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96%VideoSep 2014

Zak Ebrahim, the son of a terrorist

(9:13) Like father, like son? Zak Ebrahim was seven years old when his father helped plan the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.


96%VideoMay 2015

The Fallen of World War 2

(18:15) Data-driven documentary about war and peace, specifically at the human cost of WW2 and compared with other wars in history, including trends in recent conflicts.


94%AnimationJun 2011

Global Peace Index 2011

From Wikipedia: The Global Peace Index (GPI) is an attempt to measure the relative position of nations' and regions' peacefulness. It is the product of Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) and developed in consultation with an international panel of peace experts from peace institutes and think tanks with data collected and collated by the Economist Intelligence Unit. The list was launched first in May 2007, then continued on May 2008, 2 June 2009, 10 June 2010 and most recently on 25 May 2011. It is claimed to be the first study to rank countries around the world according to their peacefulness.


94%VideoMar 2016

When a bird lands on Bernie's podium

(1:15) A symbolic moment during Bernie Sanders' rally in Portland.


92%VideoSep 2010

Rick Steves with some interesting thoughts on the European Union

America's leading authority on European travel, Rick Steves, talks about the EU's greatest achievement - peace


92%VideoMar 2010

The Illusion of Peace

(0:46) Labour of love that came with a lot of frustration and 8 rolls of masking tape.


91%VideoOct 2009

Ron Paul, what do you think about Obama winning peace prize?

How peaceful is Obama?


90%VideoJan 2010

Epoch of Reason - Peace is non-theistic

Measuring peace around the world using the Global Peace Index (, accounting for, amongst other factors, internal and external conflicts and the subsequent losses incurred, Including that of potential terrorist acts. Conclusion: atheist nations are more peaceful.


89%VideoMay 2006

Give Brian a chance

Art critic Brian Sewell embraces John and Yoko

89%AnimationJul 2008

I Met The Walrus

In 1969, a 14-year-old Beatle fan Jerry Levitan, got into John Lennon's hotel room in Toronto and convinced Lennon to do an interview. He has now produced a film about it with director Josh Raskin, pen work by James Braithwaite and digital illustration by Alex Kurina.