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7/7 Investigative Documentary Compilation - take 3 (Film/Video, i-Contact, January 2009)
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Despite repeated calls from the families of victims and survivors there has still been no enquiry into the London Bombings of July 7th 2005. The tragic events of that day have therefore been shrouded in doubt and confusion. With the absence of inquests the rule of law appears to have been suspended for this bomb attack which killed just over 50 innocent Londoners. CultureShop.org presents a DVD containing six investigative documentaries, by different producers, into the events of that day. Version 3 has been reissued as a 2 DVD set. (from £8.00)
SchMOVIES DVD - 2005 (Film/Video, Schnews, January 2008)
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SchNews is a collective of direct action and media activists from Brighton in Sussex. They tour the UK and even Europe sometimes with their own brand of alternative news. A pick of their best SchMOVIES from 2005 including the smash EDO with Mark Thomas. These are high resolution screening copies of some of the best SchMOVIES of 2005. (from £4.00)
V For Video Activist (Film/Video, Schnews, January 2008)
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SchMOVIES DVD Collection 2006 - A pick of SchMOVIES covering various actions from 2006. This film is an inspiration for everyone to use their camcorders to protect Civil Liberties. Annual SchNews videos compilation for 2006. Yet again SchNews pull together, in their characteristic punchy format, the news you never saw on the news at the time. (from £4.00)
Enraged, Israelis Resist IDFs Palestine Occupation (Film/Video, i-Contact, January 2007)
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"Enraged" follows a group of Jewish-Israeli activists who refuse to sit back while the IDF illegal occupation of Palestinian land continues. They bring food into Palestinian villages under curfew, tear down parts of the wall. Euphemistically known as the separation barrier, and serve as human shields for Palestinian demonstrators. (from £5.00)
911 Synthetic Terror, Made in USA (Book, i-Contact, April 2007)
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Author Webster Tarpley is a career expert on covert operations with the background to nail down the monster 9/11 plot (already in 1978 he had exposed the "Red Brigades" as stooges of the secret right-wing P2 lodge.) He has wowed audiences at conferences and on radio with his model of an anti-constitutional Fifth Column of moles, patsies, paramilitary pros and corrupt corporate media: our ruling "rogue network." (from £12.00)
George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography (Book, i-Contact, May 1998)
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Author Webster Tarpley has written a 700-page, groundbreaking, blockbuster classic study of America's narco-mafiocracy. Read how the Bushes got rich building up Hitler's Nazi war machine ~ Iran-Contra ~ The Reagan shooting ~ Luring Iraq to attack Kuwait ~ The secret government ~ Kissinger, Mao, and genocide in the "Third World" ~ The Skull and Bones Club ~ and much more... (from £10.00)
Mind The Gap: The 7/7 London Bombings (Film/Video, 9/11 Truth Bristol, July 2006)
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Why has there been no public investigation into the London explosions of 7th July 2005? This investigative documentary uncovers evidence that points to a high-level cover-up & asks why the media are reporting the four suspects as 'suicide bombers' when there is little or no evidence in the public domain that they were. Narrated by ex-MI5 officer David Shayler, this 40 minute film cuts through leaks and spin to explain why the official government story of the four lone suicide bombers just does not add up. (includes Loose Change II) (from £2.00)
Hole In The Wall: Palestine under occupation (Film/Video, i-Contact, May 2006)
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This series of eighteen documentary films on one DVD were shot in and around occupied Palestine. They demonstrate what everyday life is like for Palestinians under military occupation. Scenes shift from checkpoints to schoolyards to heartbreaking stories about how impossible ordinary life has become. (from £7.00)
MAMA/M.A.M.A. - Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (Film/Video, Pissant Productions, January 2006)
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"Mama/M.A.M.A." is a groundbreaking film that examines Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, a bizarre form of supposed child abuse in which a mother pretends her child is ill - or actually makes her child sick- in order to get the sympathy and praise of the medical community. Amy's film questions the validity of Munchausen's Syndrome by Proxy, arguing that in many cases doctors over-medication of infants and over-reliance on lab tests may be the real cause of the childrens' illness rather than abuse by their mothers. (from £10.00)
