All Documentaries

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Loose Change | 130 minutes
Was the United States Government responsible for the attacks of September 11th, 2001? This is the "Final Cut" of the "Loose Change" films, released in November, 2007.
9/11 Forgotten Heroes | 28 minutes
With all of the money donated to 9-11 victims, why are the health needs of those who were first to report to Ground Zero being ignored? And did the White House intentionally put them at risk?
Tall buildings shatter in 10 seconds, while steel beams buckle as if crushed by Superman and a volcano of ash darkens the sky. Can jet fuel perform such a feat?
9/11 Press For Truth | 84 minutes
Out of the grieving thousands left behind on September 11th, a small group of activist families emerged to demand answers. In 9/11 Press For Truth, six of them (including three of the famous "Jersey Girls") tell for the first time the powerful story of how they took on the powers in Washington, and won, compelling an investigation, only to subsequently watch the 9/11 Commission fail in answering m
A Place Called Chiapas | 93 minutes
A Canadian film maker goes to Mexico to film the struggle of the people of Chiapas, led by Marcos, a university philosophy professor from the city turned revolutionary.
Afghan Massacre | 50 minutes
In a film so controversial that U.S. media won't even mention it, this Irish producer provides eyewitness testimony claiming that U.S. troops were complicit in the massacre of 3,000 Taliban prisoners during the Afghan War.
America's Secret War | 43 minutes
This History Channel documentary will shock you in its investigation of the CIA performing mind control experiments on its own unwitting innocent citizens. From prostitute secret agents, to acclaimed scientists using people as guinea pigs, to shredded documents, this film has all the intrigue of a fiction thriller without the fiction.
American Blackout | 90 minutes
Is there a concerted effort to discourage Americans from voting? What happened when Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney chose to play an active role in the investigation of the voting systems?
The life and career of one of America's most tenacious consumer advocates and political activists is brought to the screen in this richly detailed documentary.
Apartheid Did Not Die | 51 minutes
Apartheid Did Not Die provides analysis of South Africa's then new, democratic government.
Argentina went from a South American powerhouse to a country where everyone lost their money and goods were worth a quarter of their value overnight. This film tells a story of corruption, capitalism and what happens when the majority of a country's politicians sell out.
A BBC Dispatches investigation questions the effectiveness of the measures taken in protecting the public from potential terrorist attacks.
Auschwitz: Episode 2 | 50 minutes
The history of the Final Solution phase of the Nazi Holocaust, particularly within the most infamous of the death camps. The second episode, "Orders and Initiatives", tells of the lengths traveled to in trying to reach the orders of 'the Final Solution', and how despite claims that they were only following orders, many of the perpetrators were conscious of their actions.
Auschwitz: Episode 3 | 50 minutes
The history of the Final Solution phase of the Nazi Holocaust, particularly within the most infamous of the death camps. The third episode, "Factories of Death", looks at the increasing efficiency of the exterminations at Auschwitz and Treblinka, and the widening field of capture for Jews, including France and the British Channel Islands.
Auschwitz: Episode 4 | 50 minutes
The history of the Final Solution phase of the Nazi Holocaust, particularly within the most infamous of the death camps. The fourth episode, "Corruption", tells the story of the widespread corruption by SS officers at Auschwitz, taking valuables from the bodies of those gassed and having affairs with prisoners, and the even more corrupt way in which this was handled.
Auschwitz: Episode 5 | 50 minutes
The history of the Final Solution phase of the Nazi Holocaust, particularly within the most infamous of the death camps. The fifth espisode, "Frenzied Killing", shows us that as the scale of the fight heated up, so did the killing, with the entrance of Adolf Eichmann into Hungary and the liquidation of the gypsy camp at Auschwitz.
Auschwitz: Episode 6 | 50 minutes
The history of the Final Solution phase of the Nazi Holocaust, particularly within the most infamous of the death camps. The sixth episode, "Liberation and Revenge", tells the story of the chaos following the liberation of the camps, as Nazis escape into hiding and Jews struggle to find somewhere to settle, some forming avenging groups.
Join a journalist as he travels to Africa to see if British American Tobacco is breaking its own code of ethics by marketing to children.
Why have so many Muslims come to hate the West? In this controversial three-part series filmed in Lebanon, Gaza, Israel, Egypt, and Bosnia, Robert Fisk, award-winning Middle East and Balkans correspondent for the London Independent, reports on Muslim unrest as ideology, religion, history, and geography come into conflict. In doing so he introduces us to a perspective of history we rarely see.
Why have so many Muslims come to hate the West? In this controversial three-part series filmed in Lebanon, Gaza, Israel, Egypt, and Bosnia, Robert Fisk, award-winning Middle East and Balkans correspondent for the London Independent, reports on Muslim unrest as ideology, religion, history, and geography come into conflict. In doing so he introduces us to a perspective of history we rarely see.
Why have so many Muslims come to hate the West? In this controversial three-part series filmed in Lebanon, Gaza, Israel, Egypt, and Bosnia, Robert Fisk, award-winning Middle East and Balkans correspondent for the London Independent, reports on Muslim unrest as ideology, religion, history, and geography come into conflict. In doing so he introduces us to a perspective of history we rarely see.
Beyond Treason | 89 minutes
Did you know that over 500,000 'Gulf-War veterans' are currently receiving disability compensation from the U.S. government even though only 467 were wounded in the gulf war conflict? What is 'Gulf War Syndrome' and is the U.S. intentionally using illegal weapons that are killing and maiming not only civilians but also its own soldiers?
Bhutto | 151 minutes
This documentary leads us through the tumultuous life of Benazir Bhutto. Quoted as saying, "Democracy is the greatest revenge", Bhutto lived comfortably in Europe until she was called into politics after the 1979 assassination of her father, Pakistan's first democratically elected president, in a U.S.-backed military coup. Years later Benazir Bhutto would become the first female president in an Is
Big Bucks, Big Pharma | 45 minutes
This new documentary looks at how illness is used, manipulated, and, in some instances, created by pharmaceutical companies to make greater profits.
Black Wallstreet | 45 minutes
Take a journey to Tulsa Oklahoma 1921 to learn about the worst race riot in US history.
