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“Opioid Nation” tackles Pennsylvania’s drug epidemic

Source:  NEPA Scene After NEPA Scene premiered Scranton filmmaker Kenny Luck’s first documentary, “Half Empty: Life in America’s Unhappiest City,” the 15-minute video went viral, garnering over 23,000 views and sparking debate about whether or not the...

Not Ready for the Eclipse Across America? Nova on PBS has You Covered

Source:  The New York Times For those stuck under a rock or inside an office today when the Eclipse Across America plunges moongazers along the narrow “path of totality” into darkness (and the rest of us into various shades of dim), Nova is coming to the rescue....

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Doc “Unrest” Gets September Release Date

Source:  Variety Jennifer Brea’s documentary “Unrest,” which won a Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, has been set for a domestic theatrical release in September. The documentary details Brea’s fight to overcome the disabling disease Myalgic...

The 10 Best Food and Health Documentaries On Netflix

Decider has compiled the ten best food and health documentaries on Netflix. They write, “In a world where we seem to become more and more obsessed with the ‘secret’ behind the biggest industries out there, it comes as no surprise that documentaries claiming to know...

“All the Rage (Saved by Sarno)” explores the mind-body connection

Source:  The New York Times. Director, distance thyself. That thought is likely to enter your mind during “All the Rage,” a documentary that has found itself one fascinating subject — Dr. John Sarno — yet too often pulls away from him to focus on the less compelling...

Is East Chicago the Next Flint?

Source:  The Atlantic. Demetra Turner and her family moved into the West Calumet Public Housing Complex in East Chicago, Indiana in May 2016. A month later, she found out she would have to evacuate her new home due to extremely elevated levels of lead and arsenic in...