Geronimo Pratt

Geronimo ji Jaga Pratt was one of the longest held political prisoners in the US. A former leader of the Black Panther Party, he was imprisoned from 1970 to 1997 for a crime he did not commit

Trouble #3: Refugees Welcome

In the third episode of Trouble we bring you stories of people who take great risks to escape war and state repression, and those who support them.

Day of the Gun

A look at the life and death of prisoner and revolutionary George Jackson

Trouble #2: Bash the Fash

In the second episode of Trouble, we look at the rise of the new right and those acting to resist them

BERTA DIDN’T DIE, SHE MULTIPLIED

Berta Caceres’ death has not silenced the many campesinxs fighting for justice and Indigenous Sovereignty

The Greek tragedy, economic blackmail and democratic treason, the impact of the refugee crisis and a visit to Exarchia, Athen’s Arnarchist hood.

Trouble # 1: Killing the Black Snake

The first episode of Trouble, looks beyond the mainstream narratives surrounding the Standing Rock encampment to get a better understanding of some of the camp’s overlooked dynamics, including serious disagreements over which tactics to use to best stop the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL).

I fight therefore I am

...documents many of the experiences of struggles and solidarity that have been taking place in Greece and Spain since 2008

In the Shadow of Borders

Is Canada the welcoming country for migrants it likes to call itself?

Syria: The story of an impossible revolution

Ecos Del Desgarro describes the untold story of the Syrian revolution, and the effort for horizontal self-organization by grassroots committees, who aimed to create a new world while facing the brutal repression of Bashar Al Assad.

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Without a Boss

The former Zanon factory in Argentina, now known as “Sin Patrón” (Without a Boss) has 450 workers and has been self-organized for 13 years. As the name implies, they have no boss

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34 MINS, 2017

Trouble #3: Refugees Welcome

Trouble #3: Refugees Welcome

In this month's episode of Trouble, anarchist media collective we interview a number of individuals from around the world who are helping to chart a course for the future based on living practices of solidarity and mutual aid, and who are invested in tearing down the physical and imaginary borders that seek to keep us divided.

34 MINS, 2017

30 MINS, 2017

Trouble #2: Bash The Fash

Trouble #2: Bash The Fash

Reactionary right-wing politics are on the rise in the west, and events are moving at a dangerous pace. In the wake of Trump's ascendency to the US presidency, a toxic mix of white nationalism, Islamophobia, transphobia, violent misogyny, and anti-migrant hysteria is rapidly coalescing into a growing movement that has in turn sparked a surge of interest

30 MINS, 2017

1 MIN, 2017

Become A Trouble Maker

Become A Trouble Maker

subMedia has launched Trouble, a monthly documentary series intended to be screened in groups.

1 MIN, 2017

2 MIN, 2017

Here comes Trouble

Here comes Trouble

Trouble, a brand-new monthly show offering an in-depth anarchist analysis of current struggles, tactics and movement dynamics.

2 MIN, 2017

29 MINS, 2017

Trouble #1: Killing the Black Snake

Trouble #1: Killing the Black Snake

The first episode of Trouble, looks beyond the mainstream narratives surrounding the Standing Rock encampment to get a better understanding of some of the camp’s overlooked dynamics, including serious disagreements over which tactics to use to best stop the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL).

29 MINS, 2017

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1.5 MINS, 2017

Rent Strike in Toronto

Rent Strike in Toronto

On Wednesday June 7th, tenants from the Toronto neighbourhood of Parkdale occupied the Landlord & Tenant Board to shut down a hearing for an above guideline rent increase at an apartment building at 87 Jameson Ave.

1.5 MINS, 2017

37 MINS, 2017

How one woman stopped clear cut logging

How one woman stopped clear cut logging

Christine Jack of the St'at'imc Nation maintains a checkpoint 50 kilometres into the Yalakom Valley near Lilloet BC, effectively shutting down logging operations from that point and patrols the kilometers before the camp as well as nearby valleys.

