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Here is a list of over 100 documentaries you can watch for free online. They are about Science, Consciousness, ETs, you name it. It’s a smorgasbord of fascinating subjects to learn about. If you find a dead link please let us know and we will find another to replace it. Enjoy! 1. Home (2009) 2. Thrive (2011) [&]

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Wall of Films | Films for Action
Here are over 400 of the best social change documentaries—free to watch online at your convenience. It is one wall and one click beyond the emboldened title brings you a plethora of knowledge. 
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This is an amazing site. Lots of great information.

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Wall of Films | Films for Action

Here are over 400 of the best social change documentaries—free to watch online at your convenience. It is one wall and one click beyond the emboldened title brings you a plethora of knowledge.

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This is an amazing site. Lots of great information.

The International Banana Museum

^ That’s where I’ll be visiting tomorrow.

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The Best of VICE on YouTube 2013

It’s been a crazy year for VICE. Our HBO show was nominated for an Emmy, Ad Age called us the Publishing Company of the Year, and our YouTube channel hit almost 4 million subscribers. As a great man once said, “that shit’s cray.”

To celebrate 2013—and to give you something to do while sneaking sips of whisky and avoiding your family during Christmas—we’ve compiled the 30 best videos we released across our YouTube network for your viewing pleasure. 3D-printed guns, Soylent, West African truckers, and paintballing with Tyler, the Creator; it’s all there.

We’d say, “you’re welcome,” but we’d rather say, “thank you.” Thank you for making 2013 our favorite year since, like, forever.

anukkinearthwalker:

i wish people would spend more time reading books, but they don’t so here you guise go….. maybe you will learn something, or maybe there are a few here you haven’t seen or something. either rate. enjoy

i have heard of all these with the exception of maybe 4 or 5… and i have probably seen 6-7…… idk man….. i like books….

it would be pretty easy for me to make a documentary film on hacktivism before anonymous….

in fact that;s a pretty good idea.

edit: there are some really good ones missing from here…..american drug war the last white hope…… and oliver stone’s on south america are the first ones that come to mind …two of the best.

Obey - This is a film based on the book “Death of the Liberal Class” by journalist and Pulitzer prize winner, Chris Hedges.

It charts the rise of the Corporate State, and examines the future of obedience in a world of unfettered capitalism, globalisation, staggering inequality and environmental change.

The film predominantly focuses on US corporate capitalism, but it is my hope that the viewer can recognise the relevance of what is being expressed with regards to domestic political and corporate activity.

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anti-propaganda:

(via Activist Post: Nikola Tesla Secrets - Full Documentary)

'Documentary clips and movie about Serbian scientist Nikola Tesla and his secrets and inventions. This presentation talks about Tesla's life and how he changed our world, from induction motor to wireless and plasma systems, as well as his battles with the power brokers of his era. A full list of his patents can be found here.’

vicemag:

Watch the North Korea Episode of VICE on HBO Right Now, for Free

Chances are, the first time you heard of our HBO show was when news outlets around the world reported that we took Bad-as-I-Wanna-Be NBA Hall-of-Famer Dennis Rodman to North Korea, along with members of the legendary Harlem Globetrotters, to take on the Hermit Kingdom’s national team in a friendly, if entirely absurd, experiment in basketball diplomacy. As you probably know, the enigmatic young ruler of the country, Kim Jong Un, showed up to the game, making us the first American news organization to meet him. It was pretty much the most thrilling thing that could have happened, and when pictures were beamed back to Brooklyn that day, the poured-concrete floors of our offices rippled in cracks and dents as our jaws collectively hit the floor.

Our trip to DPRK is the glorious capstone of the first season of VICE. Here it is, in all its absurd glory.

thecosmonaut:

Finally got around to watching this incredible documentary. Watch it here if you haven’t had the opportunity to experience it yet.
thecosmonaut:

Finally got around to watching this incredible documentary. Watch it here if you haven’t had the opportunity to experience it yet.
thecosmonaut:

Finally got around to watching this incredible documentary. Watch it here if you haven’t had the opportunity to experience it yet.
thecosmonaut:

Finally got around to watching this incredible documentary. Watch it here if you haven’t had the opportunity to experience it yet.

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Finally got around to watching this incredible documentary. Watch it here if you haven’t had the opportunity to experience it yet.

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Turkey’s Civil Revolt: Istanbul Rising

On Friday, May 31, Turkish riot police fired tear gas and pepper spray into a peaceful protest held to save Gezi Park, one of the last green areas in central Istanbul.

This set off the biggest civil uprising in the history of the Turkish Republic, calling for Prime Minister Erdogan’s resignation.

The unrest has spread like wildfire to more than 60 cities where protests are still ongoing. We landed in Istanbul the day it all kicked off.

thedochierarchy: 15 Reasons to Live (Zweig, 2013) Inspired by author Ray Robertson’s book “Why Not: Fifteen Reasons To Live,” filmmaker Alan Zweig embarks on a personal journey to find out what makes life worth living. Featuring 15 short stories, “15 Reasons To Live” is a thoughtful and searching examination on the nature of human happiness, and the profound events in life that can unexpectedly change the course of a person’s destiny.

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TAKE MY PICTURE from GARAGE Magazine on Vimeo.

When we set out to make this short, our intention simply was to observe the phenomenon of fashion bloggers and street style stars. As we started to review the footage, two salient trends became apparent: fashion editors frustrated by the ensuing commotion outside of shows, and the rise of “peacocking” street style stars as a result of the proliferation of blogs. This film examines these themes from both perspectives.

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The Secret Life of Plants: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFByy8QVwrM

The documentary, The Secret Life of Plants is an ecclectic collection of scientific experiments, anthropology and art. Studies show that plants are more aware than most give them credit. This amazing documentary includes:

• Pioneering Indian scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose shows similarities between plant and animal tissue, suggesting that plants have a sensory system like that of humans.

Cleve Baxter, polygraph expert, demonstrates a plant’s amazing (seemingly psychic) sensory abilities.

• Parapsychology researcher, Randy Fontes shows a plant responding to human emotional responses.

• The Dogon tribe is also investigated in an effort to understand unexplained conscience connections.

This video also shows much more. I’m definitely getting a plant for my house soon.

  * Steve Jobs - One Last Thing

short documentary by PBS with ENGLISH subtitles(HD)