Explores the Space Shuttle Program through the eyes of some of the exceptional men and women who worked behind-the-scenes to make it fly.
Explores the impact of human behavior on our environment - as seen through the lens of one of South Florida’s most beloved and fragile underwater creatures - the sea turtle.
A documentary that tells the story of Bill Baggs, the late editor of the late Miami News – a story that captures the history of Miami, the community’s geopolitical importance, and the loss of one of its greatest champions.
Miami native and former NASA Astronaut Captain Winston Scott traveled on three missions into space, but his road from adolescence to aeronautics was anything but simple.
An intimate first-person narrative from Auschwitz survivor Edith Eger and her personal journey of survival, forgiveness, and healing.
Take a wild ride into the riot of color, creativity and chaos that is Miami’s street art scene. Every year during the Art Basel fair, street artists from around the globe converge on Miami’s Wynwood district to transform its streets anew with a riot of creative colors.
An uplifting and exclusive behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to be a part of one of the largest events of the year. The story begins when the Macy's Parade committee selects Florida's Tarpon Springs Marching Band, one of ten marching bands selected to perform in the 2013 parade.
A first-hand account by last-known survivor Samuel Willenberg, now 92 years old, about his life during the Holocaust and as a Jewish inmate of the Treblinka death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland. Samuel Willenberg was the last living survivor of the Treblinka death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland, where an estimated 900,000 Jews were murdered in a 13-month period at the height of World War II. Still haunted 70 years later by the horrors he witnessed as a young, forced laborer, Samuel has immortalized his harrowing experiences in a series of bronze sculptures of the tragic victims who dwell indelibly in his memory like ghosts.