37 MINS, 2017

2 MINS, 2017

Montreal: Week of Occupations

Montreal: Week of Occupations

Montreal community groups came together with autonomous radicals last week to demand access to housing, squatting buildings and holding free barbecues in the park.

2 MINS, 2017

1 MIN, 2017

Montreal: Week Of Occupations Kicks off

Montreal: Week Of Occupations Kicks off

Montreal radicals began a "week of occupations" by squatting an abandoned hospital that they hope to turn into a housing complex. When the police attacked, they barricaded themselves inside. More actions are planned through the coming week.

1 MIN, 2017

2 MINS, 2017

Logging company’s offices occupied

Logging company’s offices occupied

A group of autonomous environmentalists in Montreal occupied the offices of EACOM Timber, in opposition to the company's plan to log forest in the habitat of endangered caribou in Northern Quebec.

2 MINS, 2017

1 MIN, 2017

Happy Birthday Freddy Villanueva

Happy Birthday Freddy Villanueva

On April 6, dozens gathered in Montréal Nord to celebrate the birthday of Fredy Villanueva, a Honduran teen who was shot to death by Montreal Police in August 9 of 2008. Interviews with Nargess from Montréal-Nord Républik, and Ricardo, from the Family Committee.

1 MIN, 2017

2 MINS, 2017

#SiMeMatan – If They Kill Me

#SiMeMatan – If They Kill Me

Under the hashtag #SiMeMatan (If they kill me) thousands of women protest femicide following the murder of Levsy, a 22 year old student at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

2 MINS, 2017

1 MIN, 2017

Neo-Nazis Rally in Kentucky

Neo-Nazis Rally in Kentucky

On April 29th, the National Front, a coalition of neo-nazis led by the Traditionalist Worker Party and the National Socialist Movement, rallied in the small town of Pikeville, KY.

1 MIN, 2017

1 MIN, 2017

Montreal Solidarity with Stabbed Antifa fr

Montreal Solidarity with Stabbed Antifa from Marseille

Red and Anarchist Skinheads (RASH) and Montreal Sisterhood, made a graffiti in solidarity with a comrade in Marseille, France, who was stabbed by two fascists in late March.

1 MIN, 2017

1 MIN, 2017

Montreal Throws Down Against Trump

Montreal Throws Down Against Trump

Montreal's activists came out in force to #DisruptJ20, burning a Trump effigy in front of the American consulate, taking over an upscale shopping mall, and smashing up the city's main commercial drive.

1 MIN, 2017

33 SECS, 2017

Black Bloc Smashes Inauguration

Black Bloc Smashes Inauguration

A 500+ crew of anti-capitalists, rampaged through the US capital in defiance of the
security state on the day of Trump's inauguration.

33 SECS, 2017

30 SECONDS, 2016

Video Ninjas

Video Ninjas

Do you have a camera, computer and internet connection? Can you shoot, edit and upload videos with the quickness? Do you love adventure and the thrill of videotaping burning cop cars? Then you should join the sub.Media worldwide network of video ninjas!

30 SECONDS, 2016

1 MIN, 2017

Montreal Marches Against Police Brutality

Montreal Marches Against Police Brutality

A report back from Montreal 21st annual march against police brutality.

1 MIN, 2017

2 MINS, 2017

Mapuches Still Resisting In Chile

Mapuches Still Resisting In Chile

In a march commemorating the ninth anniversary of the murder of indigenous Mapuche activist Matias Catrileo, shot in the back by police, protesters stormed the financial district of Santiago, Chile.

2 MINS, 2017

5 MINS, 2016

Defend the Hood

Defend the Hood

In 2016, numerous attacks were launched at diverse symbols of gentrification in the Montreal neighborhoods of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and Saint-Henri. We wanted to give space to the people involved so that they can explain a point of view, that corporate media consistently ignore or misrepresent.