Blood Coltan | 50 minutes
You probably have something in your pocket right now that was made possible by brutal rebel groups, exploiting young african laborers...your cellphone. Men, women and children risk their lives and wellbeings to get you the mineral Coltan. Never heard about this? Watch this film.
Blood Diamonds | 88 minutes
Do you really know where your diamonds come from? What you may learn about how diamonds are obtained and who profits from their sale may surprise you.
Body of War | 87 minutes
Body of War is a 2007 documentary portraying Iraq War veteran Tomas Young. Bill Moyers Journal featured a one hour special about Body of War including interviews with filmmakers Ellen Spiro and Phil Donahue.
Brazil Slum Warfare | 24 minutes
When you look past Rio's beautiful beaches and Brazil's booming economy, you will find the slums; the favelas. These brave reporters take you there on a search for the drug lords who run a second state.
Breaking Ranks | 46 minutes
So what happens when a soldier from the Iraq war decides that he's done with the war before the government does? He moves to Canada! Here are their stories.
Breaking the Mirror | 51 minutes
The Mirror was one of England's most respected papers. Now it has become a sensationalist paper, more bent on selling papers and making advertisers happy than on providing the truth to the working class. Pilger explains how this happened and what Rupert Murdoch, owner of Fox News, had to do with it.
Breaking the Silence | 52 minutes
Award-winning journalist John Pilger investigates the discrepancies between American and British claims for the 'war on terror' and the facts on the ground as he finds them in Afghanistan and Washington, DC.
Stanislaw Burzynski, MD, PhD boldly challenged the Food and Drug Administration for his right to begin FDA-approved clinical trials on a breakthrough cancer treatment he developed. Burzynski tells the true story of a medical doctor and Ph.D biochemist who won the largest, and possibly the most convoluted and intriguing legal battle against the Food & Drug Administration in American history.
Bush's Brain | 78 minutes
"Bush's Brain" chronicles the life and work of Karl Rove, currently the Senior Advisor to President Bush. When this documentary was shot Karl Rove was unknown to most Americans. He was the most powerful man America had never heard of.
Cambodia: Year Zero | 59 minutes
John Pilger vividly reveals the brutality and murderous political ambitions of the Pol Pot / Khmer Rouge totalitarian regime.
Capitalism | 127 minutes
Capitalism: A Love Story is a 2009 American documentary film directed, written by and starring Michael Moore. The film centers on the late-2000s financial crisis and the recovery stimulus, while putting forward an indictment of the current economic order in the United States and capitalism in general.
What is going on in Chechnya? Why are Chechen rebels committing acts of terrorism in Russia? And why are they complaining of the murdering of civilians by the Russians?
Child Slavery in India | 21 minutes
This short film explores the story of a man who has dedicated his life to saving as many child slaves as possible.
This short film looks at how China, a country where human rights are often not respected, is expanding to Africa, a continent where worker rights violations are often not regulated.
China's Olympic Lie | 24 minutes
Unreported world investigates claims that the chinese government is steamrolling houses and locking up anyone that complains in preperation for the 2008 Olympics.
Christmas | 32 minutes
Ever wonder what the meaning of Christmas is? After watching this film, you will never look at Christmas the same, and you'll probably wish you'd never asked.
Episode 1 of this 3 part series on climate change. It looks at the history of climate change and the mistakes which were made by the scientific community
Episode 2 of this 3 part series on climate change. It looks at the arguments forwarded by global warming sceptics
Episode 3 of this 3 part series on climate change. It looks at the challenges now faced by scientists from global warming
Code Name: Artichoke | 53 minutes
A now adult son tries to prove that his father, a CIA agent, was assasinated by the CIA because he knew too much. Along the way, he investigates torture, WMD and the anthrax attacks.
Collateral Murder | 17 minutes
On July 6, 2010, Private Bradley Manning, a 22 year old intelligence analyst with the United States Army in Baghdad, was charged with disclosing this video (after allegedly speaking to an unfaithful journalist). The whistleblower behind the Pentagon Papers, Daniel Ellsberg, has called Mr. Manning a 'hero'. He is currently imprisoned in Kuwait. The Apache crew and those behind the cover up depicted
CONGO | 109 minutes
What is the most massive case of terror by a government in the last two centuries? If you guessed 'The Holocaust,' you're wrong. King Leopold II of Belgium acquired Congo as a colony and exploited its people during his 'reign of terror,' a terrible genocide that has unfortunately been mostly forgotten.
Looks at the conspiracy theories concerning the Pearl Harbor attack and whether FDR knew in advance of the attack
Control Room | 85 minutes
A 2004 documentary film about Al Jazeera and its relations with the US Central Command (CENTCOM), as well as the other news organizations that covered the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Cover-up in Oklahoma | 108 minutes
Looks at evidence and news reports pointing to a cover-up in the Oklahoma City Bombings. Was this a cover-up?
Darwin's Nightmare | 105 minutes
An edible Nile perch was introduced into Lake Victoria in order to make money. Though this goal was accomplished, something went horribly wrong. This film discusses the complex issues of fisheries and how they interact with local ecology. This film puts the fisheries in context from a social economic standpoint within the struggle of globalization.
Death of A Nation | 74 minutes
On December 7, 1975 Indonesia secretly - but with the complicity of the Western powers including the US, the UK, and Australia - invaded the small nation of East Timor. Two Australian television crews attempting to document the invasion were murdered. In 1993, with the Indonesian army still occupying the country, John Pilger and his crew including director David Munro, slipped into East Timor and
Blacked out or dismissed by corporate news outlets, reports of massive vote fraud in the 2004 presidential election circulated on the internet and independent media. What if it can be proven that George W. Bush didn't win the election of 2004 but rather lost by several million votes?
Divorce, Iranian Style | 81 minutes
What is it really like to get divorced in Iran? This documentary shows how the system works in this conservative, Islamic culture. The film not only gives a glimpse of how the divorce process and mediation is in Iran but introduces a few interesting love stories gone awry.
Earthlings | 95 minutes
Using hidden cameras and never-before-seen footage, "Earthlings" chronicles the cruelty of the day-to-day practices of the largest industries in the world, all of which rely on animals for profit.
Empire in the Andes | 49 minutes
What exactly is Plan Columbia? Between the Columbian military, paramilitary groups and FARC, who is and should the US be supporting, and how does the war on terror and the war on drugs affect US influence in South America?
