Zero Degree Turn
Zero Degree Turn is a 2007 television series, made through the cooperation of Iran, Hungary, France and Lebanon. The program was one of most expensive and elaborate ever produced by Iran and attracted a large audience there. It is based on a real life story about Iranian diplomat Abdol Hossein Sardari who saved Jews in 1940s Paris during the Nazi Occupation by giving out Iranian passports and allowing them refuge in the Iranian Embassy. Although it has been noted that neither character names nor the story are close to Sardari’s story.
Parlez-moi was an educational television series which was produced and broadcast by TVOntario from 1978 to 1980, with repeat broadcasts for several years afterwards. The host was Marc Favreau, who…
I Am Rebel
Alien Mysteries is a Canadian UFO documentary series featuring eyewitness testimony that is produced by Exploration Production Inc. for Discovery Channel. Alien Mysteries showcases the real life stories of ordinary…