9/11 Press for Truth” interview Richard Clarke, the top counter terrorism officer for the U.S. government when the 2001 terror attacks occurred, about how the CIA managed to overlook the men who trained to be pilots…

Haunted by Columbine

The killing of 12 students and a teacher at Columbine High School in 1999 continues to shape how we view and understand school shootings today. (Source: The New York Times)

‘The Painter of Jalouzi’ in 4K Ultra HD

The film tells the story of one citizen from Jalouzi, one of the largest slums in Haiti, who is determined to bring color to the impoverished area by helping paint the entire town, literally.

Hindenburg Air Disaster

Movietone’s coverage of the Hindenburg disaster on a cloudy, overcast day at Lakehurst, New Jersey, on May 6, 1937. Filmed by Al Gold, Larry Kennedy and Deon De Titta. Sound engineer Addison Trice. The doom of the great Zeppelin, which…

‘STRANDED: I’VE COME FROM A PLANE THAT CRASHED ON THE MOUNTAINS’: Survival Tactics Astound in this Life-Affirming Documentary

By Gregory Crofton In 1972, a plane full of young rugby players jetted from Uruguay out across the Andes mountain range, their destiny a match in Chile. The atmosphere on the plane was one of raucous joy even after the…

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