New Rulers of the World | 53 minutes
Award-winning journalist, John Pilger, investigates the realities of globalization by taking a close look at Indonesia.
Argentina's economic collapse | 59 minutes
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.
Bannatyne Takes on Tobacco | 59 minutes
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.
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.
Exporting Harm | 23 minutes
Millions upon millions of old computers and electronics are trashed every year. So where are these toxic elements going?
Flying the Flag | 50 minutes
John Pilger and David Munro look behind the political rhetoric and discover the world of international arms dealing.
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
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.
Meltdown: The Men Who Crashed the World | 42 minutes
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.
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.
No End in Sight: Part 1 | 34 minutes
"No End in Sight" dissects the Bush Administration´s 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 Baghdad´s Green Zone to underst
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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
The World According to Monsanto | 108 minutes
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 | 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
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.
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.