Enron | 105 minutes
This searing examination of the Enron accounting scandal reveals the psychology of greed and corporate corruption that facilitated the company's rise to power and also its fall. The principals tried to walk away millionaires while employees and investors were left with nothing, not even their 401K retirement savings. This is the interesting story of how America was fooled to believe in the illusi
The assassination of JFK is quite possibly the most famous and most questioned ever. Why did Jacklyn Kennedy refuse to take off her blood stained dress before arriving in front of high ranking officials and proclaim, "Let them see what they have done". By providing evidence that puts doubt in the official story, this film discusses which officials were involved, who pulled the trigger and why. Thi
Who was JFK angering behind the scenes, and why did they have a motive to kill him? What was Kennedy planning on doing that was so revolutionary to the establishment? This is Episode 2 of the 5 part series. We recommend watching this series starting with Episode 1.
Who was Edgar Hoover? Was he in the pocket of the mafia, and what would him being secretly gay have anything to do with John F. Kennedy's assasination? And you thought politics was boring! This is Episode 3 of the 5 part series. We recommend watching this series starting with Episode 1.
Who was Robert F. Kennedy? What did he stand for and why was he assasinated? And how was this associated with the assasination of his brother? And who was that girl in the blue polka dot dress that gleefully claimed to have killed him on the scene of his murder? These are topics discussed in this 4th episode of a 5 episode series. We recommend watching the series starting with episode 1.
Is there any evidence that the CIA conducted hypnosis and brainwashing experiments? Why was the one man that survived the Jonestown massacre a top CIA agent and why do hypnotism experts alledge that Sirhan Sirhan was hypnotized during the shooting of Bobby Kennedy? This is Episode 5 of the 5 part series. We recommend watching this series starting with Episode 1.
Was Martin Luther King Jr. assassinated by James Earl Ray, or did the government have something to do with it? And was there any connection with the Kennedy assassinations? This film may surprise you.
Exporting Harm | 23 minutes
Millions upon millions of old computers and electronics are trashed every year. So where are these toxic elements going?
Episode 1 of this eight-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at the rise of Malcolm X and the 'call for power'
Episode 1 of this eight-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at the rise of Malcolm X and the 'call for power'
Episode 3 of this eight-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at the rise of Black Power, the election of Carl Stokes and the Black Panther Party.
Episode 4 of this eight-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at Martin Luther's King's efforts in the years preceding his death and the impact of his assassination on the civil rights movement.
Episode 5 of this eight-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at the influence of Muhammad Ali.
Episode 6 of this eight-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at police violence and the death of two Black Panther Leaders.
Episode 6 of this eight-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at the rise of Black Power, the election of Carl Stokes and the Black Panther Party.
Episode 7 of this eight-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at the effects of the anti-discrimination legal rights with some whites challenging them and blacks striving to show they can work.
Episode 8 of this eight-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at the black community in Miami where civil strife is high and also the black community in Chicago where Harold Washington is elected as mayor, the first black mayor.
Series topics range from the Montgomery bus boycott in 1954 to the Voting Rights Act in 1965; from community power in schools to ""Black Power"" in the streets; from early acts of individual courage through to the flowering of a mass movement and its eventual split into factions. Episode 1 of this six-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at the murder of Emmet Till and the Mont
Episode 2 of this six-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at the obstacles posed by local law and how it affected students. Covers the Little Rock Nine and James Meredith.
Episode 3 of this six-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at students taking on leadership roles and organizing 'sit-ins'. Looks at Freedom Riders and their attempts to desegregate buses.
Episode 4 of this six-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at the varying success of mass movements and the influence of Martin Luther King.
Episode 5 of this six-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at the murder of 3 activists in Mississippi and the challenge on the Mississippi delegation at the Democratic Convention.
Episode 6 of this six-part series on the American Civil Rights Movement. Looks at the march to Selma.
Fidel Castro; hero or villain? This documentary paints a different Fidel than what most know.
Flying the Flag | 50 minutes
John Pilger and David Munro look behind the political rhetoric and discover the world of international arms dealing.
Fool Me Twice | 116 minutes
Covering several events but focusing on the Indonesian nightclub attacks, this film aims to debunk the official story and point to an inside job.
Freedom Downtime | 121 minutes
Freedom Downtime is a 2001 documentary film sympathetic to the convicted computer hacker Kevin Mitnick, directed by Emmanuel Goldstein and produced by 2600 Films. The documentary centers on the fate of Mitnick, who is claimed to have been misrepresented in the feature film Takedown (2000) produced by Miramax and adapted from the book by the same name by Tsutomu Shimomura and John Markoff, which
Freedom to Fascism | 112 minutes
Join Aaron Russo as he explores the connection between income tax collection and the erosion of civil liberties in America.
Ghosts of Abu Ghraib | 78 minutes
What really happened at Abu Gahraib, the infamous prison where guards took pictures of tortured prisoners? And who was responsible? Maybe we should hear what the guards have to say..
Swedish documentary that looks at the ties between the torture methods used in Guantanamo Bay and those used in Iraq
Global Dimming | 47 minutes
What was it that one scientist measured the day after 9/11 2001 that caused him to make dire predictions on climate change? This film introduces the concept of global dimming, which will compound the severity of Global Warming if this scientists theories are correct.
Good Copy Bad Copy | 58 minutes
A documentary about the current state of copyright and culture, is a documentary about copyright and culture in the context of Internet, peer-to-peer file sharing and other technological advances
Up to 2000 Muslims were murdered with complicity of the provincial Hindu government of the Gujrat region of India. And the perpetrators confessed on tape. Unfortunately, powers at large are strong enough that video taped confessions were not strong enough to bring the perpetrators to trial.
Someday the name "Rick Simpson" with be a household name. He will be known as the man who rediscovered the cure for cancer by everyone. Rick's journey to finding the cure for cancer starts back in 2003. In 2003 Rick was diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma skin cancer. He had 3 spots of cancer on his body. 2 on his face and 1 on his neck. Rick's decision on how to handle this diagnosis would be wo
Hearts and Minds | 112 minutes
A courageous and startling film, Peter Davis' landmark documentary "Hearts and Minds" unflinchingly confronts the United States' involvement in Vietnam.
