23 Jul 2017

Extraordinary Octopus Takes To Land

Discovered Ancient Manuscript Of The Bible Proving That It Is A Work Of Fiction



The vast majority of Christians who use the King James Bible today believe that it is the divine word of God, and yet this discovery proves that the Bible is really a product of the whims of the translators, the editors and the political figures who lived long after the death of Christ.

This manuscript will surely raise questions as to whether Christians today are really following the original line and letter of Christianity.

Homeless in Hawaii

9 Jul 2017

Epic Takedown of Donald Trump at G20

1000 Gestalten



The 1000 undead are part of a performance art piece happening on the edges of the G20 summit in Hamburg (D).
"The goal of our performance today is to move the people in their hearts, to give them the motivation to get politically engaged again. We want to create an image, because we believe in the power of images...we want to motivate people to take part. To free themselves from their crusted shells, to take part in the political process,"

29 Jun 2017

Nellie the Elephant



Toy Dolls (1984)

China's Prison slaves

GULAG 113



A Canadian documentary film about Soviet Gulag. In 1941, thousands of Estonian men were illegally conscripted into the Soviet Red Army by threat of violence against them and their families. Gulag 113 follows one survivor, Edward Kolga, as he returns to the location of his camp in the far north of Russia and relives his terrifying journey.

27 Jun 2017

Kalashnikov



Goran Bregović  (Poznań 1997)

The Death of Yugoslavia



A Documentary detailing all the events that lead to the death of the Yugoslavian state in the 1990's.

One of the most impressive documentary ever made. You live the facts that happened with the breakup of Yugoslavia as if you were there. The war in Croatia, Bosnia and the siege of Sarajevo are presented in a way that perhaps only BBC can do.

The Shock Doctrine



Documentary by Naomi Klein  [2009]

The Month In Religious Bullshit!

Rollin 'n Tumblin



North Mississippi Allstars

16 Jun 2017

Unfinished Business



This is the untold story of the greatest slaving nation in history. Up till now, Britain’s place in the history of slavery has been as the country that abolished the international slave trade.

Britain’s Slave Trade reveals the shameful truth behind this liberal facade, showing how the economic, social and cultural life of Britain would have been unrecognisable without slavery. Britain’s Slave Trade explains how a middling European power transformed itself into the ruler of the waves, tracing the impact this had on the British way of life and taking in the Industrial Revolution, the beginnings of Empire and the birth of modern racism along the way. It also unearths startling evidence showing how many families that think of themselves as ‘pure’ English stock are in fact descended from slave ancestors.

13 Jun 2017

The Great Indian Wars



This ambitious, epic-length documentary program chronicles the heart-wrenching tale of European settlers' attempts to subvert, viscerally abuse, and in many cases kill off Native American Indians over the course of 350 years, as they themselves settled into North America. Beginning in 1540 - the year when explorer Francisco Vázquez de Coronado undertook his expedition to the Great Plains - a series of bloody battles transpired that lost tens of thousands of lives.
The program moves through this period, touching on such pivotal events as The Seminole Wars, The Battle of Tippecanoe, and ultimately, the Battle of Wounded Knee, where the outcome permanently altered the trajectory of American history. rottentomatoes.com

10 Jun 2017

Women Of The Gulag



Women suffered greatly in the Gulag. Male camp employees, guards, and even other male prisoners sometimes raped and abused women. Some female prisoners took on “camp husbands” for protection and companionship. Some were pregnant on arrival or became pregnant while in the Gulag. Occasionally, Gulag authorities released pregnant women and women with young children in special amnesties. gulaghistory.org

Israel Continues World's Longest Military Occupation

7 Ways to Maximize Misery

10 May 2017

Banana Republic



The Boomtown Rats

That's Not Funny

Psywar

The Fight



People with disabilities are among the most discriminated against in Bolivia. Fed up of being ignored, a group of them marched across the Andes to the seat of the Government in La Paz, asking to speak with President Evo Morales. They are met with riot police, barricades, tear gas and water cannons.

17 Apr 2017

8 Apr 2017

Alike


"Alike" is an animated short film directed by Daniel Martínez Lara & Rafa Cano Méndez
www.alike.es