Lumbees Tell Their Side In Atlantic Coast Pipeline Documentary

By John Murawski, -

Opponents of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline are deploying an increasingly common weapon in advocacy campaigns: a documentary film. Their 19-minute production, “Robeson Rises,” features Lumbee [...]

Get Me Outa Wakanda!

By Bruce A. Dixon, -

I wasn’t going to record this commentary for Black Agenda Radio. Originally it was a Facebook post, but it generated such a response that it deserved a life outside of corporate social media. [...]

A Woman’s Rebellion

By Rod Such, -

Naila and the Uprising, the latest documentary by Brazilian filmmaker Julia Bacha, who previously directed the 2009 documentary Budrus, centers on the life of Naila Ayesh and how she came to [...]

World Premiere: In The Shadow Of The Revolution

By Staff, -

By Staff of The Caracas Chronicles - Caracas Chronicles is proud to be the venue chosen by long-time friend and much-appreciated copy-editor Clifton Ross, and his colleague J.Arturo Albarrán, to [...]

‘Whose Streets?’ Tracks Inspirational Call For Social Justice

By Jordan Riefe, -

By Jordan Riefe for Truth Dig - On Aug. 9 three years ago, unarmed teen Michael Brown was shot dead by Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Mo. The killing took place under disputed circumstances, [...]

Borneo (Kalimantan): A Frontline For Survival Of Our Planet

By Andre Vltchek, -

By Andre Vltchek for Counter Currents - But after visiting Borneo earlier this year (2017), something changed inside me. The island used to be one of the most beautiful places on earth, covered [...]

Documents Expose How Hollywood Promotes War On Behalf Of Pentagon, CIA And NSA

By Tom Secker, -

By Tom Secker for Insurge Intelligence/ Medium - Alongside the massive scale of these operations, our new book National Security Cinema details how US government involvement also includes script [...]

“Do Not Resist”: Police Militarization Documentary Everyone Should See

By Ryan Devereaux, -

By Ryan Devereaux for The Intercept - The officers, members of the Richland County Sheriff’s Department tactical team, were descending on a modest one-story house looking for drugs and guns. The [...]

Experience ‘RIKERS,’ Face To Face

By Bill Moyers, -

By Bill Moyers for Moyers & Company - Over the years I have landed at New York’s LaGuardia Airport knowing that the island just off and below the tip of the right wing was Rikers, the city’s [...]

20 Latino PBS Films To Stream For Free During Hispanic Heritage Month

By Andrew S. Vargas, -

By Andrew S. Vargas for Remezcla - ll folks, it’s September again, which means a whole year has passed since we last celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month. A year that brought us cultural milestones [...]

How ‘Snowden’ Film Could Help Win Pardon For Snowden The Man

By James Bamford, -

By James Bamford for Reuters - The days leading up to last Friday’s release of director Oliver Stone’s Snowden looked like one long movie trailer. The American Civil Liberties Union and other [...]

Why Oliver Stone’s Snowden Is Best Film Of Year

By David Swanson, -

By David Swanson for Counter Punch - Snowden is the most entertaining, informing, and important film you are likely to see this year. It’s the true story of an awakening. It traces the path of [...]

Why I Am Returning My Award

By Arundhati Roy, -

By Arundhati Roy for The Indian Express - Although I do not believe that awards are a measure of the work we do, I would like to add the National Award for Best Screenplay that I won in 1989 to [...]

The Black Panthers Are Back

By Reese Erlich , -

By Reese Erlich for Common Dreams - Seeing a documentary on the Black Panthers while sitting next to Bobby Seale is quite an experience. As we watch a press preview of the film in an East Oakland [...]

Year Of The Woman

By Rebecca Traister, -

By Rebecca Traister in Huffington Post - For only five nights in the fall of 1973, a documentary called “Year of the Woman” played at the Fifth Avenue Cinema in Greenwich Village. Crowds lined up [...]

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