5 MINS, 2016

3 MINS, 2016

#NoDAPL resistance punks security and lock

#NoDAPL resistance punks security and locksdown backhoe

Today, two brave Water Protectors locked down to an excavator that was removing crucial boring sludge from the Dakota Access Pipeline site currently drilling under the Des Monies River.

3 MINS, 2016

1 MIN, 2016

Montreal: Antifa shut down racist metal co

Montreal: Antifa shut down racist metal concert

On Saturday November 26 a coalition of anti-fascists, blocked the entrance of the Plaza Theatre, a venue that was hosting the white power metal band Graveland.

1 MIN, 2016

2.5 MINS, 2016

#NODAPL: Battle at the End of the World

#NODAPL: Battle at the End of the World

Watching the footage of the police attack against water protectors from last Sunday, conjured images of the apocalypse.

2.5 MINS, 2016

1 MIN, 2016

PEOPLE BLOCK TRAIN IN SOLIDARITY WITH #NOD

PEOPLE BLOCK TRAIN IN SOLIDARITY WITH #NODAPL

Around a dozen people shut down the train tracks in Montreal on Tuesday, as a motion of solidarity with the Indigenous-led struggle against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

1 MIN, 2016

1.5 MINS, 2016

Women lockdown TransNord Pipeline

Women lockdown TransNord Pipeline

Women concerned about the threat to potable water are currently blocking access to a valve on a pipeline that has been condemned by two dissenting members of the National Energy Board (NEB).

1.5 MINS, 2016

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72 MINS, 2017

The Rebel Beat: Kiwi Illafonte

The Rebel Beat: Kiwi Illafonte

On this latest edition of The Rebel Beat for June, 2017, we meet Kiwi Illafonte. Kiwi is a California-born, Montreal-based radical Filipino hip-hop MC, graphic designer, and community organizer. He’s a former member of the seminal Bay-area Filipino-American groups Native Guns and Mass Bass.

72 MINS, 2017

60 MINS, 2017

Final Straw: Defend J20 Resistance

Final Straw: Defend J20 Resistance

In this week’s episode we feature two interviews. In the first, we spoke with Em, a supporter of the mass arrestees from the January 20th inauguration of Donald Trump in Washington DC earlier this year.

60 MINS, 2017

40 MINS, 2017

Anti/Fascism in the USA

Anti/Fascism in the USA

In this 40 minute talk, US anti-fascist researcher Spencer Sunshine, breaks down the tapestry of white supremacist groups in the USA, and their meteoric rise since Trump got elected.

40 MINS, 2017

2 MINS, 2017

Refugees Welcome – Trailer

Refugees Welcome – Trailer

What if you had to risk everything to escape war? Would there be strangers on the other side, willing to help you and you family to safety?

2 MINS, 2017

34 MINS, 2017

Trouble #3: Refugees Welcome

Trouble #3: Refugees Welcome

In this month's episode of Trouble, anarchist media collective we interview a number of individuals from around the world who are helping to chart a course for the future based on living practices of solidarity and mutual aid, and who are invested in tearing down the physical and imaginary borders that seek to keep us divided.

34 MINS, 2017

2 MINS, 2017

#SiMeMatan – If They Kill Me

#SiMeMatan – If They Kill Me

Under the hashtag #SiMeMatan (If they kill me) thousands of women protest femicide following the murder of Levsy, a 22 year old student at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

2 MINS, 2017

90 MINS, 2017

Pagan Anti-Fascist Action

Pagan Anti-Fascist Action

Heathens United Against Racism (HUAR) might be a group that you’ve never heard of unless you travel in Heathen and Pagan spiritual circles. While the group may not be well known, since they formed in the wake of the Occupy movement, they’ve had a big impact on their wider community.

