U.S. Domestic Documentaries

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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?
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.
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.
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?
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
Immokalee | 25 minutes
What is life like for Mexican migrant workers in Immokalee, Florida and why are they organizing and angry at their bosses?
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.
Mad Cowboy | 58 minutes
Biography of a rancher turned vegan.
Meet Your Meat | 13 minutes
Narrated by Alec Baldwin, this short documentary covers each stage of life of animals raised for food.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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 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.
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
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.
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 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.
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.

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