Empire in the Andes - the war against the poor (Film/Video, Barricade Films, February 2006)
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This documentary takes a critical look at the strategies and effects of US foreign and economic policy in Latin America, especially in Colombia and Ecuador. Since the introduction of Plan Colombia in 2000, the Andean countries are becoming increasingly militarized, especially the remote communities on the borders of Colombia with Ecuador and Venezuela. (from £11.00)
Outsiders: The Peace Convoy (Film/Video, Martin Parry, January 2006)
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This is the story of the struggles for Stonehenge Free Festival during 1985 and 1986. In an early example of 'embedded journalism' before the term was in vogue, the filmmaker travels with and uncovers the values and motivations of a group of travellers which originated in the 'Peace camps' of the 1980's, including Molesworth and Greenham Common. (from £8.00)
Very British Coup, A (Film/Video, Skreba Films, November 1988)
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In this 1988 BAFTA award winning drama, ex steel worker Harry Perkins leads the Labour Party to a stunning election victory. His manifesto includes the removal of American bases, public control of finance and the dismantling of the newspaper monopolies. The Establishment is horrified. As MI5 conspires with the City and the press barons to bring him down, Harry Perkins finds himself caught up in a no-holds barred battle for control of the country. (from £8.00)
Battle of the Beanfield, The (Book, Andy Worthington, June 2005)
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On June 1st 1985, a convoy of travellers, peace protestors, green activists and festival-goers set off from Savernake Forest in Wiltshire to establish the 12th annual free festival at Stonehenge. There were around 450 people in total, and they included a number of women and children. They never reached their destination. Eight miles from the Stones they were ambushed, assaulted and arrested with unprecedented brutality by a quasi-military police force of over 1,300 officers drawn from six counties and the MoD. (from £12.00)
Mark Thomas Comedy Show 2005 (Film/Video, Undercurrents, July 2005)
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Banished from our TV screens since 2002 one of Britains most daring comedian is back! In crystal clear sound and vision, the TV comedian reveals the inside story on how he upset the U.S secret service by putting a bounty on the life of President Bush. Mark also obtains police surveillance images of himself. Find out why the funny man was forced to sing for his life underneath a busload of East London arms dealers. Dodge wildy as he takes a potshots at foxhunters, advertisers, and a host of multi-national corporations. (from £14.00)
This is Camp X-Ray (Film/Video, UHC Collective, April 2005)
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Punchy DVD by Damien Mahoney documenting "This is Camp X-ray", a week long, fully functional internment camp - art installation in the middle of Manchester. "One of the most challenging and ambitious art events to have taken place in recent times." Manchester"s City Life magazine. UHC is a radical art and design collective. "This Is Camp X-Ray" artist Jai Redman is a resident of Hulme and one of the founders of UHC. (from £4.00)
Not In My Name III - Why War? The Invasion of Iraq (Film/Video, Platform Films, February 2004)
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What are the REAL reasons behind the US invasion of Iraq? "WHY WAR" is a provocative film which throws a revealing new light on George Bush's "war on terrorism". The film is narrated by Prunella Scales and includes material from Iraq never previously shown in this country, unique footage of the anti-war protests and exclusive interviews with Noam Chomsky, Bianca Jagger, Greg Pallast, George Monbiot, Lindsey German, Tony Benn, George Galloway, Michaeal Meacher. 50 minutes. (from £2.00)
SchNews at Ten ...The Book (Book, Schnews, March 2005)
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It all started in a squatted courthouse in Brighton back in 1994 with people wearing silly wigs reading out the alternative news. Ever since then SchNEWS has been publishing continuous weekly newsheets full of radical get-off-your-arse direct action politics from Britain and across the world. This book brings together some of the key stories of the decade from the big roads protests and anti-Criminal Justice Act movement in the nineties through to the global anti-capitalist movement and opposition to the war in Iraq. 320pp. (from £5.00)
Peace Not War II (Music, i-Contact, November 2004)
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THE SECOND PEACE NOT WAR double CD: Selected from 500 submissions and aimed at a youth market, the 37 track compilation redefines protest music for the twenty-first century: non-stop funky beats on one disc and fat guitars on the other, with deep and inspiring lyrics throughout. Produced & funded independently by a small, cuddly collective of activists & musicians, the CDs are sold here and by peace groups to raise funds. (from £5.00)