90 MINS, 2017

30 MINS, 2017

Trouble #2: Bash The Fash

Trouble #2: Bash The Fash

Reactionary right-wing politics are on the rise in the west, and events are moving at a dangerous pace. In the wake of Trump's ascendency to the US presidency, a toxic mix of white nationalism, Islamophobia, transphobia, violent misogyny, and anti-migrant hysteria is rapidly coalescing into a growing movement that has in turn sparked a surge of interest

30 MINS, 2017

49 MINS, 2017

IGDCAST: Trump, Clinton, Russia, and US In

IGDCAST: Trump, Clinton, Russia, and US Intervention in Syria

In the last several weeks, Trump has launched a series of strikes in Syria, Afghanistan, and Yemen in an attempt to gather support from imperialists, war-hawks, and the mainstream media and also bounce back from plummeting poll numbers

49 MINS, 2017

60 MINS, 2017

Appalachian anti-pipeline resitance

Appalachian anti-pipeline resitance

This week, the Final Straw spoke with Whitney about the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the Mountain Valley Pipeline, two pipelines flowing through mid-Appalachian and the mid-Atlantic region on Turtle Island

60 MINS, 2017

70 MINS, 2017

Final Straw: Black Women’s Defense League

Final Straw: Black Women’s Defense League

This week the Final Straw spoke with Niecee X of the Dallas Texas based group Black Women’s Defense League, which has been in existence for a bit over 2 years

70 MINS, 2017

63 MINS, 2017

Rebel Beat: Alas from Savage Fam

Rebel Beat: Alas from Savage Fam

Alas is an MC who is consistently spitting out pure revolutionary fire, and when she’s not on the mic, you can probably find her on the front lines of the struggle to decolonize Turtle Island.

63 MINS, 2017

34 MINS, 2017

IGDCAST: Louise Rosealma on Berkeley and I

IGDCAST: Louise Rosealma on Berkeley and It’s Implications

IGDCAST interviews Louise Rosealma who was punched by Nathan Damigo, the neo-Nazi leader of Identity Evropa

34 MINS, 2017

2 MINS, 2017

Channel Zero

Channel Zero

Channel Zero is a newly formed podcast network of several anarchist and anti-authoritarian podcasts across so-called North America.

2 MINS, 2017

33 SECS, 2017

Black Bloc Smashes Inauguration

Black Bloc Smashes Inauguration

A 500+ crew of anti-capitalists, rampaged through the US capital in defiance of the
security state on the day of Trump's inauguration.

33 SECS, 2017

29 MINS, 2017

Trouble #1: Killing the Black Snake

Trouble #1: Killing the Black Snake

The first episode of Trouble, looks beyond the mainstream narratives surrounding the Standing Rock encampment to get a better understanding of some of the camp’s overlooked dynamics, including serious disagreements over which tactics to use to best stop the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL).

29 MINS, 2017

99 MINS, 2016

From Democracy to Freedom Audio Zine

From Democracy to Freedom Audio Zine

The good folks from CrimethInc never disappoint. Here's their latest audio zine on the subject of Democracy

99 MINS, 2016

26 MINS, 2015

Burning Cop Car #1

Burning Cop Car #1

Our contribution to the Interference Archive's "If a Song Could be Freedom" series.

26 MINS, 2015

61 MINS, 2013

Crimethinc’s New Podcast

Crimethinc’s New Podcast

For over ten years CrimethInc has been wowing us with their tight use print and graphics to promote solid ideas and resistance reports. Now they've moved into the audio real by pumping out a podcast called "The Ex-Worker".

61 MINS, 2013

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5 MINS, 2017

What is Direct Action

What is Direct Action

Direct Action is a phrase that gets thrown around a lot when describing anarchist tactics…. and rightly so, since it’s one of the main ways anarchists put our values of autonomy, self-organization and mutual aid into practice. So… what is it exactly?

5 MINS, 2017

7 MINS, 2016

What is Class?

What is Class?

Class struggle, the struggle within and against capitalism, is an intrinsic guiding force of anarchist theory and practice. This video looks at the relationship which gives rise to this struggle.

7 MINS, 2016

5.5 MINS, 2016

What is Mutual Aid?

What is Mutual Aid?

