Monday, July 20, 2009


Here are the films on this website, with explanations of their content. New films are added all the time. Suggestions are accepted.

The Bloody History of U.S. Imperialism

* "Guatemala: A Coup Made In America" - Film on U.S. Coup in Guatemala.

* "The New Rulers of the World" (2001) - Film on U.S. Intervention.

* "The War on Democracy" (2007) - A film on U.S. Intervention in Latin America.

* 638 Ways to Kill Castro (2006) - A film on U.S. attacks on the Cuban Revolution.

* Against the Silence: The Cuban Five (2009) - A film 5 Cuban Political Prisoners.

* Occupation 101 - A film on Palestine and Zionist Terrorism.

* The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (2002)- A film on the U.S. coup in Venezuela.

* The Road to Guantanamo (2006) - A film on U.S. Prison Camp "GITMO."

* The Secret Government (1987) - A film on the war crime of the CIA.

* The War of 33 (2008) - A film on Isreali Terror in Lebanon.

* ¡Que viva México! (1932) - A film on the colonial subjugation of Mexico.

The Ruthless Capitalist System

* Battle of Algiers (1966) - Film on Algerian Resistance to French Colonialism.

* Capitalism and Other Kid Stuff (2005) - A film showing the logic of capitalism.

* Killing Us Softly: How The Media Portrays Women - A film on Sexism in the media.

* OutFoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism (2004) - A film bias of FOX news.

* Sicko (2008) - A film on the brutality of U.S. Capitalist Healthcare.

* Strike (1925) - A film showing workers in Czarist Russia on Strike.

* The Corporation (2003) - A film showing the history of Corporate Capitalism.

* Who Killed the Electric Car? (2006) - A film on the destruction of clean energy.

Socialist Countries

* China: Breaking With Old Ideas (1975) - A film on the Chinese Student Uprisings.

* China: The East is Red (1964) - A film of the hit Chinese Ballet.

* China: The Red Detachment of Women (1961) - A film of another Chinese Ballet.

* DPRK: A Day in the Life (2006) - A day with a family in Socialist Korea.

* Do Communists Have Better Sex? (2006) - Sexual Relations in Germany after WWII.

* "Oktober: Ten Days That Shook the World" (1927) - The Russian Revolution on film.

* "The Battle of Russia" (1943) - U.S. documentary on Russian Resistance to Nazis.

* "The Battleship Potempkin" (1925) - Film on Russian Sailor uprisings.

Revolutions Currently in Progress

* "Who is Mugabe? Who are ZANU-PF?" - Film on the Zimbabwe Revolution.

* "Guerilla Girl" (2005) - Film showing a woman who enlists in a FARC militia.

* NO VOLVERAN:The Venezuelan Revolution Now - Film on the Progress of Bolivarianism.

* Eight Glorious Years of Nepali People's War (2006) - Film on Nepali Civil War.

* "Blazing Trial" - Film on the Maoist Insurrection in India.

* "People of the Shining Path" (2004) - Film on the Peruvian Maoist Rebels.

Films on Revolutionary History in the U.S.

* "The Salt of the Earth" (1954) - Film on Miner's Strike in the Southwest U.S.

* Berkeley in the Sixites (1990) - Film of student insurrections at UC Berkeley.

* COINTELPRO: The FBI War on Black America - Film on FBI terrorism.

* Framing an Execution: The Media and Mumia Abu Jamal (2001) - Film on Media Lies.

* Incident at Oglala (1992) - Film on the Native American Rebellion in South Dakota.

* Legacy of Torture: The War Against Black Liberation (2007) - Film on FBI Terror.

* Malcolm X: Make It Plain (2005) - Film on the life of Malcolm X.

* The Murder of Fred Hampton (1971) - Film on the FBI murder of a Black Panther.

* The Times of Harvey Milk (1984) - Film on Harvey Milk and his assassination.

* The United States v. John Lennon (2006) - FBI attacks on John Lennon.

* You Can Fight City Hall (1985) - On LGBT struggle in Columbus, OH.