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Discoveries: Use as Intended
What kind of future are we building with the tools we have today? In this season of “Discoveries,” Justine Underhill endeavors to answer that question. In this episode, she looks at internet-connected devices: What vulnerabilities are they creating, and do their benefits outweigh their risks? She investigates, along the way talking to security technologist Bruce Schneier, Chad Seaman of Akamai and Doug McKee of McAfee. Finished. For license.
On The Road: Italy
Grant and Steve travel to Florence where they discuss the country’s fragmented history, the formation of modern-day banking and examine the effect of the Medici family on Florence and beyond. Filmed in Florence, Italy. Finished. For license.
Venezuela: State Of Disaster
The downfall of Venezuela serves as a modern-day macro tragedy. Once the richest nation in Latin America, Venezuela is now a broken economy enveloped in crime, corruption and hyperinflation. This ground-breaking documentary captures the contrast between millions of starving Venezuelans and the government officials who continue to thrive. Finished. For license.
Incredible Future of India
Raoul Pal examines whether India has the potential to become the best macro investment of the next 20 years. The country has a young and dynamic population, and a government that wants to tap into this demographic dividend with an ambitious plan to grow its physical infrastructure and its digital footprint. A grand tour of the big themes that could drive the Indian economy powerfully forward. Finished. For license.
The Coming Retirement Crisis
In this hard-hitting Real Vision special, Raoul Pal presents the single most important financial topic of a generation — the Baby Boomer retirement crisis. He asks the hard questions: Can you afford to retire? How will the coming crisis impact your life? What risks are you unknowingly taking with your retirement? What can you do about it? Market tested with over 700K views, it’s a highly emotional and personal topic that affects everyone. Feature length documentary in development. Co-production.
A World On The Brink
Available for license as a series or feature length documentary, A World on The Brink examines how technology and globalization have impacted the world we live in and how the many complex systems, agreements and structures from across centuries are coming under increasing pressure. To gain an understanding, we delve back through history to the 300-year-old Westphalian Order and then move forward to the liberal international system and the rules based order. Aired on PBS stations nationwide.
Gold: The Story of Man's 6,000 Year Obsession
Grant Williams presents the definitive analysis of gold, in a two-part Real Vision documentary, to understand why gold became money and has outlasted every alternative currency for thousands of years. Featuring an incredible collection of experts and market analysts, Real Vision charts the history of the yellow metal, and shows us why gold has retained its unique place at the center of the global financial system. Aired on five networks worldwide, including PBS America (in primetime) and History Channel in Australasia. Also airing on major airlines worldwide. Selected as Documentary of the Month by KLM Airlines.
Fraud, Intimidation and Truth: Marc Cohodes' Last Stand
Grant Williams visits Marc Cohodes at his farm in Sonoma County to hear the astonishing story of the famed shortseller’s year-long battle with MiMedx – a company he calls the biggest fraud he’s ever seen. Marc details the prodigious amount of work he’s undertaken to expose the fraud, his pleas to regulators and the extraordinary story of an FBI visit to his home at the bequest of the head of the Senate Ethics Committee.
The Humble Approach to Managing Billions
Joe Duran, founder and CEO of United Capital, explains how the role of a chief executive has changed amid a turbulent political climate. Specifically, Joe discusses how he used introspection and behavioral economics in order to become a titan in the financial services business overseeing $24 billion in assets under management. Additionally, Joe offers a plethora of perspectives on Nike, General Electric, Google, machine learning, Bitcoin, autonomous driving and President Trump.
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