If you want to learn about the second Iraq war, you better first learn about what happenned about the first Iraq war and some history of the US policies with Iran as well...key interviews and investigative journalism educates and surprises. This film explains some important historical facts that our media has totally ignored, at the expense of American soldiers and tax payers.
Episode 2 of this five-part series on how the German youth were brainwashed into becoming disciplined, Nazi killing machines. Looks at the roles of the BDM and girls and women in Nazi society
Episode 3 of this five-part series on how the German youth were brainwashed into becoming disciplined, Nazi killing machines. Looks at the role of education in brainwashing children, particularly the Hilter Elite schools, into becoming future leaders in the mold of Hitler
Episode 5 of this five-part series on how the German youth were brainwashed into becoming disciplined, Nazi killing machines. Continuing to look at the use of youth on the front line and how they willingly and unwillingly carried out atrocities
Episode 1 of this five-part series on how the German youth were brainwashed into becoming disciplined, Nazi killing machines. It looks at how Hitler enticed and manipulated children to join the Hilter Youth
Hitler's Children: War | 49 minutes
Episode 4 of this five-part series on how the German youth were brainwashed into becoming disciplined, Nazi killing machines. Looks at the use of children on the front line in combat and how they were brainwashed into becoming so loyal to the Nazi regime
Episode 1 of this six-part series on the Holocaust. It looks at the round-ups and killing of Jews in Lithuania, Ukraine and Russia.
Episode 2 of this six-part series on the Holocaust. It looks at Antisemitism in Europe before and after Hitler's rise to power and how it became an integral part of state policy in Nazi Germany.
Episode 4 of this six-part series looks at the creation and systems of the Nazi death camps.
Immokalee | 25 minutes
What is life like for Mexican migrant workers in Immokalee, Florida and why are they organizing and angry at their bosses?
Improbable Collapse | 69 minutes
Guess which three buildings became the first such structures to ever suffer complete collapse due to fire and damage in the history of mankind. They are the three towers that fell in NY on September 11th, 2001. This film explores how those towers collapsed.
In Plane Site | 72 minutes
A Radio host investigates the pentagon and world trade towers by looking at the planes in detail. He also touches upon the Oklahoma bombing.
Guess what one of the largest and quickest growing industries is. The Sex trade. Channel 4 investigates in India amongst very uncooperative authorities.
Inside Burma | 51 minutes
Should be required viewing for anyone who claims to be concerned about human rights abuses - in China or anywhere else in the world. For the events in Burma in 1988 - and the dictatorial rule of Burma's military ever since - deserve at least as much attention as has been given to the Tiananmen crackdown and headline-capturing abuses in other parts of the world
Inside Iran | 90 minutes
What is it like to live in Iran? What are its people like? Rageh Omaar from the BBC explores the real Iran behind the politics and propoganda.
Inside Mecca | 43 minutes
What do a successful executive from suburban Malaysia, a religious radio commentator from rural South Africa and an Irish-born college professor from the United States have in common? They're all about to embark on the spiritual journey of a lifetime - the sacred Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca known as the hajj.
Inside the Dark Web | 59 minutes
Twenty-five years after the World Wide Web was created, the issue of surveillance has become the greatest shame upon its existence. With many concerned that governments and corporations monitor people's every move, this programme meets hackers and scientists who are using technology to fight back, and some law enforcement officers who believe it's leading to opportunities for risk-free crimes. Wit
Internets Own Boy | 104 minutes
Programming prodigy Aaron Swartz's groundbreaking work in social justice and political organizing combined with his aggressive approach to information access that ensnared him in a legal nightmare that lasted two years. It was a battle that ended with the taking of his own life at the age of 26.
Invisible Empire | 134 minutes
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Is Iran really a threat to the US? Did Iran offer the US normalized relations with Israel? Find information on the Geopolitical struggle and history of conflict between the US and Iran.
Iraq for Sale | 76 minutes
War for profit? Are companies profiting from the war in Iraq while further endangering the lives of American soldiers and innocent civilians?
Israel's Wild West | 24 minutes
Join Unreported World as they give you a glimpse of the conflicting views and interests of Settlers, Palestinians and the Israeli government.
Jewish Anarchists | 57 minutes
The Jewish Anarchists was one of several immigrant movements of the late 19th century whose goal was to improve workers rights in direct defiance of the establishment. This film interviews the elderly staff of this now defunct anarchist newspaper to understand their story and lessons learned.
Justicia Now! | 40 minutes
A film that documents the physical and emotional reality of those affected by this toxic contamination of the Chevron Texaco oil dump in the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest.
Koch Brothers Exposed | 60 minutes
Koch Brothers Exposed is a 2012 US documentary, compiled by Robert Greenwald from a viral video campaign produced by Brave New Films, about the political activities of the Koch brothers
Loose Change | 130 minutes
Was the United States Government responsible for the attacks of September 11th, 2001? This is the "Final Cut" of the "Loose Change" films, released in November, 2007.
Manufacturing Consent | 168 minutes
Chomsky and Herman illustrate their propaganda model, the thesis that corporate media, as profit-driven institutions, tend to serve and further the agendas of the interests of dominant, elite groups in the society.
Meet Your Meat | 13 minutes
Narrated by Alec Baldwin, this short documentary covers each stage of life of animals raised for food.
The first of a four-part investigation into a world of greed and recklessness that led to financial collapse.
Money As Debt | 47 minutes
There is a fundamental truth about money and debt which few people know and even fewer believe that something should be done about it.
Monopoly Men | 47 minutes
Are there super rich bankers controlling the worlds economy often at the expense of every day people? Is the US monetary system a scam?
Montana Meth | 59 minutes
Montana Meth paints a broad, harrowing picture of the meth problem in Montana, which ranks second in the nation for teenage and adult abuse of the drug.
Who was Muhammad? Was he the father of modern terrorism or a noble peacemaker? This historical film broadcast on PBS, travels in the footsteps of the prophet to the Arabian desert and the holy city of Mecca where much of Muhammad's story unfolded. It shares interviews with modern day Muslims and gives you a clearer idea of the common ideals of the world's prominent religions.
Award-winning journalist, John Pilger, investigates the realities of globalization by taking a close look at Indonesia.
