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Once Upon a Time in Sarajevo

Once Upon a Time in Sarajevo

Premiering December 11th as a part of Al Jazeera English’s Correspondent series, this film looks back on a surrealist comedy group that formed in 1980’s Sarajevo and split up during the Bosnian War. Jacky Rowland sets out to find the …

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Who Owns Yoga?

Who Owns Yoga?

Watch the film here (non-US residents only).

The ancient practice of yoga has been packaged and commercialised in a myriad of different ways over recent decades.

But while this has enabled it to reach millions of people, it has also …

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Winner of the 2014 Golden Nymph Award for Best News Documentary

Winner of the 2014 Golden Nymph Award for Best News Documentary

We are honored and proud to announce that our two-part documentary, Identity and Exile, for Al Jazeera English’s Correspondent series, won the 2014 Golden Nymph for Best News Documentary at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival.

Media Mentions:

Hollywood Reporter …

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Nominated for the Golden Nymph

Nominated for the Golden Nymph

We are proud to announce our documentary for Al Jazeera English, Identity & Exile, has been nominated for a Golden Nymph award in the 2014 Festival de Television de Monte-Carlo news documentary category. Learn more at the festival’s website.…

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2014 Webby Award Honoree

2014 Webby Award Honoree

Four Corners Media is proud to announce that our piece The Daily Struggle of Lebanon’s One Million Syrian Refugees has been honored in the News & Politics: Individual Episode category in the 18th Annual Webby Awards. Hailed as the …

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The Refugee Crisis in Lebanon: On the Ground with Syria’s Lost Populace

The Refugee Crisis in Lebanon: On the Ground with Syria’s Lost Populace

Nearly one in five people living in Lebanon today is a refugee from Syria’s deadly civil war. The U.N. expects the two million displaced people (nearly half of them are children) from Syria to swell to four million by the …

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Call Me Ehsaan, A NYTimes OpDoc

Call Me Ehsaan, A NYTimes OpDoc

Documentary / Afghanistan / 9 min.

Call Me Ehsaan is a haunting look at the US war in Afghanistan through the eyes of Lt. Col. JD Loftis, one of only three US Airforce officers who spoke Pashto. He was killed …

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Joseph Stiglitz: The 1% and Inequality in the US

Joseph Stiglitz: The 1% and Inequality in the US

Nobel Prize-winning economist, Joseph Stiglitz, warns of rising inequality in the United States. Publish on VanityFair.com

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Financial Instability Mini-Doc

Financial Instability Mini-Doc

Financial stability, or the lack thereof. Leading thinkers speak out on what they feel is at the core of the problem.

Produced by Four Corners Media for the Institute of New Economic Thinking

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HDNet World Report: Digging Out – Archaeology Makes A Comeback in Iraq

A look at the first team of archaeologists to return to work in Southern Iraq in 2 decades. Could a shared archaeological past bring a divided nation together? Aired on HDNet World Report on March

Micah Garen and Marie-Hélène Carleton …

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