documentary

The Big Screen
1:00 am
Fri July 25, 2014

Movie Review: Life Itself

A really good documentary film is at its best when it chronicles the life, times and works of a truly exceptional individual. Such is the case with Life Itself, based on the autobiography of arguably the most famous film critic of all time, Roger Ebert. Oscar-nominated director Steve James, most famous for his basketball epic Hoop Dreams, was given an all access pass to Ebert during his final months before he died of cancer. It didn’t help his condition that a botched surgery left him with no lower jaw, unable to speak or eat.

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America Abroad Special
1:02 pm
Thu May 1, 2014

The Consequences of Shrinking America's Military

The Pentagon has announced plans to shrink the U.S. Military to pre-World War II levels following the end of the war in Iraq and the continued withdrawal from Afghanistan.
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Thursday, June 12 at 7:00 pm:

The Pentagon has announced plans to shrink the U.S. Military to pre-World War II levels following the end of the war in Iraq and the continued withdrawal from Afghanistan. 

On this edition of America Abroad, we hear reaction to a smaller U.S. Military from allies in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East about whether Americas ability to advance its interests is compromised. Also, defense experts and military veterans discuss whether a smaller US military would embolden other countries like Russia to test America's willingness to engage.

Christopher Maloney
2:00 am
Wed April 16, 2014

"Cole"

Filmmaker Christopher Maloney

**KET (Kentucky Educational Television) will air this documentary during the week of April 14, 2014. Here are the scheduled airdates:

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America Abroad Special
10:29 am
Wed March 5, 2014

Women's Rights after the Arab Spring

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Thursday, March 13 - 7 pm
Anchored by Barbara Bogaev 

In the three years since the start of the Arab Spring, women have seen little or no improvement when it comes to fundamental rights. Many have actually seen rights taken away, as secular dictators give way to strict fundamentalists. On this episode of America Abroad we will visit Egypt where under the newly adopted constitution, women are supposed to have equality in “all civil, political, economic, social, and cultural rights.

Cincinnati World Cinema
12:00 am
Fri February 14, 2014

See "The Art Carvers of Music Hall" documentary

Cincinnati filmmaker Melissa Godoy and Cincinnati World Cinema’s Tim Swallow are in the studio with our film expert, Larry Thomas, to talk about the premiere of her short documentary, The Art Carvers of Music Hall, which will take place during the Cincinnati World Cinema’s annual presentation of this year’s Oscar-nominated short docs on Saturday, February 22 at The Carnegie.

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