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When he hears the roar, Storn White knows he made a mistake, and prays for the mountain to forgive him. 

 

The mountain has other plans.

 

Story by Storn White.

 

Produced by Mark Ristich

Jason McLaughlin and his buddy took a canoe trip down Colombia's Putomayo River. Nobody warned them that the river cut through the heart of rebel territory during the middle of a civil war. Produced by Anne Elizabeth Moore and Roman Mars.

A talented young performer, Joshua Walters, battles demons for his soul. 

 

Is he a prophet?  A performer?  A maniac?

 

What is the difference?

 

Produced by Glynn Washington.

When a North American photographer makes his way into the Amazonian jungle to visit a native tribe, he learns why the Brazilian government keeps nosy tourists as far away as possible.   Produced by Rebecca Hertz.

The tape rolls as we witness the tearful end of a perfect online world.

Produced by Roman Mars, based on a story from Robert Ashley's brilliant A Life Well Wasted internet radio program.

Jeff and his girlfriend escape the beaten path and all those annoying tourists.  Camping on a primitive island far, far away from “Resortville,” they discover what happens when survival and opportunity collide.

Produced by Roman Mars and Sarah Jessee.

Christianity was too violent.  Buddhism was too peaceful.  And everything was too organized.  So David and his friends came up with their own religion: Terrantism. They got a church, priests - pretty soon, they thought they'd found the secret to spiritual enlightenment.

Produced by Stephanie Foo.

Sam Green, director of the live documentary “Utopia in Four Movements,” discusses the fleeting nature of utopia. 

Glynn struggles whether to escape the apocalypse in paradise . . .

 

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