Revolution Will Not Be Televised, The (Film/Video, Hands off Venezuela, April 2003)
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Hugo Chavez, elected president of Venezuela in 1998, is a colorful, unpredictable folk hero, beloved by his nation's working class and a tough-as-nails, quixotic opponent to the power structure that would see him deposed. Two independent filmmakers were inside the presidential palace on April 11, 2002, when he was forcibly removed from office. They were also present 48 hours later when, remarkably, he returned to power amid cheering aides. Their film records what was probably history's shortest-lived coup d'état. (from £10.00)
Money Masters, The: the origins and power of money (Film/Video, i-Contact, July 2004)
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How International Bankers Gained Control of America. A unique three-and-a-half hour documentary tracing the origins of money. Today's Money Masters have their roots in the development of fractional reserve banking in the 17th century which brought a new sophistry to techniques initially used by goldsmiths to fraudulently accumulate wealth. Starting with the privately owned Bank of England in 1694, central banks have spread throughout the world monopolising money and turning our need for cash into a diabolical privately owned money-spinner. (from £16.00)
9/11: In Plane Site (Film/Video, i-Contact, December 2004)
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Here, live TV clips from New York TV Channels on September 11th 2001 and CNN official footage are reviewed, slowed down, examined frame by frame. The official story of that day was told on live TV by New York's reporters, policemen, firefighters, and other on-the-scene eyewitnesses, however, crucial footage was shown only once, ground zero was bulldozed and this TV evidence was never repeated. The stories changed, information such as the collapse of WTC 7 disappeared, and propaganda took the place of reality. (from £10.00)
SchNews at Ten ...The Movie (Film/Video, Schnews, April 2005)
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Starring a cast of thousands, a million extras and a budget of zero this is the SchNEWS Movie. This film features rare footage of many of the actions and protests covered by SchNEWS’ free weekly newsletter since 1994, as well as charting how it has inspired, incited and kept it together for a decade. It’s a journey which starts with Justice, Brighton’s direct action campaign against the Criminal Justice Act and the road protests of the nineties through to the global anti-capitalist movement with much more in between. (from £10.00)
Greenham: The Making of a Monument (Film/Video, UndercurrentsFoundation, December 2004)
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The organisers of mass protests against nuclear weapons recall how they mobilised thousands of women during the 1980s at the Greenham Common airbase. This was a peculiarly British stand against the presence of US 'Cruise' missiles at the nominally UK but actually US controlled Berkshire airbase. As the story of the protest is recalled a monument is being constructed in memory of the well-known women's peace camp. (from £7.00)
Undercurrents News Network 1 (Film/Video, Undercurrents, April 2004)
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For 10 years, the award winning media organisation Undercurrents has embedded video journalists among some of the most radical protest groups. Britain's latest - and most innovative - news provider, the Undercurrents News Network (UNN) reveals their dramatic stories. When the Smoke Clearz;The Meatrix; Whose News; Consumption; Occupation; Read My Lips; Hercubush; Woomera Breakout; 100mins. (from £8.00)
We Interrupt This Empire... (Film/Video, Wispered Media, October 2003)
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The San Francisco Video Activist Network presents the story you won't see on Fox News: an unflinching look at the Bay Area's radical resistance to an illegal and horrific war. "This a a clear picture of what's left of an American conscience in the midst of this national horror-show--this is the best damn doc I've seen on the local face of what might have been the largest anti-war movement in world history. " Craig Baldwin, Other Cinema (from £10.00)
Rogues, Rascals, and Runaways (Film/Video, Beast Productions, April 2002)
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Rogues, Rascals and Runaways is a film about horse-drawn travellers. This film dips into their world for a few weeks in springtime as three 'living' wagons travel along beside the motorway then over the stormy mountains into Dumfries and Galloway, finding sanctuary in the small village of Durisdeer. (from £8.00)
Despite The City: Eastenders vs. the Developers (Film/Video, Spectacle, March 1984)
