• The Futian Market in Yiwu in China is where wholesale buyers come from around the world to snap up cheap Chinese goods. Covering 4 million square meters, 120,000 suppliers hawk everything from toys to fluffy handcuffs and dancing Santas. Business here moves at breakneck speed and the air is full of tales of quick bucks,...

  •   This is the original, unedited cut of the film. An investigation into accusations of teenagers being sexually abused within the film industry. Some parts, including audio recorded evidence of admission of guilt by pedophiles, was removed from the ‘official’ film due to legal pressure from some of the very men featured in this documentary....

  • Rare footage of inside North Korea, Rise of Kim Jung Il,  War Capabilities, and influence of the Korean War

  • Author Erica Fink Report on the secret world of hackers. She explains “Hacking is the modern-day superpower. Like many super powers, it can be using for good or evil”. Some hackers protect company’s data, by keeping the bad guy out, and whistle-blowing on exploits. Some hacker hack for a cause. You may have heard of...

  • What happens when you’ve been hacked? 16×9 gets inside the world of cybercrime.

  • This is the story of what happens to everyday Americans when corporations go to war.

  • For the past five years, Russia’s been building walls around its web and packing it with tech oligarchs, startup cities, face-finding algorithms, hacker hunters, and, of course, a few bears. In this episode of Bloomberg’s Hello World, Ashlee Vance travels to Mother Russia to see how they do tech.

  • A cybercrime documentary profiling the Romanian town nicknamed “Hackerville” or “Most Dangerous Town on the Internet.” Convicted blackhat hackers, like Guccifer (real name), talk worms, viruses, social engineering, identity theft, and even hacking Hillary Clinton’s email.

  • Filmmaker Patricia Foulkrod examines the experiences of Iraq War veterans and the plight of the military. She documents stories of human wreckage arising from the horrors of war and military training dehumanizing soldiers. Approximately 10 veterans discuss how their time in Iraq changed their lives irrevocably .

  • Psywar explores the evolution of propaganda and public relations in the United States, with an emphasis on the elitist theory of democracy; and the relationship between war, propaganda, and class.