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The amazing feedback and success of the first ten documentaries has encouraged us to expand our production efforts to even greater levels. The creative team is consistently working on producing new and exciting productions. We will be releasing them on a consistent basis. Sign up here to receive notifications when new productions are released. (Your email will not be shared for promotional or marketing purposes.)

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When a bank robber broke into a bank in Stockholm, Sweden, and took several employees hostage, the situation was difficult enough. But when the hostages started siding with their captors and turning against their rescuers, matters took on a twisted shade of weird. Things got so far out of hand that when the police were finally able to free them, the hostages refused to cooperate! According to the dictionary, the “Stockholm syndrome” is the psychological tendency of a hostage to bond with, identify with, or sympathize with his or her captor. Learn about the dramatic account of how “Stockholm Syndrome” got its name!

Release Date – May 16

The Twin Towers Tightrope Walker

Philippe Petit had long dreamed of stretching a rope between the Twin Towers and walking across. When he finally did so, the police who came to arrest him were stunned. “Then he began jumping on the rope,” one of them said, “and I mean literally jumping; high into the air and landing on the rope, again and again. We were all speechless.” Though arrested, Petit became a hero and in so doing transformed the new World Trade Center, once viewed by the masses as a public nuisance, into a popular New York attraction.

 

The Courageous Climb

Though not the first person to ascend one of the Twin Towers up to the 110th floor, George Willig was the first to do so without the use of the staircase, choosing instead to scale the massive skyscraper climbing up its outer walls! Even the policemen on the roof who came to arrest him asked him for his autograph! Read about the climber who scaled the Twin Towers—one step at a time.

Soon To Be Released

Due to the COVID-19 quarantine, we offered to stream ZUSMAN free of charge during Chol Hamoed. As it turned out, due to the large size of a three-hour show, coupled with the fact that thousands of people visited the site at the same time, the site froze.

After non-stop round-the-clock effort, we managed to get the site going. However, we are getting a lot of complaints that the documentaries are freezing. So, in order to be able to continue streaming ZUSMAN without interfering with the other documentaries, we must perform certain updates to the ZUSMAN file. We will make every effort to complete this update as soon as possible and we will restart the stream free of charge.

Release Date – April 25

Due to the COVID-19 quarantine, we offered to stream ZUSMAN free of charge during Chol Hamoed. As it turned out, due to the large size of a three-hour show, coupled with the fact that thousands of people visited the site at the same time, the site froze.

After non-stop round-the-clock effort, we managed to get the site going. However, we are getting a lot of complaints that the documentaries are freezing. So, in order to be able to continue streaming ZUSMAN without interfering with the other documentaries, we must perform certain updates to the ZUSMAN file. We will make every effort to complete this update as soon as possible and we will restart the stream free of charge.

Release Date – April 25

Due to the COVID-19 quarantine, we offered to stream ZUSMAN free of charge during Chol Hamoed. As it turned out, due to the large size of a three-hour show, coupled with the fact that thousands of people visited the site at the same time, the site froze.

After non-stop round-the-clock effort, we managed to get the site going. However, we are getting a lot of complaints that the documentaries are freezing. So, in order to be able to continue streaming ZUSMAN without interfering with the other documentaries, we must perform certain updates to the ZUSMAN file. We will make every effort to complete this update as soon as possible and we will restart the stream free of charge.

Release Date – April 25

Due to the COVID-19 quarantine, we offered to stream ZUSMAN free of charge during Chol Hamoed. As it turned out, due to the large size of a three-hour show, coupled with the fact that thousands of people visited the site at the same time, the site froze.

After non-stop round-the-clock effort, we managed to get the site going. However, we are getting a lot of complaints that the documentaries are freezing. So, in order to be able to continue streaming ZUSMAN without interfering with the other documentaries, we must perform certain updates to the ZUSMAN file. We will make every effort to complete this update as soon as possible and we will restart the stream free of charge.

Release Date – April 25

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We hope people will appreciate the value in this project and support our undertaking. A very important part of your support is not to encourage anyone who downloads and copies the content for distribution outside our web platform. Many digital content businesses have failed due to piracy undermining its revenue model. Keep in mind that, besides for the halachic and moral issues of copying material without permission from an organization that has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to develop it—it will also be counterproductive in the long run, as they will be forced to stop producing any new material.

Yours truly, the ZMAN team