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A critical look at the City of London's 1980's property tycoons. There's a thousand stories on the big City Developers, and video sleuths Despite TV have unearthed a few of the nastier ones in this East Side Story of power, corruption and yes, lies. As high finance and insider dealings encroach upon the East Enders' manor. Well researched and intelligently constructed, this is community video taking on the big boys. (from £8.00)
Fourth World War, The (Film/Video, Big Noise Films, June 2003)
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THE FOURTH WORLD WAR is a powerful new film from the makers of 'This Is What Democracy Looks Like', 'Zapatista', and 'Black & Gold'. It weaves together the stories of movements against empire from Palestine, Iraq, Chiapas, Argentina, South Africa, South Korea to Quebec City and Genoa. (from £10.00)
Informed Dissent (Noam Chomsky Chomsky/Peace News) (Film/Video, Undercurrents, April 2003)
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Peace News, in cooperation with Undercurrents, have recently produced a new anti-war video on CD-ROM. Described by Time Out as "essential viewing and listening", the disc features over 75 minutes of footage. Includes full version of Undercurrents award winning film: Globalisation and the Media. (from £10.00)
Globalisation Tapes. The (Film/Video, Ind Plantation Workers Union of Sumatra et at, March 2003)
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Produced collectively by the Independent Plantation Workers' Union of Sumatra. This beautifully shot and humorous film uses Western commercials, role play, and interviews to analyse the dehumanising impact of neo-liberal economics on millions of Indonesians. (from £6.00)
Not In My Name II - The Human Shields (Film/Video, Platform Films, September 2003)
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This film follows George Galloway and others from Britain who undertook a 3000 mile journey on London Routemaster buses to create a 'Human Shield' against the the Iraq War. The film looks at their reception along the way and how the shields coped around Iraq after war began. 50mins (from £2.00)
Free Mumia Abu-Jamal (Music, Esan Ozenki, April 2002)
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Produced by published by Esan Ozenki in the Basque Country proceeds to this 2 1/2 hour double CD go to fund the campaign to free Free MumiaAbu-Jamal. Mumia Abu-Jamal is the ex Black Panther Press officer who was fitted up by the Philadelphia police and is currently on Death row awaiting execution. Music includes Primal Scream, Chumbawamba, Zion Train, Asian Dub Foundation, Smith & Mighty and many more. 2 CD - 32tracks - 150 minutes - 31 BANDS +booklet (from £15.00)
Operation Solstice: The Battle of the Beanfield (Film/Video, Neil Goodwin, September 1996)
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420 people were arrested on 1 June 1985 on their way to Stonehenge to hold the 11th People's Free Festival. Using video footage, the police radio log, photographs and personal testimony to recreate what became known as the BATTLE OF THE BEANFIELD, this documentary presents horrifying evidence of the illegal paramilitary tactics employed by police as they smashed up travellers' homes. (from £10.00)
Indymedia European Newsreal One (Film/Video, Indymedia Newsreal, December 2002)
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The first of the European 'Newsreals'. Half an hour of five minute films from around Europe. This video was produced by a collaboration of video groups across Europe, including Undercurrents in the UK. (from £4.00)
Life In The Fast Lane - No M11 campaign (Film/Video, Neil Goodwin, April 1995)
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The No M11 Story This feature length documentary presents the inside story of the No M11 Campaign, recounting 15 months of direct action against one of the most controversial schemes in the history of British road-building. "Excellent..." JOHN PILGER "Brilliant. It both inspired me and gave me a much needed boost in energy and commitment." STEVE PLATT, New Statesman (from £10.00)
Seeds of Hope (Ploughshares action) (Film/Video, Neil Goodwin, April 1998)
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SEEDS OF HOPE presents the inside story of how four women disarmed an Indonesia-bound Hawk fighter to prevent its use against the people of East Timor, and how, to gasps of astonishment, a Liverpool jury accepted their defence that they had acted to prevent the crime of genocide. Using personal testimony, reconstruction and extracts of video evidence left in the cockpit of Hawk ZH 955, this documentary places events into a wider context of the Ploughshares Movement. (from £8.00)
J18, First Global Protest Against Capitalism (Film/Video, Undercurrents, July 2000)
