THE WORLD THROUGH AN ACADEMIC LENS
ResearchTV is a peer-reviewed educational streaming platform for independent films that are made with an academic focus. We seek to provide ready access to high quality independent programming that enhances our understanding of the world we live in. Relying on a global network of filmmakers, community groups and other partners, ResearchTV is populated with unique, informative and challenging programming with an emphasis on academic research and the sharing of knowledge.
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A documentary about a region where where farms were carved out of the Boreal Forest. Unlike the Canadian Prairies or the Niagara region, producing food in Northwestern Ontario requires a special kind of farmer.
Angela Madsen, a Paralympian, died 20 June 2020 while attempting to row from California to Hawaii. This film was shot after she had successfully captained Big Blue with a 16 member crew across the Atlantic in 2011. Find out what motivated her and what her challenges were.
Mary Rose lives in a Dene community near an abandoned mine that produced 7 million ounces of gold but left 237,000 tonnes of arsenic behind. Her community has to worry about this toxic legacy of the Giant Mine forever.