Nicaragua | 53 minutes
With 4,000 hostile troops strung along Nicaragua's jungle borders with Honduras, John Pilger investigates this tiny nation's right to survive while explaining the history of U.S. supported death squads in Central America.
"No End in Sight" dissects the Bush Administrations policies for Iraq and their consequences, which now include 3,000 deaths and 20,000 wounded American solders, Iraq on the brink of civil war and hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilian deaths, and economic costs of over $2 trillion. This is first time Americans will be allowed inside the White House, Pentagon, and Baghdads Green Zone to underst
Occupation 101 | 88 minutes
This 2006 documentary on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict discusses events from the rise of Zionism to the Second Intifada and Israel's unilateral disengagement plan, and presents its case through dozens of interviews. The film questions the nature of Israeli-American relations. Specifically, it questions the Israeli military occupation of the West Bank and Gaza, and whether Americans taxpayers sh
On Our Watch | 10 minutes
See how bad the situation in Darfur is in only 10 minutes.
Operation Hollywood | 58 minutes
The film industry and the U.S. military have a very close working relationship. The armed forces supply Hollywood with use of expensive equipment and stage props as long as Hollywood aids in military propaganda. This investigative study explores this relationship and any moral consequences it might have.
"Orwell Rolls in His Grave" is the consummate critical examination of the Fourth Estate, once the bastion of American democracy. Asking whether the U.S. has entered an Orwellian world of doublespeak where outright lies can pass for the truth, Pappas explores what the media doesn't like to talk about: itself.
Outfoxed | 77 minutes
"Outfoxed" exposes the politically biased slant of the Fox News Network by analysis, disclosure of internal memos and interviews of inside sources. This piece is important in understanding the overt tactics by the media to shape our opinions.
John Pilger details the war in Palestine through interviews of Palestinian and Israelis. This documentary details the progress of peace during the last 25 years and the strategies and policies at work on both sides of the issue.
Palestine-Israel 101 | 32 minutes
Do you understand the history behind the Israel-Palestine conflict? "Palestine-Israel 101", a film created by The American Task Force on Palestine, is a two part piece. The first part gives a brief yet thorough historical outline of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. The second part focuses on a two state solution to the conflict which will provide more security for Israel, Palestine and the Uni
Panacea or Poison? | 54 minutes
An informative documentary about GE and GMO products, their safety and lack of regulation in the U.S.
Pandora's Black Box | 64 minutes
Pilotsfor911truth.org presents its first full documentary based on the American 77 Flight Data Recorder as provided by the NTSB following the full flight in real time as it happens in the air traffic system on September 11, 2001.
Paying the Price | 75 minutes
In a hard-hitting special report, award-winning journalist and filmmaker John Pilger investigates the effects of sanctions on the people of Iraq and finds that ten years of extraordinary isolation, imposed by the UN and enforced by the U.S. and Britain, have killed more people than the two atomic bombs dropped on Japan.
A striking comparison of U.S. and international media coverage of the crisis in the Middle East, zeroing in on how structural distortions in U.S. coverage have reinforced false perceptions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Pepsi vs Coke | 52 minutes
John Pilger's first collaboration with fellow Australian director Alan Lowery, looks at the worldwide struggle for soft drink supremacy by the Coca Cola company, and illuminates the power of multinational corporations.
Plan Colombia | 90 minutes
20 years of U.S. war-on-drugs. 20 years of failure. WHY?
presspauseplay | 84 minutes
The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed creativity and talent in an unprecedented way, with unlimited opportunities. But does democratized culture mean better art or is true talent instead drowned out? This is the question addressed by PressPausePlay, a documentary film containing interviews with some of the world's most influential creators of the digital era.
This forceful film gives a historical look at the dark past of Psychiatry and makes a case for the pharmaceutical and psychiatric industries corrupting our courts, schools and hospitals in the pursuit of money.
Rachel Corrie | 42 minutes
Who is Rachel Corrie? She is the American peace activist who was bulldozed alive by an Israeli soldier while she was defending a Palestinian house. Unfortunately, the US media didnt talk much about this. This movie is about what she and other peace activists see on the front lines in Israel.
Reel Bad Arabs | 50 minutes
Ever think about how Hollywood depicts Arabs as a variety of negative stereotypes? You won't realize just how much Hollywood is running a smear campaign until you watch this film.
Revolution OS | 85 minutes
Revolution OS is a 2001 documentary film that traces the twenty-year history of GNU, Linux, open source, and the free software movement. Directed by J. T. S. Moore, the film features interviews with prominent hackers and entrepreneurs including Richard Stallman, Michael Tiemann, Linus Torvalds, Larry Augustin, Eric S. Raymond, Bruce Perens, Frank Hecker and Brian Behlendorf.
Santa's Workshop | 32 minutes
The clothes, toys and electronics we buy are put together by these workers. Listen to their story of hardship to see just what price they are paying for our cheap goods and watch the reactions of the multinational corporations who put them up to it.
Secrets of the CIA | 44 minutes
Ground breaking documentary work and life changing stories that reveal the truth of what the CIA does to promote its budgets and increase its influence globally.
SiCKO | 124 minutes
This is Michael Moore's new documentary about healthcare or the lack of it in the United States. Learn why U.S. healthcare is second-rate yet by far the most expensive in the world.
This 80-minute documentary, inspired by Kevin Bales' award-winning book "Disposable People," exposes cases of slavery around the world, in India, Africa and right here in the U.S.
Morgan Freeman narrates this well made series on Slavery in the US. If you want to know how the US was built, you can't ignore Slavery. This is Episode 1 of 4 covering the period from the 1620s to the 1730s
Morgan Freeman narrates this well made series on Slavery in the US. If you want to know how the US was built, you can't ignore Slavery. This is Episode 2 of 4 covering the period from the 1740s to the 1830s
Slavery and the Making of America - Seeds of Destruction: Slavery and the making of america is a four-part series documenting the history of American slavery from its beginnings in the British colonies to its end in the Southern states and the years of post-Civil War Reconstruction.
Slavery and the Making of America - Seeds of Destruction: Slavery and the making of america is a four-part series documenting the history of American slavery from its beginnings in the British colonies to its end in the Southern states and the years of post-Civil War Reconstruction.