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Although many people see Seattle (2000) as the first big anti-capitalist protest it was arguably the J18 ?carnival against capitalism? the previous year which kick started the anti-capitalist movements. On June 18th 1999 there were protests all around the world. In Britain tens of thousands of demonstrators, some wearing pinstripe suits, turned out to shut down the City of London. (from £8.00)
All Hands That Are Ready (Music, Seize The Day, April 2002)
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The first CD available on this site is from a topical up-beat folk band. "Always topical & ahead of the herd, Seize the Day?s music keeps you in touch with what?s going to be the next big issue" Sustainable Life Magazine (from £15.00)
Proud Arabs and Texan Oilmen (Gulf War Analysis) (Film/Video, Platform Films, April 1999)
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"Presents the Anti-Gulf War message that didn?t get heard at the time...you will be left with an image of a bloody unequal war fought for cynical objectives by a megalomaniac America" (from £4.00)
Pie's the Limit, The (Global Pastry Uprising) (Film/Video, Wispered Media, April 1999)
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A chronicle of the global pastry uprising of the Biotic Baking Brigade, starring San Francisco mayor Willie Brown and the CEOs of Chevron and Monsanto. This video features a cornucopia of political pie-throwings in San Francisco and beyond, including a brief history of consumable comedy and behind the scenes interviews with real underground pie tossers... Plus, corporate media analysis and in-your-face politics. Watch in delight as a half dozen demagogues are served up their just deserts! (from £4.00)
Cause Of Ireland, The: Troubles, 60's & 70's (Film/Video, Platform Films, April 1983)
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Many know of Michael Collins and the popularisation of the IRA in the early twentieth century. However the Irish 'troubles', in the 1960s-1970s, characterised by one-sided reporting, is still not well known outside Ireland itself. In conversation with ordinary people on both sides of Ulster's sectarian divide, this documentary fills in the gap. This is a must see if you want to understand Northern Ireland's recent past. (from £4.00)
This is What Democracy Looks Like (Film/Video, Big Noise Films, October 1999)
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A co-production of the Seattle Independent Media Center and Big Noise Films, THIS IS WHAT DEMOCRACY LOOKS LIKE is a 70 minute documentary capturing the events of the 1999 anti-WTO protests in Seattle. (from £10.00)
Summit, The (Earth Summit, Johannesburg) (Film/Video, Nick Frances, September 2002)
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'The Summit' is a 30 minute documentary filmed during the recent Earth Summit in Johannesburg. Through filming with Summit officials and residents of the Soweto and Alexandra townships, the film seeks to expose the scandalous gap between rhetoric and reality in the global attempt to tackle world poverty through sustainable development. (from £4.00)
Zapatista! (Film/Video, Big Noise Films, April 1998)
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ZAPATISTA! is an inspiring first-hand account of a struggle that will challenge the way you think about the world. Armed with sticks and words against a ?First World? military, eight thousand Zapatistas have fought 75,000 Federal troops to a stand-still. Ignored by a mainstream press that cannot and will not cover them, the Zapatistas have used poems and children?s stories smuggled on horseback and distributed on the internet. (from £7.00)
Devonport Nuclear Safety Lecture (Film/Video, i-Contact, October 2002)
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John Large is a nuclear consultant. For many years he worked at the heart of Britain's nuclear industry, now he is hired by governments around the world to give an expert independent view on all issues radioactive. This talk was recorded July '02 in the run-up to the review of safety measures round the Royal Navy's Plymouth dockyard. Devonport is a major nuclear base in the middle of a city. Large explains, in the public interest, the real dangers of Devonport which have been hushed up by DML (Haliburton) and the Royal Navy. (from £3.00)
Not in My Name I - Afghanistan & the War on Terror (Film/Video, Platform Films, February 2002)
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"Not in my name" is a powerful new documentary film which tells the story of the U.S. led war on terrorism you DIDN'T see on TV. Why is dropping bombs on or firing cruise missiles at innocent civillians not considered 'terrorism' by the Western military? "Not in my name" explains the background to the attacks on Afghanistan, charts the growth of the anti-war movement and offers a chilling insight to the dangers of U.S. led imperialism. Which country will NATO attack next? Who are the REAL terrorists? (from £2.00)
Hidden Wars of Desert Storm (Gulf War analysis) (Film/Video, Free-WillProductions, June 2001)
