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1. Game of Thrones (2011 TV Series)
Episode: The Broken Man (2016)
The Hound was saved by Brother Ray, the leader of a community, and has a peaceful life working as woodman. When three men from the Brotherhood threaten the villagers, The Hound is worried about but Brother Ray does not believe in violence anymore. Margaery seems to be converted by the High-Sparrow, but when she learns that her grandmother Oleanna Tyrrell is in danger, she contacts her to convince Oleanna to leave King's Landing. Jon. Sansa and Davos are searching for allies to vanquish Ramsay and retake Winterfell. Jaime and Bronn arrive at the Blackfish Castle and Jaime tries to convince him to surrender to the siege to his castle. Theon and Yara are resting in a brothel and waiting for uncle Euron's attack. Arya makes arrangements to return to Westeros but she is stabbed by the Waif.
2. Game of Thrones (2011 TV Series)
Episode: No One (2016)
Arya recovers after being helped by the actress whose life she saved, Lady Crane, whom she finds murdered when she wakes up as Waif catches up with her. The Hound goes on a revenge trip and finally reunites himself with Beric. Cersei uses the Mountain to get back at the High Sparrow and his people. Then she receives the cruel news that her son, king Tommen, is manipulated by the high Sparrow to ban the trial by combat in the seven kingdoms. Brienne and Podrick reach Jaime and Bronn. Brienne makes an offer to Jaime to get him, Sansa and the Blackfish satisfied. She tries to convince the Blackfish to take his army North and help Sansa get Winterfell back. As Jaime threatens to kill Lord Edmure's son, Edmure decides to help Jaime take Riverrun. Daenerys comes back to the pyramid in Meereen.
In Braavos, Lady Crane finds the wounded Arya hidden in her chamber. She stitches her wounds and gives a potion to Arya to sleep. When Arya wakes up, she finds that the Waif has just killed Lady Crane and wants to kill her. Arya flees and is hunted down by the Waif. In Riverlands, Clegane seeks revenge and hunts down the men from the Brotherhood without Banners that killed the settlers; he stumbles upon Beric that invites him to join his group. In Meereen, life seems to be normal; however the Masters send vessels to attack the city. In King's Landing, Cersei challenges the Faith Militant and Gregor defends her killing one fanatic that has attacked him. Out of the blue, King Tommen announces a surprising decision that affects his mother and Loras. Brienne unsuccessfully tries to convince Blackfish to surrender his castle to Jaime. But Jaime makes a deal with Edmure that is released, returns to the castle and surrenders it to Jaime.
3. Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret (2014 Documentary)
Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret is a groundbreaking feature-length environmental documentary following intrepid filmmaker Kip Andersen as he uncovers the most destructive industry facing the planet today and investigates why the world's leading environmental organizations are too afraid to talk about it. As eye-opening as Blackfish and as inspiring as An Inconvenient Truth, this shocking yet humorous documentary reveals the absolutely devastating environmental impact large-scale factory farming has on our planet, and offers a path to global sustainability for a growing population.
4. Blackfish (2013 Documentary)
Notorious killer whale Tilikum is responsible for the deaths of three individuals, including a top killer whale trainer. Blackfish shows the sometimes devastating consequences of keeping such intelligent and sentient creatures in captivity.
BLACKFISH tells the story of Tilikum, a notoriously aggressive orca that killed three people while in captivity. Director Gabriela Cowperthwaite uses shocking footage and emotional interviews to present a convincing case against keeping these wild animals for human entertainment.
"Blackfish," is a documentary film about the multiple incidents, including the three deaths, that prompted the ongoing court case between Sea World, and OSHA, the "Occupational Safety and Health Admissions". These 3 deaths, which included 2 Orca trainers, were caused by Sea World's infamous bull Orca "Tilikum." Through a series of interviews with former Orca trainers that worked with, or around Tilikum, and other problematic captive Orca, the film tries to find an explanation for what happened.
