• The Futian Market in Yiwu in China is where wholesale buyers come from around the world to snap up cheap Chinese goods. Covering 4 million square meters, 120,000 suppliers hawk everything from toys to fluffy handcuffs and dancing Santas. Business here moves at breakneck speed and the air is full of tales of quick bucks,...

  • Style Wars Style Wars
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    This documentary exposes the rich growing subculture of hip-hop that was developing in New York City in the late ’70s and early ’80s, specifically focusing on graffiti art and breakdancing. DOWNLOAD: SAVEDEO

  • 911 Press For Truth 9/11 Press For Truth
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    This movie was created by the families who fought to create The 9/11 Family Steering Commission. The documentary takes you behind the scenes as the US Government investigated themselves regarding the events of 9/11. Many were killed due to their coverups over the health conditions putting rescue workers at risk and forbidding them from wearing helpful...

  • “Militainment, Inc.” probes the developing relationship between militarism and popular culture – especially the phenomenon of the entertaining war. Narrated and produced by University of Georgia Professor Roger Stahl, the film examines the relationship between the Pentagon and the entertainment industries in nine, 10-20min segments: Spectacle, Clean War, Technofetishism, Demonization, Reality TV, Sports, Toys, Video...

  • Filmmaker Patricia Foulkrod examines the experiences of Iraq War veterans and the plight of the military. She documents stories of human wreckage arising from the horrors of war and military training dehumanizing soldiers. Approximately 10 veterans discuss how their time in Iraq changed their lives irrevocably .

  • Join these Urban Explorers into the depths of New York in ‘Undercity New York.’  This film was made during some adventures underground with Steve Duncan of undercity.org. Download: Savedeo More Info: www.undercity.org

  • Traumatized by the September 11th attacks, one man struggles to dismantle official history, at the expense of his sanity and even his life. Grappling with multiple realities – and multiple personalities – he must retreat into his mind in pursuit of the truth. In a fictional film about non-fictional events, there is a place where...

  • Crimethinc Crimethinc: Breaking The Spell
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    An hour-long look at the 1999 Seattle WTO protests and the anarchists (particularly those from Eugene) who traveled there to set a new precedent for militant confrontation. Rather than attempting to cover every situation at the WTO, Breaking the Spell has covers a few scenes film in depth. It is filmed in the thick of...

  • A crew of documentary filmmakers travel around the West coast of the US with 5 parkour athletes, ending up at Burning Man. This film documents the experience over 9 months. It was life changing.   TORRENT: https://thepiratebay.se/search/People%20in%20Motion/0/99/0  

  • From the catacombs of Paris to an abandoned castle in Glasgow, director Melody Gilbert follows urban explorers as they discover, unearth and investigate the long-forgotten spaces that surround us. Solo participants like the cartography-obsessed Slim Jim and teams like the Action Squad discuss their introduction to the underground community of urban explorers and what drives...

  • This eye opening long documentary film elaborates on the discovery of American media lies by comparing how news are delivered to the US population and to other countries around the world. The film provides a striking comparison of U.S. and international media coverage of the crisis in the ME zeroing in on how structural distortions...

  • Web Warriors is a one-hour documentary that offers an unprecedented glimpse into the world’s newest and most vulnerable frontier: cyberspace. We enter the world of hackers like Mafia Boy – a 15 year old high school student who rose to infamy in 2000 by causing millions of dollars in damage after single-handedly shutting down internet...

  • For the past five years, Russia’s been building walls around its web and packing it with tech oligarchs, startup cities, face-finding algorithms, hacker hunters, and, of course, a few bears. In this episode of Bloomberg’s Hello World, Ashlee Vance travels to Mother Russia to see how they do tech.

  • Hackers were once embraced, due to bad press they are now feared. Starting with phone hackers or ‘phreaks’ who could make free phone calls and soon took complete control of the telephone systems. This documentary explains the beginnings of hacking and covers the lives of Captain Crunch, Kevin Mitnick, Steve Wozniak, and several other key hackers....

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