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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Triffo, Chris

CO₂ /
Can we stop, or even reverse global warming? Innovation Nation follows the work of a Nobel Prize winning scientist on the Canadian prairies, an inventor in New York who has designed a unique synthetic tree, and a mega-project in Europe where CO2 instead of being sent skyward, is stored far out of harm's way deep beneath the sea bed, and a company in California that is attempting to convert carbon dioxide into fuel..
DVD 7916
Escape from Iran the Hollywood option /
In 1979, the eyes of the world were riveted on the hostage situation in Iran. What was not known, however, was that six Americans had managed to escape. This is a fascinating account of how these six Americans were given shelter by Canadian diplomats who eventually smuggled them out of Iran. Includes interviews with the escapees and those who helped them.
DVD 4496
Kent State the day the war came home /
Looks at the reasons for the attack on anti-Vietnam-war student demonstrators on the Kent State University campus on May 4, 1970 by National Guardsmen. Shows the build-up of the protest against the Vietnam War, and follows the stories of the four students who were killed at Kent State. Includes interviews with people who witnessed the events including a wounded student-activist, a now paralyzed student, three former National Guardsman, and a sociology professor.
DVD 8737