Coffee Culture is a new docuseries that follows the journey of a passionate coffee producer as they delve into the bustling coffee scene of Los Angeles. Join host Juliana Zeledon, owner of the award-winning Costa Rican coffee producer Down to Earth, as she explores the cultural landscape of L.A.’s rich coffee scene.
“The Phenomenon of Cyberpunk” – separates fact from science-fiction, exploring the movement’s gritty technological setting, antiauthoritarian archetypes, corporate-urban fusion, counter-culture iconography, subverted neo-futurism, and the diminishing line between perception and reality. The episode unravels the inspirations behind cyberpunk, as well as its influence across art, literature, film, architecture, and gaming.
The docufilm features interviews and commentary from Sherryl Vint, John Semley, and David Roh.
Immerse into the world of the Agent, featured in "The Phenomenon of Cyberpunk", as her mainframe is hacked by a mysterious source, she starts to question her sole purpose as a highly-trained assassin for a major conglomerate with a hidden and dark agenda. Is this her singularity moment? Who's hacked into her nerve center? What's her next move?
Time Machines dives into the implausible endurance of the mechanical watch, shedding light on the psychology behind a universal allure that has transcended generations and cultural boundaries for centuries.
Time Machines features interviews and commentary from Dr. Andrew Dillon, Daniel Dae Kim, Nicolas Stecher, and Eric Wind.
The Phenomenon of Misinformation takes an in-depth look at the rise of false, inaccurate, and misleading information and conspiracy theories dominating our current cultural and political climate. By examining the agendas and motives behind this threat, this episode defines misinformation versus disinformation, how they spread through social media, and their dangerous effects on the public.
This documentary features interviews and commentary from Ira Hyman, Amy Yee, Ilana Strauss, and Timothy Caulfield.