Who knows Alice Guy? This Frenchwoman was born in 1873 and she is nothing less than the first female director! The one who thought, imagined and felt that cinema would become an art and the best way to tell stories. With nearly a thousand films, the most abundant career of her time which she was the only one to carry out on both sides of the Atlantic, this pioneer was literally wiped out by film historians during her lifetime. This film paints a fascinating portrait of an ardent and visionary woman, who has never stopped conquering new territories, only to end up with one last dream: to regain her destiny. It finally gives her the floor to deliver her version of history and regain her place in history. "Alice Guy was an exceptional director, with a rare sensitivity, a remarkably poetic eye and a great instinct [...]. She has written, directed and produced over a thousand films. And yet, she was forgotten by the industry she helped create.” Martin Scorsese
An unprecedented undercover investigation into one of the world’s most repressive regimes. Exclusive secret footage and testimony shed new light on shocking allegations of torture, arbitrary detention and indefinite forced conscription.
This training program sets out a detailed step-by-step systematic approach for implementing the plan and ultimately, managing the psychological health and safety in your workplace. By watching this video, managers will learn: • What a psychologically healthy workplace looks like • 14 points to consider before implementing a mental health and wellbeing plan • How to implement and continually improve the plan • The importance of a sponsor and a champion
In 2019, voters in Denver, Colorado, approved a referendum to decriminalize psilocybin, a psychedelic drug that affects perception and cognition. Voters in Oregon and Washington, D.C., followed suit a year later. Proponents of legalizing psychedelics argue that they can be used to treat a broad range of mental and emotional issues, as well as to discover a more profound sense of ourselves. Psychedelics have the potential to help many people, they contend, and Americans should be allowed to make their own decisions regarding their use. Not so fast, opponents argue. Critics of psychedelics—which are banned in the United States by federal law—warn that they are powerful substances that can easily be abused and endanger people's health. More research in the field of neuroscience must be done on them, they contend, before considering legalization and wider availability. Should psychedelics be legalized?
This training program is chock-full of easy to understand hints on how to introduce change in your workplace. By watching this video, managers will learn: • Coping attitude towards change • The importance of keeping things in perspective • The importance of a clear vision • A great brainstorming exercise • Worker responsibilities
This training program not only focuses on the physiology of the musculoskeletal system and shows in detail how and why we can do damage to our spines but also goes through a step-by-step process of how to prevent manual handling injuries in the workplace. In this training program, workers will learn: • The physiology of the spine • What are the most prevalent manual handling injuries • How to prevent those injuries • How to conduct a manual handling risk assessment and all about Controlling the risks
What's happening at the New York Times? Founded in 1851, the newspaper has long been one of the most respected sources of news in the United States. But the "paper of record" has recently come under fire, with critics arguing it has sacrificed journalistic and intellectual balance in favor of correcting historic inequalities. In the process, they contend, this effort has stifled dissent and promoted social justice above all else. Defenders of the newspaper dispute these charges. The Times has indeed evolved, they argue, but that evolution has proven a strength in such tumultuous and divisive times. By casting a critically important lens on historically disenfranchised groups and maintaining its core commitment to high editorial standards and a wide breadth of reporting, they contend, the Times remains the nation's premier newspaper. But is it? Has the New York Times lost its way?
Achieving and maintaining good mental wellbeing is important for all of us. This mental health and wellbeing training program details some of the conditions that signal good mental health and gives various tips and ideas on how you can improve your mental wellness. In this video, workers will learn: • What is mental health • Several ways to accomplish emotional wellness • The importance of relationships