Stealing a Nation | 56 minutes
Would Britain eradicate a nation's entire population using trickery and force in order to make a business deal with the United States? If Britain's own courts deemed this illegal and commanded politicians to allow the citizens to return to their homeland, would they ignore their own judicial system? John Pilger investigates.
Street Medicine | 30 minutes
America is the only country in the industrialized world which does not provide universal health care. Initiatives providing free medical care and social services to the homeless and uninsured population in the United States are very few but are making a remarkable difference in their communities.
How dangerous is your diet sodas and products? From its history, to its effects, this video is enough to shock anyone into really looking at the food labels next time they shop. When you watch this film you will wonder how Aspartame (i.e. NutraSweet) was approved by the FDA. The film answers this and shows how Donald Rumsfeld then President of Searle, was able to push it through the process over
Taxi to the Dark Side | 79 minutes
"We also have to work through...the dark side....it's going to be vital for us to sue any means at our disposal, basically, to chieve our objective." -Vice President Dick Cheney, 2001. This 2007 film is in-depth look at the torture practices of the United States in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, focusing on an innocent taxi driver in Afghanistan who was tortured and killed in 2002.
Tent City | 52 minutes
Steve had a home, a job & a hobby. Now he's a minister of 'Tent City', and he lives in the woods of New Jersey. All sorts of people live here. Some jobless, others working but can't afford a home. They fight to protect 'Tent City' against local government, which wants to demolish it.
TerrorStorm | 112 minutes
Learn about historical examples of western governments covertly attacking their own civilians for political motives. Do the bombings of New York and London have any similarities to these events and why would leaders have a motive to terrorize their own civilians?
Was it really a lone racist named James Earl Ray that killed Martin Luther King or was his assassination part of a much bigger plan? And why was the FBI treating Martin Luther King like a threat?
Shown on the BBC, this documentary discusses how the Bush family has used its wealth and power to manipulate U.S. policy as well as the Bush-Bin Laden ties. Here you will find the hard-hitting reports that have been seen in films like Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 and used in Greg Palast's best selling book.
What caused the recent banking crisis. Watch this film break down what happened and how human nature was responsible.
Take a look at how the bubble in property prices caused the crash.
The Corporation | 146 minutes
"The Corporation", Canada's most successful documentary is based on Joel Bakan's book The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power. The film has won 26 international awards and 10 Audience Choice Awards including the 2004 Sundance Film Festival. Part film and part movement, "The Corporation" provides insightful and compelling analysis, the film puts the American corporation on t
The Cost of a Coke | 31 minutes
College students look to expand on allegations made by Killer Coke in hopes of mobilizing campuses to ban exclusive contracts with Coca-Cola.
The Diamond Empire | 80 minutes
Gems are genuinely worth more based on their scarcity. So diamonds must be very rare, right? The entire industry is dominated by one company that has gone to extraordinary lengths to turn an ordinary product into a valuable commodity. Why do some say that this industry is brutal and has it been pulling the wool over our eyes?
Private citizens that believe that 911 was an inside job try to get the message out in New York and London. The reaction to them sees to always be brimming with passion whether people agree or disagree.
The End of Suburbia | 78 minutes
Should we worry about the depletion of fossil fuels? If Americans continue to consume gasoline, where are we headed? "The End of Suburbia" explores the American Way of Life and its prospects as the planet approaches a critical era where global demand for fossil fuels begin to outstrip supply.
The Fiat Empire | 58 minutes
This is another film which discusses the problems with the current federal reserve system and how it is taking advantage of the American people. Ron Paul is interviewed here.
Canada's premier news source, CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) via its investigative program The Fifth Estate asks: Who bankrolled bin Laden? Why won't George W. Bush crack down on the moneymen? This film highlights the ties between Bush, bin Laden and Saudi royal family.
The Fog of War | 107 minutes
What does Robert McNamara, Secretary of Defense during the Vietnam War, think about his role in the war? What lessons has he learned? What was it like for a politician entrenched in fighting "The Cold War"?
The Future of Food | 89 minutes
“The Future of Food” offers an in-depth investigation into the disturbing truth behind the unlabeled, patented, genetically engineered foods that have quietly filled our grocery store shelves for the past decade. Did you know that virtually all Americans have eaten genetically modified food yet there is no required labeling of these food products?
The Future of Weed | 43 minutes
Motherboard heads to Denver, ground zero for cannabis legalization, and home to a booming tech sector in what could be called the Silicon Valley of weed, to inhale the newest high-tech highs. This film visits the key players scaling up this new green tech, wrapping our heads around all the money to be made, cracking open the confusing science of America's No. 1 cash crop, and smoking dabs.
The Ghosts of Rwanda | 54 minutes
How could it happen that America and the West stood aside and did nothing to stop the slaughter of 800,000 human beings over 100 days? On the 10th anniversary of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, the powerful story of those who participated in the world's failure to act, those few who stood up and tried to save lives, and all who are still deeply haunted by what they did.
The God Delusion | 48 minutes
Richard Dawkins investigates the absence of evidence of God and doesn't hold his punches back.
The Greed Game | 58 minutes
Learn how the new super rich got rich in the financial meltdown and how you are paying for it.
The Hidden Story | 49 minutes
What is Iraq really like and why is it so hard for even the unbiased newscasters to show this to us? Hear the answer from the journalists themselves.
The Invisible War | 68 minutes
Did the U.S. government use harmful radioactive military weapons which hurt not only civilians but also its own military in the Gulf War? Listen to reports from both scientists and soldiers after the first Gulf War. This film is especially relevant since the same materials in question are being used in the current war in Iraq.
The Israel Lobby | 52 minutes
For many years now the American foreign policy has been characterized by the strong tie between the United States and Israel. Does the United States in fact keep Israel on its feet? And how long will it continue to do so? A Dutch public broadcast shows insight on the subject.
How was the US involved in the funding of Al Qaeda? What is the story of the Afghan Russian war and how has that shaped todays times?
Once upon a time..... products were made to last. Then, at the beginning of the 1920s, a group of businessmen were struck by the following insight: 'A product that refuses to wear out is a tragedy of business' (1928). Thus Planned Obsolescence was born. Shortly after, the first worldwide cartel was set up expressly to reduce the life span of the incandescent light bulb, a symbol for innovation an
The Loss of Liberty | 52 minutes
On June 8, 1967, Israel launched a two-hour air and naval attack on the U.S.S. Liberty, killing 34 and wounding 172 American servicemen. Was it an accident?
