See how television may affect a Bhutanese child isolated from commerce, materialism and celebrity.
See a man who provides illegal electrical services in India and the woman trying to dismantle them.
Examine the inextricable bond between adopted twins reared apart.
Get an unflinching look at the effects of bullying on the lives of five kids and their families.
The New Black
The struggle over gay rights within the black community.
Left by the Ship
"Left by the Ship" tells the story of Amerasian children.
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Ai Weiwei — one of China's most internationally celebrated artists. But at heart, he is a troublemaker who challenges the government with rebellious and irreverent gestures. This has often cost him his freedom, but he never seems to lose his childlike approach to serious dissidence.
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry was broadcast in February 2013
- 2012 duPont-Columbia Award
- 2012 National Board of Review's Top 5 Documentaries
- 2012 Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize
Ai Weiwei takes tremendous chances with his use of social media and art to call attention to governmental wrongdoings. If you lived in China, would you dare to speak up? >> Talk back.
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