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  1. They Will Have to Kill Us First
    $29.98
    In 2012, jihadists took control of northern Mali, imposing one of the harshest interpretations of sharia law, and crucially for Mali, banning music. Radio stations destroyed, instruments burned and overnight, Mali's musicians were forced into hiding or exile where many remain even now. Follow Mali's musicians as they fight to keep music alive. Witness fierce battles between the army and jihadists, life over borders at refugee camps, perilous journeys home to war ravaged cities, the first concert in post-sharia Timbuktu and, for one band, their path to international stardom. Learn More
  2. Great Escape, The - Secrets Revealed
    $19.99
    A crack team of engineers and archaeologists join forces with some of the original survivors to unearth, for the first time, the secrets of the most famous wartime escape in history. On the night of 24th March 1944 76 allied airmen escaped from the North Compound of Stalag Luft III, a supposedly "escape-proof" POW camp in what is now Western Poland. This was the "Great Escape", one of the most iconic and thrilling stories in military history, immortalized in the Hollywood blockbuster. The real men behind the escape came from just about every allied country and were among the elite?daring pilots and flight officers trained to take the initiative and use their intelligence and cunning. The tunnel they dug was an engineering marvel nicknamed "Harry". It was 7 metres deep, more than 100 metres long, and took a year to complete. For nearly 70 years the tunnel has remained undisturbed - and with it the final secrets of the remarkable story of the Great Escape. Until now... Learn More
  3. Eagle Huntress
    $35.99
    The Eagle Huntress follows Aisholpan, a 13-year-old girl, as she trains to become the first female in twelve generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter. Learn More
  4. Burden of Dreams
    $39.98
    For nearly five years, acclaimed German filmmaker Werner Herzog desperately tried to complete one of the most ambitious and difficult films of his career, Fitzcarraldo, the story of one man's attempt to build an opera house deep in the Amazon jungle. Documentary filmmaker Les Blank captured the unfolding of this production, made more perilous by Herzog's determination to shoot the most daunting scenes without models or special effects, including a sequence requiring hundreds of native Indians to pull a full-size, 320-ton steamship over a small mountain. The result is an extraordinary document of the filmmaking process and a unique look into the single-minded mission of one of cinema's most fearless directors. Learn More
  5. Disneynature: Born in China
    $40.99
    Disneynature takes you on an epic journey into the wilds of China. Follow the stories of three animal families - a doting panda bear mother guiding her growing baby, a young golden monkey who feels displaced by his infant sister, and a mother snow leopard raising two cubs in one of the harshest environments on earth. Featuring stunning, never-before-seen imagery, the film navigates China's terrain - from the frigid mountains to the heart of the bamboo forest - on the wings of red-crowned cranes, tying these extraordinary tales together. Learn More
  6. Hearts and Minds
    $53.99
    A startling and courageous film, Peter Davis's landmark 1974 documentary Hearts and Minds unflinchingly confronted the United States' involvement in Vietnam at the height of the foment that surrounded it. Using a wealth of sources-from interviews to newsreels to footage of the conflict and the upheaval it occasioned on the home front-Davis constructs a powerfully affecting picture of the disastrous effects of war. Explosive, persuasive, and wrenching, Hearts and Minds is an overwhelming emotional experience and the most important nonfiction film ever made about this devastating period in history. Learn More
  7. Big Pacific
    $34.99
    The Pacific Ocean covers one third of the Earth's surface. It is larger than all Earth's land combined, holds half of our world's water, and hides the deepest place on our planet. It is a place where huge and iconic, rare and dazzling creatures liveand where creatures yet to be discovered lurk. The Pacific sees the most violent storms, creates the most powerful waves, and is powered by the strongest currents. It boasts the largest coral reefs and the richest kelp forests. Its submarine landscape plummets from sea grass prairies to the ultimate abyss, and its tropical seamounts starkly contrast with its massive ice floes. Filmed in cinematic 4K, Big Pacific breaks the boundaries between land and sea, moving throughout the Pacific Ocean to present a range of locations, species, natural phenomena and behaviors. Each episode focuses an iconic characteristic to weave stories from across the Pacific that illustrate the multi-faceted character of this ocean in a way never seen before. Learn More
  8. How the Earth Changed History
    $43.98
    The traditional interpretation of history has focused largely on human factors. Yet the natural environment has also shaped history since the dawn of time.This series reveals for the first time on television how geology, geography and climate have had a far more powerful influence on mankind than has previously been acknowledged. With passionate storytelling and extraordinary HD camerawork, this series combines bold ideas with a new science, geo-determinism, to form an original version of human history. Discover why societies have succeeded or failed, and how the environment has influenced every aspect of our history from art to industry, religion to war, world domination or collapse. This series overturns preconceptions about our nations and our cultures to offer a new perspective on who we are today. Learn More
  9. Crystal Lake Memories: Complete History of Friday the 13th
    $30.99
    Inspired by the critically-acclaimed book, Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th takes viewers behind the mask on an epic journey into the making of the landmark horror franchise-from its humble beginnings in 1980 at a New Jersey summer camp to the blockbuster release of its 2009 "reboot." Combining hundreds of rare and never-before-seen photographs, film clips, outtakes, archival documents, conceptual art and behind-the-scenes footage, and featuring interviews with more than 150 cast and crew members spanning all twelve films and the television series, Crystal Lake Memories is the ultimate tribute to one of horror's most iconic and enduring franchises. Learn More
  10. NOVA: Eclipse Over America
    $24.99
    On August 21, 2017, millions of Americans witnessed the first total solar eclipse to cross the continental United States in 99 years. As in all total solar eclipses, the moon blocked the sun and revealed its ethereal outer atmosphere its corona in a wondrous celestial spectacle. While hordes of citizens flocked to the eclipse's path of totality, scientists, too, staked out spots for a very different reason: to investigate the secrets of the sun's elusive atmosphere. During the eclipse's precious seconds of darkness, they gathered new clues on how our sun works, how it can produce deadly solar storms, and why its atmosphere is so hot. NOVA investigates the storied history of solar eclipse science, and joins both seasoned and citizenscientists alike as they don their eclipse glasses, tune their telescopes, and behold the Eclipse Over America. Learn More

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