In a world ruled by ceaseless capitalist competition, where people are pitted to work against each other, anarchists offer a different vision: Mutual Aid.

5.5 MINS, 2016

6 MINS, 2016

What is Nationalism?

What is Nationalism?

Anarchist critiques of the state include the underlying social relationships and ideologies that have historically been used to create states, and to uphold their authority. One of the most important of these concepts is nationalism.

6 MINS, 2016

4 MINS, 2016

What is Autonomy?

What is Autonomy?

On our first episode of "A is for Anarchy" we look at the concept of Autonomy.

4 MINS, 2016

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3 MINS, 2017

Earthsarmy2(FUKKKMorgan)

Earthsarmy2(FUKKKMorgan)

Once again Savage Fam brings anti-colonial fire with a no holds barred hot shit hip hop track just in time for the 150 anniversary of Klanada and a call to arms against the Kinder Morgan pipeline, set to start construction this summer in so called British Columbia.

3 MINS, 2017

13 MINS, 2017

The Rare Habitat on Lelu Island

The Rare Habitat on Lelu Island

They said no to more than one billion dollars offered by Petronas some time ago, but the Province didn't respect the decision of the Band council. That's why Laxkwaal'aams decided to occupy Lelu Island and stop the destruction of a delicate habitat: if the giant plant is going to be built, juvenile salmon will probably disappear from the Pacific coast

13 MINS, 2017

5 MINS, 2017

Kitimat: Nature and Industry

Kitimat: Nature and Industry

The marvel of nature and industry in Kitimat is something the mayor would like to believe in at all costs: the town with the aluminum smelter has approved the lng industries to come to town, but still wants to be known for its landscapes and outdoor activities.

5 MINS, 2017

6 MINS, 2017

Kids Learning

Kids Learning

There is a kind of tourist paradise in the Kispiox Valley, but it's also for local kids: they can learn how to behave in the wilderness, they ride a horse, they get into the water, they get familiar with the river and the current, so that the adults of tomorrow will defend it.

6 MINS, 2017

2 MINS, 2017

BERTA DIDN’T DIE, SHE MULTIPLIED

BERTA DIDN’T DIE, SHE MULTIPLIED

In Honduras, the most dangerous country in the world to be a land defender, Berta Cáceres' death has not silenced the many campesinxs fighting for justice and Indigenous Sovereignty. They mourn Berta's assassination with powerful chants of "Berta Didn't Die, She Multiplied!"

2 MINS, 2017

18 MINS, 2017

Chief Gwininitxw Steward of the Land

Chief Gwininitxw Steward of the Land

Yvonne Lattie of the Gitxsan has been fighting for decades against governments and their projects of developments: blockades, strikes, court cases, she has been active in many ways to defend the land and the future. That's the aim of the cabin at Maxhla Didaat Lake.

18 MINS, 2017

8 MINS, 2017

Shannon Defending the Skeena River

Shannon Defending the Skeena River

The alliance between “white” people and First Nations to defend the Skeena River is something real, it's not a promise that can be broken. Shannon McPhail of the Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition works with residents: “Together we can protect the river that is our economy, our nature, our traditional food”. And if gas pipelines go through, all

8 MINS, 2017

14 MINS, 2017

The Stop at Madii Lii

The Stop at Madii Lii

Families stop for a coffee or a soup during the berry season; hunters pass through and leave something for the community: at Madii Lii camp everyone is welcome to take part in the activities organized for children and young people, because this spot on the Suskwa River is becoming a kind of school in the traditional territory of the Gitxsan.

14 MINS, 2017

7 MINS, 2017

The Unist’ot’en against Big Oi

The Unist’ot’en against Big Oil

They have moved to the shores of the Morice River to stop Enbridge tar sands pipeline and now they are staying in the bush because this is their traditional territory, “this is our home”: fighting against the gas pipelines that will take natural gas to the plants on the coast, Freda Huson and Dini Ze Smogelgem of the Unist'ot'en are also building a

7 MINS, 2017

8 MINS, 2017

Blueberry First Nation suing the Crown

Blueberry First Nation suing the Crown

Treaties signed with the Crown are not respected, that's why Blueberry First Nation is suing the Province and the Federal Government for “accumulative impact” of resource extraction. This is the first time ever that such a case arrives to be discussed in court.