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Narrated by John Hurt, this award winning documentary is a two year investigation into Iraq and The Gulf War. It charts the U.S. and U.K. governments' relationship with Iraq from the second World War. Essential viewing for anyone wanting to understand issues such as Oil, Weapons inspectors, Depleted Uranium, Gulf War Syndrome and why the U.S. govt. is now targeting Iraq in its War on Terrorism. (from £3.00)
Battle of Trafalgar - The UK Poll Tax Riot (Film/Video, Spectacle, February 1991)
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A chronological account of the anti-poll tax demonstration on 31st March 1990, one that contrasts disturbingly with the version presented by television news. Eyewitnesses tell their stories against a backdrop of the day's events as they unfold. Demonstrators' testimonies raise some questions about public order policing, the independence and accountability of the media and the right to demonstrate. Evidence clearly shows elements within the police provoking the riot. (from £10.00)
Truth Lies In Rostock, The (Fascism in Germany) (Film/Video, Spectacle, September 1994)
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August 1992 Lichtenhagen estate, Rostock, former East Germany. Police withdraw as fascists petrol bomb a refugee centre and the home of Vietnamese guest workers while 3000 spectators stood by and clapped. Using material filmed from inside the attacked houses and interviews with anti-fascists, the Vietnamese guest workers, police, bureaucrats, neo-nazis and residents, a story of political collusion and fear unfolds. (from £10.00)
Exodus Extended Mix - Exodus Collective, Luton (Film/Video, Spectacle, September 1995)
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The Luton based Exodus Collective came into existence in 1992 as part of the growing DIY ance and housing culture which arose in response to unemployment, poverty and frustration amongst urban youngsters. They organised free 'rave' parties, renovated derelict homes, set up a community farm and opened a vibrant community centre, The Ark, on Luton's Marsh Farm estate. (from £10.00)
Despite The Sun: Wapping and the Print Unions (Film/Video, Spectacle, September 1987)
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In January 1986 Rupert Murdoch moved News International, publishers of the Sun and the Sunday Times, from Fleet Street to Wapping in East London. Over 5,000 print workers, clerical staff, cleaners and secretaries were sacked in one day. Despite the Sun is a montage and eyewitness account of the year long dispute which shook the newspaper industry. Picture and sound quality is not broadcast standard but the unique insight and eyewitness accounts make up for this. (from £8.00)
Berlusconi's Mousetrap (Genoa 2001) (Film/Video, Indymedia Ireland, August 2002)
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The Protests against the G8 in July 2001 in Genoa Italy were the biggest and most significant protests in Western Europe since the Poll Tax riots in the UK. Italian Prime Minister Sylvio Berlusconi, wanting to impress his new best mate George W. Bush, orchestrated a brutal Media/Police preemptive strike on the Anti-Capitalist Movements' biggest First World mobilisation to date. (from £4.00)
Drowned Out - Narmada Dam Story, India (Film/Video, Spanner Films, August 2002)
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An Indian family decide to stay at home and drown rather than move out of the way for the Narmada dam. 'Drowned Out' - the new 75 minute epic from Franny Armstrong, director of the infamous 'McLibel - Two Worlds Collide'. (from £10.00)
Undercurrents 8 (Pig Brother) (Film/Video, Undercurrents, December 1997)
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Undercurrent's 8th Alt News Video. Gandalf Trial, Kurdish Woman MP Leyla Zana Jailed, Timber Coldcut Video, New Labour New Arms, Pig Brother, Are we really seeing valuable stories on local news?, Residents stop developers building a superstore on local beauty spot and more UK and international stories. (from £10.00)
McLibel - Two Worlds Collide (Film/Video, Spanner Films, September 1997)
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McLibel: Two Worlds Collide is the inside story of the single father and the part-time bar worker who took on the McDonald's Corporation. Filmed over three years, the 50 minute documentary follows Helen Steel and Dave Morris as the anonymous campaigners turn into unlikely global heroes. (from £5.00)
Not This Time: anti-casualisation campaign (Film/Video, Conscious Cinema, September 2002)
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Simon Jones was killed on his first day as a casual worker at the Shoreham dock of Euromin after being sent there by the employment agency Personnel Selection. While campaigning to bring those responsible for Simon's death to justice, Simon's family and friends have faced a systematic government cover-up of the human cost of casualisation. NOT THIS TIME - THE STORY OF THE SIMON JONES MEMORIAL CAMPAIGN (2002 UPDATE) is the story of that campaign. (from £3.00)
