Documentaries Archive

Reykjavik Rising: Iceland’s Democratic Uprising Revealed

In 2008, the people of Iceland reacted to the global economic crisis with widespread protest and dissatisfaction with the political inaction that led to the crisis in the first place. Unlike in the United States, where the protests led to approximately zero political changes

As Murdoch Eats National Geographic, Here’s A Documentary You Need To See

With billionaire news mogul Rupert Murdoch (of Fox News fame) buying National Geographic it becomes more important than ever to look at the man who controls one of the 6 biggest media empires in the world. This documentary, Outfoxed, presents a detailed study of Murdoch’s

John Oliver Exposes Massive Philip Morris Corruption

John Oliver goes into detail about the corrupt and underhanded dealings of big tobacco, namely Philip Morris. Most widely known through their namebrand Marlboro, they also control over a dozen over smaller brands with 7 out of the top 15 international brands. Their efforts

Do 105 Photos Show Stonehenge Being Built 100 Years Ago?

Stonehenge, located in Wiltshire, England, is one of those unusual places on Earth that has always been shrouded in mystery. There are a lot of theories about its objectives, its real shape, the real date of building and so many other related questions. The

Solar Roads Are Coming

As of now (31st of May,2014) the Solar Roadways Indiegogo project is finished, and it almost reached double its goal of  $1,000,000 . The project of creating solar roads has been long in the works, with prototypes and videos good enough to inspire investors already released in 2010, like

Documentary Shows US Trains Syrian Rebels at Secret Base

On May 26th, PBS ran a report entitled “Syrian Rebels Describe U.S.-Backed Training in Qatar“. In the article, they quote interviews with rebels who are currently receiving arms and training from the U.S. According to those rebels, the U.S. is teaching them tactics which blatantly violate the

See The Human Cost Of Your iPhone… It Will Shock You

We’d like to think slavery is in the past, but this short and to-the-point documentary asks you to consider that the cellphone you’re holding in your hand may have involved something equally terrible: young Chinese workers enduring 15-hour days without holidays or rights. These

Warlords of Tripoli Documentary

The war in Syria is dragging neighbouring Lebanon to the edge of the abyss, and nowhere is the growing chaos more stark than in the second city of Tripoli. Sunni militants aligned with the Syrian rebels frequently clash with fighters from the city’s encircled