Was Oswald a lone assassin? Were there other collaborators? Why was all evidence turned over to the FBI? Part one of a detailed examination of the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy which discusses the discrepancies and inconsistencies of the government�s version of events.
Where were the gunmen? How did they get away from the scene of the crime? As the mystery unfolds, it becomes apparent that there was more than one person involved and based on the wounds, positioning can be determined.
Was the government behind a massive cover up scheme or were other organizations involved? The Cover-up investigates charges of a conspiracy that allegedly kept the truth from being revealed. This film asks tough questions on an infamous gangster regarding his possible role in the assassination.
In this episode, more aspects of the assassination event are unveiled. Lee Harvey Oswald's life is further examined and the mortician who buried Oswald reveals an interesting discovery.
Could JFKs enemies be responsible for his assassination? This episodes begins a 5 part segment which attempts to answer some of the questions still surfacing regarding JFKs death.
The Money Masters | 215 minutes
Is the US Federal Reserve a governmental institution or a private bank and what does it matter? This is an absolutely mind blowing film that covers the history of money and banking systems throughout Europe and America. It shows how wealth is concentrated and how the structure of the system forces people to transfer their earnings to an elite few without even realizing it.
The Murdoch Effect | 52 minutes
A young John Pilger sentimentally explores the story of the Mirror, how Rupert Murdoch changed the British tabloid market and how competitors engaged in a race to the bottom.
How was Pearl Harbor and 911 related to several other catastrophic US events. And was the Iraq war and the bungling of its reconstruction really a plot to destroy Iraqi society and rob Americans in the mean time? This film covers a lot.
The Oil Factor | 90 minutes
Today, 6.5 billion humans depend entirely on oil for food, energy, plastics & chemicals. Population growth is on a collision course with the inevitable decline in oil production. George Bush's "war on terror" happens where 3/4 of the world's remaining oil and natural gas is located.
The Origins of AIDS | 90 minutes
What was the cause of AIDS? Though it is widely agreed that Aids originated from Chimpanzees, how it came from the chimpanzees to men is hotly debated. This film provides strong evidence of scientists being inadvertently responsible.
The Panama Deception | 92 minutes
Why was Manuel Noriega a friend of the United States and why did the US government mark him as an enemy and overthrow his government? This film explores the 1989 invasion in a manner different from what one would have seen on television.
The Pentacon | 80 minutes
This film focuses on interviews with eye witnesses to the Pentagon attack on 9/11. Though not completely, their accounts seem to contradict the official story.
Its the day before the trial starts. Fredrik packs a computer into a rusty old Volvo. Along with his Pirate Bay co-founders, he faces $13 million in damage claims to Hollywood in a copyright infringement case. Fredrik is on his way to install a new computer in the secret server hall. This is where the worlds largest file sharing site is hidden. When the hacker prodigy Gottfrid, the internet a
An insightful three-part documentary about the history of U.S. foreign policy and its effects on our world today. A story about the plunder, hypocrisy, and mass violence that built an empire.
An insightful three-part documentary about the history of U.S. foreign policy and its effects on our world today. A story about the plunder, hypocrisy, and mass violence that built an empire.
An insightful three-part documentary about the history of U.S. foreign policy and its effects on our world today. A story about the plunder, hypocrisy, and mass violence that built an empire.
The Road To Guantanamo | 92 minutes
What would happen if you were on vacation in Afghanistan and were accused wrongly of being a terrorist and taken to the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba? Winner of the Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival, "The Road to Guantanamo" is the terrifying first-hand account and recreation of three innocent British citizens who were held there for two years. Charges were nev
The Second Gun | 99 minutes
What is the evidence for a conspiracy and why does it seem like the LAPD made a very strong effort to suppress information regarding the assassination of Bobby Kennedy.
“The Slow Poisoning of India” shows how the uses of toxic pesticides have caused widespread congenital abnormalities in the children of Kochinim, Kerala. The film also discusses the effects of the rampant use of fertilizers and pesticides in decimating the ecology of the region and how farmers are moving back to organic farming to ensure sustained development.
The Story of God Ep 1 | 60 minutes
The Story of God is a definitive three-part series on the history of mankind's quest to understand the nature of God.
The Story of God Ep 2 | 60 minutes
The Story of God is a definitive three-part series on the history of mankind's quest to understand the nature of God.
The Story of God Ep 3 | 60 minutes
"The Story of God" is, say the BBC, a definitive three-part series on the history of mankind's quest to understand the nature of God. The final episode, "God of the Gaps", considers how the idea of God has been challenged by modern ideas, especially by scientific theories and discoveries.
The Tobacco Conspiracy | 92 minutes
If you smoke you should watch this. This well made film takes a look at the business side of Tobacco companies and explores the details of a very corrupt industry.
Is Henry Kissinger a war criminal, guilty of lying to the American public and congress in order to overthrow governments and kill civilians?
The Union | 104 minutes
Ever wonder what British Columbia's most profitable industries are? Logging? Fishing? Tourism? Ever think to include marijuana? If you haven't, think again. No longer a hobby for the stereotypical hippie culture of the 60s, BC's illegal marijuana trade industry has evolved into a seemingly unstoppable business giant, dubbed by those involved as 'The Union'. Commanding upwards of $7 billion Canad
The Vaccine Nation | 90 minutes
Are US mandatory vaccines causing autism and killing thousands of children each year? Are doctors misdiagnosing vaccine poisoning with shaken baby syndrome?
The Virus Of Faith | 48 minutes
Richard Dawkins investigates the indoctrination of children into religion and gives his argument for the danger of religion.
The War on Democracy | 95 minutes
"The War on Democracy" is a 2007 documentary film directed by Christopher Martin and John Pilger. Focusing on the political state of Latin America, the film is a rebuke of both the United States' intervention in foreign countries' domestic politics, and its war on terrorism.
Do you know who Monsanto is? If you dont and if you eat, we recommend that you watch this movie as it explores a very real global war in which the weapons are patenting laws and seemingl harmless seeds.
