THIS IS OUR CURRENT SELECTION OF ANTI-WAR FILMS |
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in the Crossfire The Untold Story of Falluja |
Shot from November
2004 to April 2005 inside the city of Falluja, Caught in the Crossfire details
the conditions experienced by civilians as they endured the violent clashes and
consequences of Operation Phantom Fury and became refugees outside the eyes and
care of the international community.
new documentary about the courageous and patriotic anti-war and anti-occupation
movement within the military and their families. Told in the words of veterans
of America's wars. A tool for organizing, mobilizing and counter-recruitment.
West: the Film |
Arlington West is a 56 minute film presenting
a "temporary cemetery" in the sand, erected every Sunday by the Veterans For Peace
in Santa Barbara, Santa Monica, Oceanside and other locations. A flag draped coffin,
and over 1500 wooden crosses, affectionately placed on the beach, invites the
public to honor the unacknowledged fallen U.S. soldiers and laments the cost of
Babylon: In seven minutes, this documentary short explores
the true cost of war from 536 BC to the present day war in Iraq. Beyond
Babylon’s blend of past and present moves from neighborhood
anti-war protests on the very spot where D.W. Griffith filmed his
silent epic, “Intolerance,” to the white crosses of Arlington
West where a father mourns the death of his son in Iraq. War shatters
families, leaving behind a wound that never heals.
Colombia: Cashing-In on the Drug War Failure
20 years of US "war-on-drugs" in Colombia paid for by U.S. tax-payers.
Still, more and more drugs and narco-dollars are entering the US every
year. Is it a failure or a smokescreen by Washington to secure Colombia's
oil & natural resources instead?
Oil Factor: Behind the War on Terror
After a year-and-a-half investigation and a three-month trip to Iraq,
Pakistan and Afghanistan, "THE OIL FACTOR" looks at both the human
cost and the greater geo-strategic picture of George Bush's "war-on-terror".
With solid facts & figures, maps and graphics and original footage
shot on location, the doc features such personalities as Zbigniew
Brzezinski, Noam Chomsky and more.
A riveting Academy Award-winning critique of
the government's history of militarization, made all the more timely
by the current war on terrorism. This is the untold story of the 1989
US invasion of Panama, the shocking events of the assault, the true
motivation for the invasion and a look at how and why the mainstream
media collaborated with the US government to censor information and
deceive the American public.
the Iran Contra Affair
Behind the Iran Contra Affair The shadow government of assassins,
arms dealers, drug smugglers, former CIA operatives and top US military
personnel who were running foreign policy unaccountable to the public,
revealing the Reagan/Bush administration's plan to use FEMA to institute
martial law and ultimately suspend the Constitution. Strikingly relevant
to current events.