Category Archives: Documentary

April 30, 2017

Fred MacMurray: The Guy Next Door (Documentary)

Amiable and unassuming, Fred MacMurray went from small-town boy to one of Hollywood and television’s major and most enduring stars.

April 29, 2017

Barbara Stanwyck: Straight Down The Line (Documentary)

In over 80 feature films and a rich career in television. Included are clips from: Ladies of Leisure , Annie Oakley, Golden Boy, The Lady Eve, Meet John Doe, Double Indemnity, The Strange Love of Martha Ivers , Sorry, Wrong Number , Clash By Night and The Thorn Birds. Interviewed are: actors Robert Wagner, Robert Stack, Roddy McDowall, Ricardo Montalban and Charlton Heston, producer Aaron Spelling, director Edward Dymtryk, dress designer Nolan Miller, biographers Ella Smith and Bob Thomas.

April 23, 2017

Complete Classic Movie: An Honest Liar (2014)

An Honest Liar is a feature documentary about the world-famous magician, escape artist, and world-renowned enemy of deception, James ‘The Amazing’ Randi. The film brings to life Randi’s intricate investigations that publicly exposed psychics, faith healers, and con-artists with quasi-religious fervor. A master deceiver who came out of the closet at the age of 81, Randi created fictional characters, fake psychics, and even turned his partner of 25 years, the artist Jose Alvarez, into a sham guru named Carlos. But when a shocking revelation in Randi’s personal life is discovered, it isn’t clear whether Randi is still the deceiver – or the deceived.

Click here to watch An Honest Liar.

April 11, 2017

Behind the Scenes: SPANISH LAKE – documentary on Ferguson and White Flight in St. Louis, Missouri (Video)

A 5 minute documentary on the making of “Spanish Lake”, a documentary on white flight and segregation of a St. Louis suburb. The filmmakers talk about the creation of the project and the connection of the film to the riots in Ferguson.

Disney: The Making Of Snow White ( 1937 )

Narrated by Dame Angela Lansbury.

March 28, 2017

Indoctrinate U – Documentary (Video)

Documentary film written by, directed by and starring Evan Coyne Maloney, that examines topics like equality and fairness, diversity, ideological conformism and political correctness in American institutions of higher education.

March 25, 2017

Silenced, the Greatest Film on Free Speech, is Finally Available on Amazon!

Some people we spoke to hated politics, some were Democrats, some were liberals, some were conservatives, some were Republicans, and some were Trump supporters. We wanted a movie to unite all Americans under the common, shared value of free speech.

“Diverse group of thought leaders sharing stories and offering insight on free speech and its role in civilized society,” is how one reviewer on iTunes described Silenced, the only film discussing free speech in the U.S.

Silenced is finally available on Amazon. (If you have Amazon Prime, you can watch it for free.)

What are reviewers saying about Silenced?

“MILO: Mike Cernovich’s Silenced is great, and not just because I’m in it.” – MILO

“Watching silence was a real eye opening experience. I never knew how bad things had gotten in terms of free speech. Great Job!

“I enjoyed ‘Silenced’ and feel like I could, personally, add up the pieces to form a statement. In today’s world the ‘silencers’ don’t or won’t look at themselves introspectively unless there’s a significant event or reason to change.

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March 23, 2017

New Mini-Doc Shows The Decline Of Yale As An Institution Of Higher Learning (Video)

“It’s become this unlikely alliance between basically corporate middle-management and self-made student radicals,” said Montz, adding that the “symbiosis” between the two have resulted in the deteriorating “quality of these institutions, particularly the elite institutions.”

A new mini-documentary chronicles Yale’s decline from an elite university to a college that panders to students’ feelings.

The video, titled Silence U Part 2: What Is Yale Becoming? and released through We The Internet TV, begins with the hysterical response of Yale students in 2015 to an email from then-associate head of Silliman College, Erika Christakis, speaking out against Yale’s guidelines to avoid so-called cultural appropriation.

Christakis’s husband, Nicholas Christakis, who was also an administrator at Yale, stood up for his wife, prompting outraged students to angrily confront him on campus with howls of rage and hurt feelings over his defense of free speech. The couple ended up stepping down from their respective positions and were replaced with administrators more willing to pander to the social justice warrior crowd.

That instance is symptomatic of a larger problem about how Yale has become what film director Rob Montz refers to as “a finishing school of the ruling class.”

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March 14, 2017

The Real Planet of the Apes (Documentary)

Our crew traveled to remote Liberia to discover ‘Monkey Island,’ an area inhabited solely by former lab tested chimpanzees who survived disease and two civil wars. We go to the island, interview the locals and meet the scientists involved in the testing facility 25 years ago.

March 6, 2017

Forbes- New Film Exposes The Left’s First Genocide (Video)

The Hidden Rebellion documents the genocidal nature of this mass extermination with reference to numerous primary source documents which explicitly reveal the attempt to liquidate an entire people, their culture and their ethnicity.

Conservatives in general are aware of how bloodthirsty the French Revolution proved to be. In fact, Edmund Burke, who is considered by many to be the founder of the conservative intellectual tradition, formed his philosophy largely in horrified reaction to the excesses of the French ‘reign of terror’. However, even conservatives have generally not been aware that the revolutionary government is responsible for the first genocide of modern history, and that the terror tactics of Lenin’s Soviet government were explicitly modeled on this act of mass extermination. Now, with Daniel Rabourdin’s beautiful and heartbreaking new film, the truth is easily accessible. The Hidden Rebellion retells the forgotten story of the attempted extermination of the Vendée, residents of a conservative “rather more Christian and prosperous region of France.”

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