At the age of 96, Miriam Weissenstein never imagined that she would be facing a new chapter in her life. But when The Photo House - her late husband Rudi’s life’s work - was destined for demolition, even this opinionated and uncompromising woman knew she needed help. Director Tamar Tal captures the heart-wrenching, humourous journey of Miriam and her grandson, Ben, as they join forces to save the shop and its nearly one million negatives that document Israel’s defining moments.
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Quest for Bannockburn
Seven hundred years ago, Robert the Bruce's overwhelming victory over the English at the Battle of Bannockburn helped seal Scotland's future as an independent kingdom. How did...
National Geographic Specials - Stonehenge Decoded
For 5,000 years, the purpose of Stonehenge has remained a mystery, but archaeologists have come up with a new theory to explain this...
The Great War Tour
Norm Christie takes us on a pilgrimage to significant Great War sites - some famous, others almost totally unknown - and tells the stories of Canadian men and women whose skills...
Guggenheim and the Baroness
We know the Guggenheim Museum, but we do not know the story behind it - the story of its founding director: Hilla Rebay. Why have we never heard of her before?
Finding the Fallen
At the end of the Great War, nearly two million soldiers were missing, presumed dead. Almost a century later, the battlegrounds of France and Belgium are surrendering their secrets...
China's Capitalist Revolution
This two-part documentary tells the story of the biggest turnaround in world history - the conversion of the Chinese Communist Party to capitalism. When Chairman...
Fake or Fortune?
Internationally esteemed art dealer Philip Mould - known in the art world as 'The Master Sleuth' - and journalist Fiona Bruce return for a third season of Fake or Fortune? Filled with...
I Am Not A Rock Star
What happens to child prodigies when they grow up? Since the age of five, Marika Bournaki has been focused on becoming a world-class pianist. This candid documentary follows...