Rattle in Seattle, Capitals Ill, Crowd Bites Wolf (Film/Video, Guerillavision, December 2001)
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Since Seattle Guerillavision have been documenting the campaigns against globalisation from behind the barricades. These are stylistic hard hitting films (Big Rattle in Seattle, Capitals Ill and Crowd Bites wolf) which pull no punches. But be careful, watching all three together will have you reaching for a rock and heading for the nearest symbol of capitalist oppression. (from £6.00)
Undercurrents 10 3/4 (Globalisation and The Media) (Film/Video, Undercurrents, January 2002)
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Not Undercurrents 11, but almost. Globalisation and The Media, which explores the role of the media in this corporate led take over of the Planets natural resources. Revolting in Prague, WTO/IMF conference shut down by activists. Mark Thomas and the Met, watch TV comedian give London police the run around. Stop The Crop, anti-gmo commentary. (from £10.00)
Coconut Revolution, The (Bougainville story) (Film/Video, Stampede, November 2001)
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This is the modern-day story of a native peoples remarkable victory over Western Colonial power. A Pacific island rose up in arms against giant mining corporation Rio Tinto Zinc (RTZ) - and won despite a military occupation and blockade. When RTZ decided to step up production at the Panguna Mine on the island of Bougainville, they got more than they bargained for. The islands people had enough of seeing their environment ruined and being treated as pawns by RTZ. (from £10.00)
Nonviolence for a Change (Film/Video, Just Us Productions, September 2001)
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The right to take direct action on issues we strongly believe in is a right protected in all free nations. But what is nonviolence? Can it be effective? Is property damage violent? Should all direct action be nonviolent? This film follows several non-violent activists, they explain why for them, violence against other people is deeply counter-productive. (from £5.00)
Suits & Savages: GEF/World Bank & 'Development' (Film/Video, Conscious Cinema, April 2005)
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'India Ecodevelopment' is a tiger conservation project funded by the Global Environment Facility/World Bank. We take a long zoom from one remote tribe in Nagarhole, Southern India, to another, more powerful, in Washington DC, via heated debate between activists and Bank staff, and an emotional video letter from the forest. Includes 2005 update. (from £7.00)
Mark Purdey and Organophosphate (Film/Video, i-Contact, September 2001)
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Organic livestock farmer Mark Purdey was ordered in the 1980's, along with all cattle and dairy farmers in the UK, to treat his cows with an organophosphate pesticide 'Phosmet' manufactured by I.C.I.. Organophosphates are derived from military nerve gas and a systemic treatment (the chemical enters the entire internal system of the cow) would undermine his organic principles so Mark refused to treat. (from £3.00)
The Land magazine 4 Can Britain Feed Itself? (Book, i-Contact, January 2008)
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The Land is written by and for people who believe that the roots of justice, freedom, social security and democracy lie not so much in access to money, or to the ballot box, as in access to land and its resources. The Land reflects the preoccupations of two previous publications: The Land Is Ours Newsletter, which for nine years informed people about land campaigns, in the UK and abroad.; and Chapter 7 News, which since 1999 has published news and views about the UK planning system. (from £4.00)
The Land Magazine 5 Neglected Muscle-Power Tools (Book, i-Contact, June 2008)
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The Land is written by and for people who believe that the roots of justice, freedom, social security and democracy lie not so much in access to money, or to the ballot box, as in access to land and its resources. The Land reflects the preoccupations of two previous publications: The Land Is Ours Newsletter, which for nine years informed people about land campaigns, in the UK and abroad and Chapter 7 News, which since 1999 has published news and views about the UK planning system. (from £4.00)
The Land magazine 6 Three Cheers for the Recession (Book, i-Contact, February 2009)
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The Land is written by and for people who believe that the roots of justice, freedom, social security and democracy lie not so much in access to money, or to the ballot box, as in access to land and its resources. The Land reflects the preoccupations of two previous publications: The Land Is Ours Newsletter, which for nine years informed people about land campaigns, in the UK and abroad and Chapter 7 News, which since 1999 has published news and views about the UK planning system. (from £4.00)