8 MINS, 2017

6 MINS, 2017

The Segregation of West Moberly First Nati

The Segregation of West Moberly First Nation

With already two dams and thousands of gas wells, the territory around the West Moberly Lake is no longer available for traditional activities: First Nations can no longer practice their culture and are living in a new form of segregation.

6 MINS, 2017

37 MINS, 2017

How one woman stopped clear cut logging

How one woman stopped clear cut logging

Christine Jack of the St'at'imc Nation maintains a checkpoint 50 kilometres into the Yalakom Valley near Lilloet BC, effectively shutting down logging operations from that point and patrols the kilometers before the camp as well as nearby valleys.

37 MINS, 2017

9 MINS, 2017

Take a Look at the Construction

Take a Look at the Construction

Poul and Esther Pedersen have their fields and their horses right in front of the construction site of the dam and they remember when an helicopter took off from their land to take Chiefs and activists to the occupation camp on the other slope of the Peace River. But that camp had to be removed.

9 MINS, 2017

7 MINS, 2017

PeaceRiver: Cowboys and Indians against th

PeaceRiver: Cowboys and Indians against the Dam

Every Summer since more than 10 years people gather on the Peace River for the Paddle for the Peace: settlers and First Nations, farmers and native people are fighting together to protect 83 km of valley.

7 MINS, 2017

7 MINS, 2017

UpStream: A Mosaic of Destruction

UpStream: A Mosaic of Destruction

Peter McCartney of the Wilderness Committee in Vancouver gives an overview of the proposed developments planned in northern British Columbia, from the fracking wells in Fort St. John to the gas refrigeration plants on the coast, from the Site C dam to the pipeline network.

7 MINS, 2017

1.5 MINS, 2017

“Caretakers” – Trailer

“Caretakers” – Trailer

Exploring the fragile dynamic between settler activists and indigenous land/water defenders, the film “The Caretakers” articulates the effects of colonization on the environment and Indigenous peoples

1.5 MINS, 2017

13, 2017

Winter at Unist’ot’en

Winter at Unist’ot’en

A documentary short about the life and purpose of Unist'ot'en Camp, shot in the dead of winter in so called British Columbia, Canada.

13, 2017

6 MINS, 2016

A Tribe Called Red x Prolific The Rapper &

A Tribe Called Red x Prolific The Rapper “Black Snakes” (Remix)

Prolific the Rapper offers up this timely and un-authorized remix of A Tribe Called Red's "Halluci-Nation" as a call for support for people fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline.

6 MINS, 2016

29 MINS, 2017

Trouble #1: Killing the Black Snake

Trouble #1: Killing the Black Snake

The first episode of Trouble, looks beyond the mainstream narratives surrounding the Standing Rock encampment to get a better understanding of some of the camp’s overlooked dynamics, including serious disagreements over which tactics to use to best stop the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL).

29 MINS, 2017

10 min, 2015

Who are the Warriors

Who are the Warriors

An interview with Mohawk warrior Clifton Nicholas, about the warrior society and their role in the "Oka Crisis".

10 min, 2015

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26 MINS, 1988

Geronimo Pratt

Geronimo Pratt

Through an exclusive interview with Geronimo at San Quentin prison, archival footage of the Black Panthers, family photos, and scenes from demonstrations for his release, a warm and vivid portrait of Geronimo is sketched.

