31 Years And Still Burning
On June 4, 1989, journalist Arthur Kent reported the assault by China's People’s Liberation Army on pro-democracy demonstrators in Beijing. Using his own footage of the massacre, Kent retraces the army’s ruthless push into Tiananmen Square in this new film, Black Night In June.
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Hong Kong Eye
In this series of short films, journalist Arthur Kent takes his camera to the streets of Hong Kong, some 30 years after he recorded scenes of the Tiananmen Square Massacre in Beijing. Will China’s Communist leadership once again resort to killing force to crush a pro-democracy movement? Or will the people of Hong Kong, against towering odds, realize the dream of restoring their city’s freedom?
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ONE OF THE COLD WAR’S MOST INFAMOUS COLD CASES
Who murdered spike dubs?
Follow the re-investigation of the Valentine’s Day, 1979 murder of one of the United States’ most beloved diplomats, Adolph “Spike” Dubs.
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Come with journalist Arthur Kent as he tracks down and interviews eye-witnesses and the people who knew Spike best. Decide for yourself whether their testimony provides clues to this haunting mystery.
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