The Yes Men | 82 minutes
This comedic documentary follows The Yes Men, a small group of prankster activists, as they gain world-wide notoriety for impersonating the World Trade Organization on television and at business conferences around the world.
"This Is What Democracy Looks Like" Is the first film that shows what it was really like in the Seattle 1999, WTO convention. Film was made by the footage of over 100 cameras from people that were there.
Lighting Up tells the story of the modern cigarette. The program shows how American cigarette baron Buck Duke carved up the world's cigarette markets with the British, establishing the basis for today's tobacco empires.
In "Smokescreen," the second episode of TOBACCO WARS, insiders describe how, as markets and profits expanded in the 1960s and 70s, tobacco companies aggressively fought opposition to their products -- whether political, legal or scientific. For years, scientists had been revealing the deadly effects of cigarettes, yet the tobacco industry ignored, undermined or suppressed their results. And regula
The series culminates with "Smoked Out," an account of the pitched courtroom battles of the 1980s and 90s -- when Big Tobacco finally negotiated with anti-smoking forces under pressure of litigation, and the prospect of increased regulation. The episode also discusses marketing and advertising campaigns targeted at teenagers who, according to anti-tobacco campaigners, need to be recruited each yea
This program shows that abuses like those documented in Abu Ghraib are commonplace in the USA's overcrowded and understaffed prisons.
Unconstitutional | 68 minutes
"Unconstitutional" explores the USA Patriot Act, a law pushed by the Bush administration and passed quickly by Congress in the wake of the September 11th attacks, supposedly to protect Americans. This film provides the facts and stories that illuminate administration lies, wrongheaded policies, and the real victims of these actions--the American people.
Uncounted | 80 minutes
An explosive 2007 documentary that shows how the election fraud that changed the outcome of the 2004 election led to even greater fraud in 2006 - and now looms as an unbridled threat to the outcome of the 2008 election. This controversial feature length film by Emmy award-winning director David Earnhardt examines in factual, logical, and yet startling terms how easy it is to change election outcom
Uncovered | 56 minutes
"Uncovered" provides interviews with leading experts and officials all of whom possess informed opinions about the reasons we were given for war and the evidence presented to support those reasons. Some supported the war itself but are deeply concerned about the way information was misused.
Unmanned | 63 minutes
The film highlights the stories of 16 year old Tariq Aziz, killed by a drone in 2011and school teacher, Rafiq ur Rehamn, whose mother was killed and children hospitalized due to a drone strike in 2012
Unprecedented | 50 minutes
"Unprecedented" discusses corruption in vote counting as well as intentional vote manipulation in Florida during the 2000 presidential election, which George W. Bush won. If you haven't watched this film, there is probably much that you don't know about what really happened in 2000 and how the result of the election was decided by political connections.
Unrepentant | 109 minutes
This film brings damning accusations of forced sterilization, genocide and the theft of Native lands by the United Church of Canada and the Canadian government.
Waco Rules of Engagement | 136 minutes
Remember the Waco, Texas mass suicide of 1993? Ever wonder if it REALLY was a mass suicide?
Wal-Mart | 99 minutes
What is behind the low prices at your neighborhood Wal-Mart? "Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price" is a feature length documentary that uncovers a retail giant's assault on families and American values.
War By Other Means | 52 minutes
John Pilger and David Munro examine the policy of First World banks agreeing loans with third world countries, who are then unable to meet the crippling interest charges.
War Made Easy | 71 minutes
How does the media change during times of war and how does this change effect all of us? Watch the most comprehensive analysis of what war time media is, who it is benefits as well as who it hurts.
This shocking documentary shows just how much financial incentive local authorities have to incarcerate drug users. This film explains just how backwards things are. All Americans should watch this.
Wartorn 1861 - 2010 | 67 minutes
With suicide rates among active military servicemen and veterans currently on the rise, the HBO special WARTORN 1861-2010 brings urgent attention to the invisible wounds of war. Drawing on personal stories of American soldiers whose lives and psyches were torn asunder by the horrors of battle and PTSD, the documentary chronicles the lingering effects of combat stress and post-traumatic stress on m
We Are Legion | 1 minutes
We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists is a 2012 documentary film about the workings and beliefs of the self-described "hacktivist" collective, Anonymous.
We Steal Secrets | 129 minutes
We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks is a 2013 American independent documentary film about the organization started by Julian Assange, and people involved in the collection and distribution of secret information and media by whistleblowers. It covers a period of several decades, and includes considerable background material.
Welcome to Australia | 49 minutes
Is Australia really the land of freedom and welcoming which the government states? Or does the country, like so many others, have a dark history of oppression?
What Would Jesus Buy? | 91 minutes
Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping Gospel Choir are on a mission to save Christmas from the Shopocalypse.
Examines how Stockton, California, became the largest city in American history to file for bankruptcy -At time of publishing. The piece highlights the key characters and decisions that brought the city to the brink and traces the trail all the way back to Wall Street.
Why We Fight | 99 minutes
This film tells us why a nation of, by, and for the people has become the savings-and-loan of a system whose survival depends on a state of constant war.
Zeitgeist Addendum | 123 minutes
Zeitgeist is a follow up to the first Zeitgeist series. Its a little more esoteric and gives a picture of the ideal society that the producers think we can strive to.
Zeitgeist: Episode 1 | 26 minutes
Zeitgeist attempts to explain the theory that the elite rule people by perpetuating mythology. Episode 1 explores the little known foundations of the Cult of Equinoctial Christolatry (Christianity) which, unannounced to most, rests in the astrotheological belief systems of the ancient world.
Zeitgeist: Episode 2 | 33 minutes
Zeitgeist explains the theory that the elite rule people by perpetuating mythology. Part 2 fits the 911 into this by dissecting the official story of the attacks.
Zeitgeist: Episode 3 | 47 minutes
What exactly is the Federal Reserve and is it an organization which has historically helped our country or helped line the pockets of bankers at the expense of American lives?
Zizek! | 69 minutes
Zizek!, sometimes written as A533;iA533;ek!, is a 2005 American/Canadian documentary film directed by Astra Taylor. Its subject is philosopher and psychoanalyst Slavoj A533;iA533;ek, a prolific author and former candidate for the Presidency of Slovenia.

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