Seth Whitfield served three tours in Afghanistan and one tour in Iraq as a Ranger in the U.S. Army. Seth’s accounts present a look at the life of a warrior as he uncovers the flaw behind the War On Terror.
An intimate portrait of life on the ground in Northern Uganda. Through camp fire stories, aid worker accounts and performances by local musicians, the film stitches together anecdotes that collectively relay the pain and suffering, but also the endurance, that epitomizes the story of the people of northern Uganda through these twenty-two years of war.
Afghanistan has been at war for 24 years. The West’s battle against the Taliban is only the latest of a series of conflicts the Afghans have suffered. Filmmaker Taran Davies and Walied Osman, an Afghan-American, set out to gain an understanding of how a generation of war has affected the Afghan people.
The world's greatest architects create an architectural symbol for global Peace.
Commissioned by the United Nations for the 60th Anniversary of the founding of the U.N. The story of how the world’s greatest architects representing many of the original member nations came together and created an architectural symbol for global Peace.
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