The Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. | 81 minutes
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?
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
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.
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.
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.
My Country, My Country | 103 minutes
The director follows a Sunni Arab doctor as he prepares to run for the early 2005 elections in Iraq.
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.
Scotland Yet | 92 minutes
This films focuses on the real referendum debate, the one taking place in the streets, homes and communities across Scotland. It documents the most important discussion Scots have ever had, as democracy, place, what they have there and what they lack, come to the fore.
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.
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.
The Elephant in the Room | 92 minutes
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 Pirate Bay: Away from Keyboard | 72 minutes
It’s 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 world’s largest file sharing site is hidden. When the hacker prodigy Gottfrid, the internet a
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 | 68 minutes
"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.
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
Who Took Down Stockton? | 31 minutes
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.