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Bright Brass: The Congolese Street Brass Band

The Guardian

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Produced by: Rachel Corner, Laurens Nijzink

How a group of street children formed a brass band in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. More…


Salvador Dali Museum

St. Petersburg Times

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Produced by: Lennie Bennett, Lee Glynn, Catriona Stuart, Scott Keeler, Bruce Moyer, Chris Kozlowski, James Borchuck, John Pendygraft

With its opening on Jan. 11, 2011, the striking and grand Salvador Dali Museum entered a new era in its home along St. Petersburg, Florida's picturesque waterfront. The story of the Salvador Dali Museum is rich in detail and even some intrigue. So take your time and explore our special report to see for yourself why this museum and the surreal artist are now forever entwined with St. Petersburg's history. More…


Physics from hell

Boston.com

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Produced by: Scott Lapierre, Javier Zarracina

Was modern physics born in the Inferno? Motion video for an Boston Globe Ideas section about the influence of Dante's Inferno in Galileo Physics More…


Massachusetts' ethnic mosaic

Boston.com

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Produced by: Daigo Fujiwara, Tom Giratikanon, Robert Davis

A look into Massachusetts ethnic/race/country of origin by town. More…


A Matter of Decency

Bombay Flying Club

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Produced by: Henrik Kastenskov, Poul Madsen

Denmark was the first country to sign the UN Convention relating to the status of Refugees in 1951, and since then the small Scandinavian nation has received and helped numerous refugees. Over the past decade, however, national legislation have been tightened repeatedly leading to international criticism. The danish people are torn between national interest and international human rights. Nobody knows the exact number of refugees living illegally underground in Denmark, but it remains a fact that danish citizens deliberately choose to break the law in order to help them. More…


Africa to Australia

SBS

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Produced by: SBS Online, Indian Ocean Productions, 360 Degree Films, Screen Australia

This interactive documentary tells the stories of African immigrants and refugees living in Australia and their struggles and successes in shaping - and being shaped by - Australian society. It is both multi-platform and multi-lingual as the entire site has been translated and subtitled into six of the highest needs languages spoken in the African-Australian community. Each story is also being broadcast nationally across 68 language programs on SBS Radio. More…


La era de Marcelo Bielsa

La Tercera

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Produced by: Eileen Mignoni, Vicky Martinez, Cristián Moreno

A special put together to recall the era of Marcelo Bielsa as the coach of the Chilean national soccer team (la roja or la selección Chilena) Includes galleries, infographics, statistics and videos. More…


La Historia Detrás de Los 80

La Tercera

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Produced by: Eileen Mignoni, Vicky Martinez, Paula Tala, Rigoberto Jofré, Jorge Fuica, Richard Ulloa, Eduardo Hormazábal, Cristian Moreno

A special created to explore the enormously popular Chilean television series, Los 80, which tells the story of the Herrera family living their lives under the military regime. Features a video interview with Boris Quercia (of "Sexo con Amor" and "El rey de los huevones"), a text interview with screenwriter, Rodrigo Cuevas, a gallery of behind the scenes moments, and a interactive time line which shows how the Herrera family interacts with Chilean history. More…


Una Mina por Dentro

La Tercera

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Produced by: Eileen Mignoni, Vicky Martinez, Paula Tala, Rigoberto Jofré

Explores a Chilean copper mine of the same size and type as that of Mina San Jose, in order to see what mines can do to protect their workers and why individuals chose to be miners. Includes a mixed media video speaking with a miner and the mine boss, gallery of photos showing the space beneath the earth and interactive graphic mapping out this particular mine and demonstrating its safety protocols. More…


Homeless in Camden Changing Faces

Jose F. Moreno Courier-Post Gannett

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Produced by: Jose F. Moreno

Camde isn't just the second-most dangerous city in country faced with losing half of its police force. Neglected woodlands and hundreds of abandoned buildings are home to a diverse homeless population that include people beyond South Jersey. More…