Once a rarity, centenarians are becoming noticeably less unusual. How have they managed to live so long in such good health?
A Summer in the Cage: An Inside Look at Bipolar Disorder
This unique collaboration between a filmmaker and the subject of his work captures a personal battle with bipolar disorder while addressing the filmmakerís role in documenting mental illness. At his friend Samís request, Ben Selkow turned the lens on Sam when Samís disturbing behavior led to a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. Sam speaks candidly about living with the disease and describes its phases as he experiences them on camera. As Samís story unfolds, Selkow is forced to consider the ethical responsibilities of a documentary filmmaker witnessing his subjectís distress. The program includes illuminating commentary from Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison.
Directed by Di Tatham Institutional Version
Part of the Life Series
Ageing With Community
Directed by Annie O'Donoghue Institutional Version
Part of the Ways We Live: Exploring Community Series
AIDS in Africa
Roger Pyke Productions in Co-production with The National Film Board Of Canada
All About Us: The Human Genome
Genetically speaking, only half a percentís difference separates any two human beings in the world, less of a difference than that between any two chimpanzees or gorillas.
All of Me
Directed by Alexandra Lescaze
Allergies and Hay Fever
While hay feveróalso known as allergic rhinitisócan cause seasonal or even year-round misery, allergy sufferers have reason for optimism.