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Sick Of Online Dating? This Short Is For You

The Internet has irrefutably changed the way we relate with–and date–one another. Pew Research Center reports that approximately one in five adults ages 25-34 have used online dating, and as apps like Tinder and Happn grow in popularity, the likelihood of meeting your next boyfriend or girlfriend without the aid of an app or the internet seems quite low.

Filmmaker Samuel Abrahams takes on the topic in his delightful short, “Offline Dating.” See what fate befalls the protagonists who venture to find love…offline.

Inside The Life Of A Solitary Bee

According to Bristol, England-based conservation filmmakers Team Candiru, 90 percent of Britain’s bees are “solitary bees,” which are crucial pollinators whose value is little known or conserved.

Learn more about the daily affairs of these bees with this hi-resolution documentary by Candiru, and then brush up on your bee knowledge with us.

What’s The Real Price Of Your Dollar Burger?

When you hand over a dollar for a McDonald’s double cheeseburger, what exactly are you paying for? Does that dollar reflect the cost of current and future land use, labor or antibiotics given to the cows? If not, is such a system sustainable? What can be done on both the supply and demand side to make our tastes more morally and ecologically palatable?

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Border Lands: The Forbidding Beauty Of The US-Mexico Border

The 1,954-mile line separating the United States from Mexico runs through some of the most dangerous places in the world. More than a purely geographical marker, it is a space rife with death and destruction: hundreds–if not thousands–of people die each year trying to cross this invisible yet consequential line.

But as the video below shows, it’s not all suffering and chain link fences:

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