What is it like to have a mind you can't control? For three young people diagnosed with bipolar disorder, it's a brave journey into uncharted medical and emotional territory.
This one-hour documentary chronicles a 15-day, 225-mile whitewater rafting adventure through Grand Canyon by eight individuals with disabilities.
Autism: Coming of Age spotlights the lives of adults with autism and includes interviews with their families and support teams.
Alzheimer’s is the incurable disease that destroys memory, speech and function. Scientists say the number of Americans with Alzheimer's may triple by the year 2050.
WXXI will carry live coverage of New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo's 2012 State of the State Address.
Cognitively challenged teens and young adults stage the original musical, Assuming Assumptions.
WXXI's Community Cinema invites you to a free screening of a film that questions whether the yearly celebration of Black History Month is having any detrimental effects on the teaching of Black history.
Join us for a film screening of the documentary about the loveable red puppet and the man behind it.
Gain unique insight into what made Steve Jobs tick.
Tune in for an exciting new season of Live from Hochstein.
Enter into the lives of the wolves and other wildlife thriving in the “dead zone” around Chernobyl.
What do you get when you take a P.I. firm, add in a bunch of soccer moms, official sponsorship from Glock, a lying boss, and delusions of grandeur?
Women, War & Peace focuses on the under-reported stories of the women who are changing the rules of engagement in conflict hotspots all over the world.
WXXI's Community Cinema invites you to a free screening of a film that chronicles a woman weightlifter's career.
WXXI's Community Cinema invites you to a free screening of We Still Live Here-Âs Nutayuneân.
A host of diverse voices debate the need and purpose of wilderness in a visually stunning new documentary by John Howe.
ESCOLA DE SAMBA centers on the creation of the Sao Paulo Carnival, an all-consuming party which takes place annually throughout Brazil.
Filmmaker Laura Varela examines the personal toll of the Vietnam War, and asks the question, “Does a soldier, his family and community ever really heal from the wounds of war?”
WXXI captures the making of the 2011 Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Big Shot, and shares stories from past years of this photography project.
This week on Need to Know Rochester on WXXI-TV, a lesson in the controversial gas drilling practice known as hydrofracking from WXXI's Innovation Trail.