Archive for the ‘Documentaries’ Category

Documentary film on nandigram by anindita sarbadhicary

June 11, 2007

Documentary film on nandigram by anindita sarbadhicary

Uttorer Khoje

Comrades… the first one minute shows the events of Nandigram uncensored
while the remaining I couldn’t understand because it was in bengali and there
are no subtitles..

So do watch the first one minute at least if think you won’t understand the whole

Link on googlevideo


Guerrillera – A documentary on the FARC- EP of Coloumbia

June 5, 2007

A one hour documentary on the FARC , a revolutionary communist organisation
which is waging an armed struggle against the Columbian state and American

Know more about the FARC on Wikipedia

1 hr 15 min

“With English Sub- Titles “

I have translated the spanish description to english below.

From what little that I have seen of the video.. it looks extremely interesting !

I recommend that all those who have
the necessary bandwidth and time to watch it
should not miss it.


“Guerrilla girl” directed by Frank Piasecki Poulsen is a documentary of 90 minutes that the life of “Isabel” narrates, her story as a young person of 20 years from a family of middle-class of leftists who decides to enter the FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia).

They have chosen this guerrilla because it is the “older and greatest movement of liberation of Latin America” and ends up being including in the list of terrorist organizations of E.U. and the EU. A year and means after to have initiated by means of intermediaries the contacts with the FARC, gave green light them and traveled to Colombia in September of 2003 where the director entered and left Colombia illegally to make the production and had to request lent money because nobody wanted to support a so dangerous project.


Link on Googlevideo

Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) releases "Bigwas" a documentary on the New Peoples Army

April 7, 2007

Video features celebrating NPA anniversary now posted on YouTube

The Information Bureau of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today announced that the recently released video documentary “Bigwas” and two other revolutionary music videos have been posted on YouTube. The documentary and music videos were released recently in conjunction with the celebration of the 38th founding anniversary of the New People’s Army (NPA).

“Bigwas” is a feature documentary that exhorts the New People’s Army (NPA) to intensify its tactical offensives to deal armed blows against the Arroyo regime as punishment for perpetrating the extrajudicial killings, abduction, torture and harassment of activists and members of progressive organizations and terrorizing their mass constituencies.

CPP spokesperson Gregorio “Ka Roger” Rosal said that “We take the opportunity of posting ‘Bigwas’ and other forthcoming documentary and music videos on the internet to make information on the New People’s Army more widely accessible to the public and thus serve to inspire a greater number of Filipinos in their efforts to resist the Arroyo regime’s brutal state terrorism through all forms of struggle.”

Internet users can view “Bigwas” by accessing the following addresses:

Part 1

Link to part 1

Part 2

Link to Part 2


Blazing Trail: A Journey Through the Indian Revolution

December 19, 2006

Blazing Trail: A Journey Through the Indian Revolution

An awe inspiring video documentary from the Red areas of India. This film documents the emergence of the Indian revolutionary process, coming as it is in a world of struggle, mass upheaval, rebellion and revolution!

This film includes footage of the Vietnamese people’s defeat of the US imperialists, the victory and success of the Chinese People’s Revolution and massive street rebellions shaking the citadels of imperialism. It shows the overall dialectical development of revolution, both in the oppressed and oppressor nations, shaking the imperialist system’s foundations.

Today in India, the communist forces are stronger, united within the Communist Party Of India (Maoist), leading the Indian revolution by developing People’s War. A must own for anyone who is seriously considering a whole new world.

This movie is a saga of heroism and sacrifice in the face of a brutal enemy masquarading as the World’s “largest democracy”, foundations are being laid for a New Democratic India..

Watch it on the google video website

Abadbhumi, a documentary film based on the forcefull aquisition of farmer’s land in Singur by West Bengal Government on behalf of TATA Motors.

November 30, 2006

Abadbhumi, a documentary film based on the forcefull aquisition of farmer’s land in Singur by West Bengal Government on behalf of TATA Motors.

*With Sub Titles in english.*

Watch it on the google video website

Outfoxed – Mind control techniques used by American Media – Now being replicated on Indian News channels at a television set near you

November 29, 2006

Outfoxed – Mind control techniques used by American Media – Now being replicated on Indian News channels at a television set
near you.

Excellent documentary on mind control techniques used by
media corporations in U.S.A.
All the more relevant for Indians here because
Rupert Murdoch has a large presence in India through
Star Network.

I recommend all readers view this.
Even user’s with low bandwidth and slow internet connections
will be able to watch this.


Outfoxed examines how media empires, led by Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News, have been running a “race to the bottom” in television news. This film provides an in-depth look at Fox News and the dangers of ever-enlarging corporations taking control of the public’s right to know.

The first minute of this video is in Dutch – The remainder is in English

Click on the link below to watch this video

Outfoxed Documentary

Corporations Are Legal Psychopaths Part3

November 21, 2006

Corporations Are Legal Psychopaths Part3

Link to Part 3 of Corporation on Googlevideo

Part 1 and 2

The corporation Part 2

November 19, 2006

The corporation Part 2

Link on Google video

for part 1 click below

The Corporation – Part 1-Corporations are Legal Psychopaths

November 16, 2006

The Corporation

THE CORPORATION explores the nature and spectacular rise of the dominant institution of our time. Footage from pop culture, advertising, TV news, and corporate propaganda, illuminates the corporation’s grip on our lives. Taking its legal status as a “person” to its logical conclusion, the film puts the corporation on the psychiatrist’s couch to ask “What kind of person is it?” Provoking, witty, sweepingly informative.
The Corporation includes forty interviews with corporate insiders and critics – including Milton Friedman, Noam Chomsky, Naomi Klein, and Michael Moore – plus true confessions, case studies and strategies for change.

Winner of 24 INTERNATIONAL AWARDS, 10 of them AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARDS including the AUDIENCE AWARD for DOCUMENTARY in WORLD CINEMA at the 2004 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL. The long-awaited DVD, available now in Australia and coming in March to North America, contains over 8 hour of additional footage.

The film is based on the book The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power by Joel Bakan.

" We " – A documentary overlaid with the words of Arundhati Roy, and images of humanity and the world we live in today.

October 17, 2006

” We ” – A documentary overlaid with the words of Arundhati Roy,images of humanity and the world we live in today.

Watch it on the google video website

In 1997 Arundhati Roy won the Booker Prize for her novel “The God of Small Things”. In 2004 she was awarded the Sydney Peace Prize.

The film examines the widely unregarded worlds of Anthropology and Geopolitics in a very dynamic manner, and is probably stylistically quite unlike any documentary that you have previously seen.

It covers the world politics of power, war, corporations, deception and exploitation. It is particularly hard hitting when it comes to the United States and western powers in general.

Its unconventional style has proven to be very successful in engaging younger viewers – many of whom find more traditional content dealing with these subjects quite dry and uninteresting. It is almost in the style of a music video, featuring contemporary music (lush, curve, love & rockets, boards of canada, nine inch nails, dead can dance, amon tobin, massive attack, totoise, telepop, placebo and faith less) overlaid with the words of Arundhati Roy, and images of humanity and the world we live in today.