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TORONTO, April 25 /CNW/ - In June, documentaries on TVO reveal the many
sides of Conrad Black, capture the forces that shape our planet, unfold the
beauty of Islamic art, and deconstruct the mind of a brilliant but forgotten
On June 13 at 10 pm on the "View From Here," filmmaker Debbie Melnyk's
"Citizen Black" catches up with embattled media mogul Conrad Black just as his
empire is beginning to crumble.
Beginning June 5 at 10 pm, the three-part nature documentary "Amazing
Planet" uses computer-generated imagery to see in seconds what took nature
eons to create.
On June 29 and July 6 at 7 pm, explore Islam's rich and significant
contribution to western art and culture through an epic journey of discovery
across the Muslim world in the two-part "Paradise Found."
The mysterious life of immensely influential architect Louis Khan is
explored by his son Nathaniel in the "Masterworks" presentation of "My
Architect: A Son's Journey" airing June 14 at 10 pm. Continuing the
architecture theme, "Masterworks" presents the two-part "Frank Lloyd Wright"
June 21 and 28 at 10 pm.
And as always there's a great line up of cinema on "Saturday Night at the
Movies" and "The Interviews" exploring themes of beauty with "The Elephant
Man;" violence with two Sam Peckinpah classics; the union movement with "Norma
Rae;" the influence of Orson Welles with "The Third Man" and "Lady from
Shanghai;" and the genius of Peter Sellers with "Dr. Strangelove" and "The
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