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.
ResearchTV holds filmmakers to a high standard so that viewers can count on both the quality of the research and of the quality of the production.
Watch award-winning documentaries, docudramas, public presentations and other research in a video format.
Ideal for classroom instruction or for anyone interested in the world around us.
WATCH FROM ANYWHERE!
ResearchTV automatically formats films so they are properly formatted for different different sized screens on various devices. Watch it on a phone, SmartTV or computer.
Click on the MORE INFORMATION tab at the top to visit our ResearchTV website.
Renowned Canadian cinematographer, Richard Stringer's documentary about his grandfather, Isaac O. Stringer, an Anglican missionary and Bishop who, along with his wife Sadie, devoted their lives to the Canadian North and its people.
Afsaneh and her daughter live in Tehran. Her husband became a drug addict and abandoned his family. Afsaneh was left destitute and forced to rely on her family for place to live. Out of desperation she sold one of her kidneys, but her struggle with poverty continues.
Many elderly people in nursing homes in Iran have been abandoned by their children and they suffer from a lack of love and attention. Despite good conditions within these homes for the elderly, the clients of these homes eternally hope to leave and return to the bosom of their families.