Charles Bukowski Reads Bukowski

Artbound presents a KCET flashback episode offering a rare, intimate look at iconoclastic writer and poet Charles Bukowski, whose gritty works have become an integral part of California’s literary canon. (Source: KCET)

The Gerson Miracle: How to Treat Cancer

The Gerson Miracle introduces us to the physician who developed The Gerson Therapy more than 75 years ago, a therapy that has proven to cure cancer and most other chronic and degenerative diseases. Through his own painful struggle with migraines,…

The Obamas’ ‘American Factory’ Reveals Stark Difference Between U.S. and Chinese Culture and the Challenge of Globalization

By Gregory Crofton Procedural documentaries are some of my favorites. “American Factory” is an excellent addition to the genre. It’s the first film released via Netflix by the Barack and Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground Productions. It tells the story of…

Half-Lives: The Chernobyl Workers Now

Maisie Crow’s original short film introduces us to the city of Slavutych and its residents—survivors of the Chernobyl disaster and the workers still dismantling the plant.

Folk Painter Maude Lewis

CBC Telescope looks in on folk artist Maud Lewis and her husband Everett in 1965. A feature film about “Maudie” Lewis that starred Ethan Hawke and Sally Hawkins was released in 2016.

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