Half The Sky|
Changes in the lives of four generations of Chinese women.
Eric Weinthal and Dug Rotstein
A video guide to Shakespeare's most famous play.
The Harriman Alaska Expedition Retraced
Two scientific expeditions to Alaska, 100 years apart, give us an unparalleled view of environmental damage and the change in society's attitudes.
Hassan and The Graduates
As Egyptian industry is undermined by Chinese imports, Hassan, a university graduate, takes up the government's offer of free land to farm.
Hawaii: Roots of Fire
Diane LaMacchia and Doug Prose
Investigates the hidden forces that drive the planet's largest and most active volcanic system, the Hawaiian Islands.
The Health Protestors
Health care advocates demand universal health care for the world's population at international convention in Dhaka.
A Healthy Start
The debate over women's health care in South Africa.
Heart Of Sky, Heart Of Earth
Frauke Sandig and Eric Black
Six young Maya present a wholly indigenous perspective, in which all life is sacred and connected, as they resist the destruction of their culture and environment.
Heart of the Congo
Documents the work done, and difficulties faced, by international aid workers in the Congo.
Frances Causey, Donald Goldmacher
Investigates the roots of the current economic crisis, and the ongoing assault on working people in the United States.
Polly Bennell and Andrea Sarris
A moving portrait of the lives and deaths of homesteading authors, Helen and Scott Nearing.
In India, two community projects help people move out of poverty and gain control of their lives.
Here's My Question: Where Does My Garbage Go?
Ellen Hovde and Muffie Meyer
A fun film to teach kids about waste and recycling.
The Heroin Wars
Adrian Cowell with WGBH/Frontline
The history of the narcotics trade in Burma.
Doug Prose/Earth Images Foundation
The danger posed by the New Madrid earthquake zone along the Mississippi River.
J. J. Johnson
Emily celebrates Christmas and learns about other holidays that people celebrate.
Buddhist monks lead anti-tobacco campaign in Cambodia.
Green technology and innovative design save energy.
Home of the Brave
Paola di Florio
Examines the case of Viola Liuzzo, the only white woman murdered in the civil rights movement.
Robert J. Long
Putting the role of human beings in the biosphere back into proper perspective.
Families can reduce air pollution and save money.
Tells the inspiring story of four battles in which Native American activists are fighting to preserve their land, sovereignty, and culture.
Homeland (Short Version)
A shorter version of the inspiring story of four battles in which Native American activists are fighting to preserve their land, sovereignty, and culture.
Explores the links between the hundreds of toxic pollutants in our environment and increasing health problems.
The role of honeybees in a common garden.
Hong Kong Symphony
Tan Dun's "Symphony 1997" premieres as Hong Kong switches from British to Chinese rule.
The Hopi fight to preserve their land and water from strip mining.
Workers at the Mother of Mercy hospice in Zambia provide palliative care for those afflicted with AIDS.
Tells the truth about the McDonald's hot coffee case and exposes the influence of corporate America on our civil justice system.
John de Graaf
Explores the dangers of potato blight and the chemicals used to control it.
House on Fire
Breaking the cycle of domestic violence.
How Do They Do That?
Daniel learns how a road is built, creates stop motion animation, invents a toy, learns about visual effects, and tours an airport.
How Green Is My Valley?
Documents efforts to revitalize the polluted, impoverished communities in the former coal and steel producing valleys of South Wales.
How to Become a President
Peter Tetteroo & André van der Stouwe
Former World Soccer Player of the Year, George Weah, is running for president again in his native Liberia. Is he out of his depth?
The Human Race
Catherine Mullins & Marrin Cannel
Is the western model of global development sustainable in a finite environment?
James Der Derian, David Udris and Michael Udris
Examines and questions the US military's new counterinsurgency initiative, 'Human Terrain Systems', under which social scientists are embedded with combat troops.