Media Documentaries

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"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.
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.
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.
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
Hacking Democracy | 81 minutes
This must watch, HBO featured, shocking documentary explores voter fraud in today's electronic voting machines and how they have altered past elections. Think your vote counts? Well, it depends...
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.
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
Mad Cowboy | 58 minutes
Biography of a rancher turned vegan.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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?
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 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 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.
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.
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 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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.

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