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The videos on the site will sharpen your awareness of everything from life inside North Korea to the rise of President Donald Trump to power, to the politics of high-powered corporate greed and corruption. These are true documentaries you will not want to miss. Besides after watching these handpicked documentaries you will have broadened your political knowledge while being highly entertained.

Knock Down The House


Knock Down The House

Go behind the scenes as four ambitious women including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez challenge big-money politicians in the 2018 Congressional race. Starring:Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Cori Bush, Paula Jean Swearingen




Get Me Roger Stone


Get Me Roger Stone

Examine the rise, collapse and rebirth of political operative Roger Stone, who has been an active member of Team Trump for decades.




The Great Hack


The Great Hack

Learn how a data company called Cambridge Analytica came to symbolize the dark side of social media following the 2016 U.S. presidential election.




The Edge of Democracy


The Edge of Democracy

Political documentary and personal memoir collide in this exploration into the complex truth behind the unraveling of two Brazilian presidencies.




The 13th


The 13th

In this thought-provoking film, academics, advocates and politicians are discussing the criminalization of African Americans and the U.S. prison boom.




American Factory


American Factory

In this film, it is expected that the Chinese company would rebuild a shuttered factory through Ohio. But the clash of culture threatens to shatter the American dream.




Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press


Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press

Hulk Hogan's lawsuit against Gawker Media sheds light on rich, powerful figures who threaten freedom of the press in order to silence critics.




Reversing Roe


Reversing Roe

Via interviews with abortion rights activists and critics, this movie is turning a blind eye to a decades-long political movement to reverse Roe v. Wade.




Winter on Fire: Ukraine's Fight for Freedom


Winter on Fire: Ukraine's Fight for Freedom

Over 93 days in Ukraine, what started as a nonviolent student protest became a violent revolution and a full-fledged civil rights movement.




Feminists: What Were They Thinking?


Feminists: What Were They Thinking?

Revisiting the 1970s photos of women who witnessed a feminist revolution, this film explores the lives of these people and discusses the ongoing need for change.




The Square 2013


The Square 2013

This Emmy-winning, street-level view of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution shows the extraordinary upheaval that led to the collapse of two regimes.




The Unknown Known


The Unknown Known

Donald Rumsfeld is examining his long political career, from his time in Congress to working as Secretary of Defense under Gerald Ford and George W. Bush. Starring:Donald Rumsfeld, Errol Morris




Saving Capitalism


Saving Capitalism

Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich meets with Americans from all walks of life as he chronicles a seismic shift in the economy of the country. Starring:Robert Reich




Alt-Right: Age of Rage


Alt-Right: Age of Rage

The film follows the White Power Leader and Antifa protester who contributed to the Charlottesville protests in the first year of Trump's presidency.




Bobby Sands: 66 Days


Bobby Sands: 66 Days

In 1981, an imprisoned Irish Republican Army soldier went on a hunger strike that galvanized his movement and made him a controversial international symbol.




Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower


Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower

Mobilized by teenage leader Joshua Wong, young people from Hong Kong take to the streets to protect their legacy of independence from China.





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