Assange claims that online surveillance is causing a crisis of democracy and a serious threat to civil rights and, as a result, we need greater control of agencies that spy on us. How real is this? What do the experts say?
No twentieth-century figure has had a more profound effect on the worlds of literature, film, politics, historical debate, and the culture wars than Gore Vidal. Anchored by intimate one-on-one interviews with the man himself, this is a fascinating and wholly entertaining portrait of the last lion of the age of American liberalism.
“The Interconnected World,” is a film in four parts about the International Monetary Fund and the global economic crisis.
Steve Scarborough doesn’t like what’s happened to professional wrestling so he’s set about changing it, one match at a time.
A deeply disturbing film about the use and effects of DU munitions in wars in Iraq & Afghanistan, and how this danger is now coming to our backyard.
Olsen, an itinerant troubadour who regularly graces Australian folk festivals, at her most engaging.
Growing Change is a documentary that looks at one of the most exciting experiments in the world to grow a fair and sustainable food system.
The Bimblebox Refuge lies in the path of the earths largest coal mines. One woman, Paola Cassoni, decides to resist the “China First” project that will destroy her Nature Refuge and supply energy to Asia for the next thirty years.
A middle-class white guy comes to grips with Peak Oil, Climate Change, Mass Extinction, Population Overshoot and the end of the American lifestyle.
The Burning Season is an eco-thriller about a young man not afraid to confront the biggest challenge of our time
A film about Joseph Tusiani, a recognized exceptional and international classicist and contemporary poet and lives in New York City.
The Kids Britain Doesn’t Want follows the personal stories of three young people seeking asylum in Britain.