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  1. SELF EXPLANATORY, I'll start us off with some basic suggestions: Despite the seeming correlation in the title this documentary has nothing to do with 9/11. All about the 2008 financial collapse and everyone and everything that caused it to happen. Very, very interesting, at least for the subject matter, very maddening in places, and a bit too thick in information to process all in one sitting (at least for me ). A documentary that interviews and describes some of the major players of the utterly massive coke importation business in the 1970's and 80's, extremely fast paced, ful
  2. Buy DVD here Stream Video on Demand here dvd/streaming/download : 10.15.15 trailer: [watch on youtube] more information: http://averyheavyagenda.blogspot.com/ discussion about A Very Heavy Agenda on Porkins Policy Review [click to enlarge]
  3. a low-budget documentary about meth-heads and lunatics living off the grid who scavenge a military bombing range for ordnance and scrap metal. it's a gem. not the best-edited or organised, and the narrator could do with some coffee, but still captivating. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4pFat3VTkI
  4. As some of you might remember I've posted a couple of short online documentaries before about sketchy people (anyone remember the one about the Japanese murderer who turned into a pornstar?) and weird places, groups of people etc. I love getting a peek into these weird worlds but often these documentaries can be really hard to find - so that's why I've started this thread so we can all post awesome documentaries about random shit just as long as it's interesting. Vice has a huge collection of cool documentaries but their site can be a pain in the ass to navigate so I'm sure I've missed a bunch
  5. http://youtu.be/ZnePdPmxjtE Stephen Hawking, the world’s most famous living scientist, tells his own life story in his own words. Given unprecedented personal access to the physicist, filmmaker Stephen Finnigan delves into memories of Hawking’s student days, recounts his astonishing scientific discoveries, and portrays his struggle against Motor Neurone Disease, with which Hawking, now 71, was first diagnosed at age 21. An intimate and inspiring portrait of a remarkable man. Presented in cooperation with the Edinburgh International Science Festival.
  6. http://vimeo.com/m/54273196 http://m.video.klru.tv/video/2310425086/ This is a nifty little documentary about my pal Emcee Eats made by Hardly Sound for klru. I produced/assembled all of the beats except one, and all the incidental music is from my previously released albums. There are also some snippets of me being interviewed. Weeeee.
  7. Today's episode of Democracy Now had an interesting story about ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council), an organization that facilitates collaboration between major corporations and state legislators and in which these corporate lobbyists are presenting legislation they have crafted in order for the state legislators to introduce to the house as their own creations. Today's headline on Democracy Now consists of part of a small documentary by journalist Bill Moyers on ALEC. [youtubehd]Ul4TZtRv5bE[/youtubehd] Part 2 of the video: Here's a link to the transcript, if
  8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rk2C257x6bk&hd=1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oplrL0E7Ff8&hd=1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGJgA1TxMM4&hd=1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LC9gXwOaFKE&hd=1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jrBHwu_bN0&hd=1 i've only seen part 1 and 2 so far but i guess it looks sort of interesting. a bit lame that they're calling it 3/11 though, i think, like they have to put a label on it. also wtf is pharrell? anyway ..
  9. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rvlaTg3vPg Posted this here instead of the Music forum because it covers more than just being a musician in the digital / internet age. I am watching/listening to this now so I suppose I'll reserve comment until it's over.
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