5. American Dream (2017 Documentary)
From the Executive Producers of the acclaimed documentary Blackfish and director Joel N Clark comes an epic trek of survival, hope, mercy, and human will. An expectant mother determined to give her unborn child a life she never knew. A devoted son torn between seeking freedom and living far from the home and mother he loves. A daughter struggling to comprehend the cost of losing her family in order to begin one of her own in a new land. This is the story of American Dream.
6. The Dolphin Dealer (2008 Documentary)
Venture into the murky waters of the illegal dolphin trade in International Wildlife Film Festival Merit Award winner The Dolphin Dealer. Five years in the making and featuring unprecedented footage of the illicit world of dolphin trading, it profiles Christopher Porter, who infamously perpetrated the largest capture and export of dolphins in history - an act he maintains was justified. Like Blackfish before it, The Dolphin Dealer is a haunting portrait of the ethics of the billion-dollar aquatic leisure industry.
7. Tilikum Has Died (2017 Documentary)
Tilikum, the killer whale who was the subject of Blackfish, has died. And it's all SeaWorld's fault for keeping him in captivity at their amusement park for 33 years. He didn't got to know freedom again, never got to feel the ocean currents, and never got to see his family again. SeaWorld's announcement to quit it's orca-breeding program came soon after the tragedy.
8. Fragile Waters (2014 Documentary)
The untold story of one of the most endangered marine mammals in the world and those who are working desperately to save them. Coastal Native tribes had a saying, "No fish, no Blackfish," which meant without Chinook salmon, there are no orcas. "Fragile Waters" is the story of connectivity, balance and finding solutions. It is also a call to action, for the Southern Resident Killer Whales are in a perilous and steady decline.
9. Into the Lighthouse (2000 Documentary)
From Emmy[TM] Award-winning producer and director Michael Fitzer comes "Into the Lighthouse," an eye-opening, sometimes brutal documentary about teens walking a tightrope of self-destruction. This rare and uncensored look inside the secret world of drug addiction management focuses on day-to-day life inside one of Kentucky's only adolescent drug and alcohol treatment centers. From 17-year old Josh who will do anything to leave the center and begin using drugs again to 16-year old Tate who struggles desperately to stay out of jail, these kids make sure their voices are heard and their experiences are understood. Using candid one-on-one interviews and cinema verite style... "Into the Lighthouse" takes an extraordinary look inside some of the most sensitive adolescent treatment methods in use today. In addition, the overall film illustrates with raw veracity, the affects of drug and alcohol abuse on America's youth population. 2000 © Blackfish Films, LLC
10. Life and Battles of Daniel Boone (1912 Short Film)
Daniel Boone, one of the most adventurous of all "pioneers of civilization." to whose courage, endurance and skill, America owes so much, was born in Virginia. At an early period, he emigrated to North Carolina, but his love of the wilderness not being sufficiently gratified here, he planned an expedition, and with a few adventurous men entered into Kentucky. On June 7th, 1769, he reached the famous Red River and was captured by a tribe of hostile Indians, who finally adopted him. At the first opportunity he escaped and fought his way back to a settlement. Shortly after, while agent for a Carolina company, he built a fort on the site now known as Boonesborough, and here were fought the greatest Indian battles in the history of that period. In 1777 that place was attacked several times by bands of Indians who were repulsed with heavy losses. On the 6th of August, 1777, that famous battle of Boonesborough was fought; 450 Indians led by Chief Blackfish and officered by French Canadian renegades attacked the fort. In spite of repeated assaults, that little garrison of less than fifty men set at defiance its enemies, who were finally obliged to return with heavy losses. Besides being famous as an Indian fighter, he was also noted as a successful hunter and trapper, which vocation he followed to almost the last few years of his life. He died a peaceful death in his son's home in 1822, surrounded by his children and grandchildren. In portraying this wonderful life, great pains have been taken to accurately reproduce the famous battles, as well as locations mentioned in history, and the result is a magnificent production of Indian and pioneer life, seldom, if ever, equaled in moving pictures.
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