Sleep Well, No Oscar For American Sniper

By Mike Hastie, www.PopularResistance.org -

I slept pretty well last night when I found out that the film, "American Sniper" did not win best picture at the Academy Awards. I also believe that 58,000 American soldiers who were killed in [...]

Irony Hidden In The Interview And Sony Leaks

By Elias Weston-Farber, www.PopularResistance.org -

Cyber Security experts have come out with strong arguments for why a group of disgruntled Ex Sony employees were most likely responsible for the hack. Further more, famous ex hacker Sabu (expert [...]

Movie: The Yes Men Are Revolting

By Thom Powers, www.tiff.net -

The Yes Men Are Revolting chronicles the past five years of pranksters Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno (not their real names), the infamous activists known for duping the media with their [...]

Great Tool To Learn About New Economy

By Staff, www.shiftchange.org -

SHIFT CHANGE is a documentary film by veteran award-winning filmmakers Melissa Young and Mark Dworkin. It tells the little known stories of employee owned businesses that compete successfully in [...]

Movie: Parents In The Occupy Wall Street Movement

By Staff, www.parentsoftherevolution.com -

“Parents of the Revolution” is a feature length documentary that follows a group of activist parents in the Occupy Wall Street movement who believe that it’s their democratic duty to teach their [...]

‘Forward 13: Waking Up the American Dream’ Review: Eye Opening

By Eleanor J. Bader, www.reviewfix.com -

The film’s central premise is important—and asks us to imagine what it would be like to have a government that serves workers, the poor, and the elderly and disabled as devotedly as it serves [...]

Utopia: Oldest Indigenous Culture On The Planet Vs. Mining Boom

By John Pilger, www.thoughtmaybe.com -

Utopia by John Pilger is both an epic portrayal of the oldest continuous human culture on the planet–indigenous Australia–and an investigation into a suppressed colonial past and rapacious [...]

Once Upon a Revolution: A Story With No End

By David D. Kirkpatrick and Mayy El-Sheikhfeb, www.nytimes.com -

However stirring the images of Arab Spring idealism might seem to Western audiences, “The Square” is often painful viewing for those who lived through it, a heartbreaking reminder of hopes [...]

Turkish Court Accuses Documentary Film of “Inciting Public Hatred”

By DC Media Group, www.dcmediagroup.us -

The Turkish government is pursuing a criminal investigation into a documentary film on last year’s nationwide protests originating in Istanbul’s Gezi Park. On January 2, the film’s director, whom [...]

Hollywood Propaganda For Wall Street Thieves

By Kevin Zeese, www.PopularResistance.org -

Too often Hollywood glorifies war, puts forward myths of history and the biased reporting of current news as if they were fact and plays their role to propagandize for the falsehoods on which [...]

40th Anniversary Of The Murder Of Fred Hampton

By Mike Gray, www.PopularResistance.org -

Mike Gray one of the people who made the film below, The Murder of Fred Hampton, was someone I worked closely with for many years on ending the war on drugs. He was a writer, documentary [...]

Documentary Gezi Park Chat With Filmmaker And Protesters

By Staff, www.PopularResistance.org -

Tonight at 5pm eastern is 12am in Turkey. Come in & CHAT w/protestors & filmmaker @GeziDoc http://www.livestream.com/activistworldnewsnow … The Gezi Park protests which began on May 28th, [...]

Movie: Heritage Fight

By Staff, www.heritagefight.com -

The same battle extreme energy extraction is being fought throughout the United States, Canada, indeed all over the world. This is a movie about the conflict in Australia. There are still some [...]

Short Film: Enoughness: Restoring Economic Balance

By Andrew Butler, www.filmsforaction.org -

ENOUGHNESS is a way to restore balance to the economy in the most awesome way ever. How we see the world determines how we act. Western thought sees us at war with each other over resources. In [...]

John Pilger, Utopia

By Andreas Wiseman, www.screendaily.com -

John Pilger, who has reported discrimination against Australia’s first people since the 1970s, describes his new film as “a journey into a secret country” describing “not only the uniqueness of [...]