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The Weather Underground
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This Oscar-nominated documentary interweaves extensive archival material with modern-day interviews to explore the incredible story of The Weather Underground.
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Erasing Hate presents a first person look inside the dark world of racist skinheads, yet offers hope in a story of one man's escape from a life of violence, addiction and bigotry.
Both an enlightening documentary and a stirring call to action, Fresh outlines the vicious cycle of our current food production methods, while also celebrating the farmers, thinkers and business people who are reinventing our food system.
The Human Experience
2011 Documentary, Biography
THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE narrates the true story of two brothers who embark on a remarkable quest to find meaning-and light-in a seemingly dark world.
The Great American West
The story of the Settlement of the United States' western frontier.
American: The Bill Hicks Story
Since his tragic death from cancer at age 32, comedian Bill Hicks's legend and stature have only grown, and this unique documentary tells his story, blending live footage, interviews and animation to fill in the details of a life cut short. A comic's comic and unflagging critic of hypocrisy and cultural emptiness, Hicks was one of a kind, a Lenny Bruce for the late 20th century, and few are more deserving of this in-depth biographic treatment.
2010 Documentary, Comedy
What starts as a film about plastic bags evolves into a extensive investigation into plastic and its effect on our waterways, oceans and even our bodies.
How to Live Forever
With intelligence, humor, and warmth, How to Live Forever offers a thoughtful, nuanced inquiry into what it is that gives our lives their meaning.
Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup
8 years later, the American people continue to live in the aftermath of 9/11.This film serves as a call to action which is fueled by hope that those affected by 9/11 will receive the answers that they have sought after for nearly a decade.
My Name Was Bette: The Life and Death of An Alcoholic
A documentary about women's alcoholism chronicles the progression of the disease in Bette VandenAkker-a nurse, wife, and mother-who died in the fall of 2007.
Doctors of Death
2010 History, Biography
For more than 80 years doctors and scientists on all sides have experimented on humans to perfect weapons of mass destruction - often with fatal results. This is the terrible, and sometimes absurd, untold story. The latest episode of Dirk Pohlmanns Cold War Secrets series actually starts in the 1930s, when Japans notorious Unit 731 carried out brutal experiments on the population of recently invaded Manchuria. Whole villages and towns were deliberately infected with plague, and sufferers were dissected alive. Prisoners of war were shot and operated on without anaesthetic so army doctors could practise field surgery. In World War II Germany, concentration camp doctors like Josef Mengele selected twins and Romany prisoners for obscure medical experiments, and killed enemy prisoners in low temperature or high altitude tests, supposedly to protect their own sailors and airmen.
Nominated for the Best Documentary Academy Award, The Restless Conscience documents a little-known story of the Holocaust - the resistance to Hitler within Nazi Germany - illuminating crucial issues of conscience and will.
The Upside Down Book
2013 Documentary, Family, History
For one family, opening a Mein Kampf leads to a surprising journey of discovery. Award-winning documentary.
One Little Pill
One Little Pill takes an in depth look at a simple, safe method for combating alcoholism, the suppressing obstacles surrounding it, and those people just now finding it.
Homeless in Los Angeles
Michael and others reveal their dark pasts - and their frantic fight for survival on the unforgiving streets of the City of Angels This vivid documentary casts an even darker shadow on the already harsh conditions of living homeless in Los Angeles.
The Life and Times of Allen Ginsberg
Visionary, radical, spiritual seeker, renowned poet, founding member of a major literary movement, champion of human rights, Buddhist, political activist and teacher - Allen Ginsberg's remarkable life challenged the very soul of America. For 25 years, Jerry Aronson accumulated more than 120 hours of film on Allen Ginsberg, resulting in this comprehensive portrait of one of America's greatest poets, author of Howl and other ground-breaking poems. This compilation reveals the last 60 years of American culture beginning with the Beat era in the post-war forties and fifties, continuing through the revolutionary sixties and concluding with both the uncertainty and possibility of current times.
Zeitgeist: Moving Forward
2011 Documentary, Sci-fi, History
Part 3 in the Zeitgeist Series: Moving Forward presents a case for a needed transition out of the current socioeconomic monetary paradigm which governs the entire world society.
The Hidden Hand: Alien Contact and The Government Cover-Up
The Hidden Hand is an award winning film that explores the extraterrestrial presence here on Earth. It examines the shadowy world of alien abduction, human/alien hybridization, reverse-engineering of technology and the government cover-up.
A Conspiracy of Lies
We have discovered the NSA spies every American citizen and we only need the national media to see that many of the New World Order plans are already in place.