26 MINS, 1988

92 MINS, 1982

Day of the Gun

Day of the Gun

George Lester Jackson was an African-American left-wing activist, Marxist, author, a member of the Black Panther Party, and co-founder of the Black Guerrilla Family while incarcerated. Jackson achieved fame as one of the Soledad Brothers and was later shot to death by guards in San Quentin Prison following an unsuccessful escape attempt which left Jackson

92 MINS, 1982

19 MINS, 2017

Resistance in Athens

Resistance in Athens

The Greek tragedy, economic blackmail and democratic treason, the impact of the refugee crisis and a visit to Exarchia, Athens' Arnarchist hood.

19 MINS, 2017

41 MINS, 2012

My Makhzen & Me

My Makhzen & Me

In the summer of 2011, Nadir Bouhmouch, a Moroccan student studying abroad in California returns to his home country and finds it in a state of turmoil. The uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt had spread to Morocco.

41 MINS, 2012

105 MINS, 2015

I fight therefore I am

I fight therefore I am

"I fight therefore I am" documents many of the experiences of struggles and solidarity that have been taking place in Greece and Spain since 2008: struggles against evictions, occupations of job centers, resistance against police repression and riots, but also self-organised media, forums of migrants, cooperatives and solidarity initiatives.

105 MINS, 2015

37 MINS, 2015

In the Shadow of Borders

In the Shadow of Borders

Is Canada the welcoming country for migrants it likes to call itself? In the Shadow of Borders challenges this myth and, through personal stories of detention, denial of essential services, labour exploitation and deportation, exposes how precarious are the lives of those without status.

37 MINS, 2015

93, 2016

Exile 2.0 – Chapter I

Exile 2.0 – Chapter I

Exile 2.o follows the so-called Balkanroute from southeastern Turkey to Croatia, and features many autonomous, self-organized transit points along the way.

93, 2016

75 MINS, 2007

An Anarchist’s Story: The Life of Et

An Anarchist’s Story: The Life of Ethel MacDonald

In 1936, with civil war sweeping through Spain, Ethel Macdonald - a working-class girl from Motherwell - was to become, for a year, one of the world's most famous voices. She was perhaps the first example of an 'embedded reporter', sending dispatches and broadcasts back from the Spanish Anarchist camp in Barcelona to the UK.

75 MINS, 2007

75 MINS, 2015

Syria: The story of an impossible revoluti

Syria: The story of an impossible revolution

Ecos Del Desgarro describes the untold story of the Syrian revolution, and the effort for horizontal self-organization by grassroots committees, who aimed to create a new world while facing the brutal repression of Bashar Al Assad.

75 MINS, 2015

80 MINS, 2013

The Set-up of the Bomb Case

The Set-up of the Bomb Case

In the early morning hours of May 22nd, 2009, a man on a bicycle rides through the dark streets of downtown Santiago. In his backpack he is carrying a bomb. In his belt, he has a Smith and Wesson 38 caliber revolver.

80 MINS, 2013

75 MINS, 1983

Anarchism in America

Anarchism in America

A colorful and provocative survey of anarchism in America, the film attempts to dispel popular misconceptions and trace the historical development of the movement.

75 MINS, 1983

56 MINS, 2010

COINTELPRO 101

COINTELPRO 101

A secret illegal project from the 1950s, 60s and 70s called COINTELPRO, represents the state’s strategy to prevent resistance movements and communities from achieving their ends of racial justice, social equality and human rights.

56 MINS, 2010

20 MINS, 2015

From Gezi to Gazi

From Gezi to Gazi

Gazi to Gezi - a stone's throw away explores the poetry of a nationwide revolt in Istanbul, Europe's largest city. An explosive mix of the city’s inhabitants come together to fight the police and barricade themselves into one of the metropolis' few remaining green spaces, Gezi Park.

20 MINS, 2015

83 MINS, 2014

Concerning Violence

Concerning Violence

Concerning Violence narrates the events of African nationalist and independence movements in the 1960s and 1970s which challenged colonial and white minority rule.

83 MINS, 2014

72 MINS, 2008

The Angry Brigade

The Angry Brigade

Between 1970 and 1972 the Angry Brigade used guns and bombs in a series of symbolic attacks against property.

72 MINS, 2008