Society

The Age of Stupid

The Age of Stupid is a British film which was released back in 2009 by Franny Armstrong, director of McLibel. The documentary itself is semi-dramatised, featuring the actor Pete Postlethwaite who portrays a man who is living alone in the devastated world of 2055. Postlethwaite can be seen watching archive footage from the mid to late 2000's, as he asks the question "Why didn't we stop climate chan

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Bompton with Kendrick Lamar

On August 9, 1988 the hardcore rap group known as N.W.A. released their debut album entitled Straight Outta Compton, this release saw the birth of gangsta rap as a music genre and definitively put the city of Compton on the map with regards to hip-hop culture. Fast forward to 2016 and Compton is still well and truly in the spotlight thanks to acts such as Kendrick Lamar, whose music takes on ma

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Jonestown Cult Suicides

In 1977, evangelical preacher Jim Jones fled the United States with nearly a thousand followers of his peoples temple cult. Deep in the South American jungle they set about building a new community and called it Jonestown, it was to be their 'Paradise on Earth' but when outsiders threatened to expose the dark side of their leader, their paradise erupted into violence. In an apocalyptic final ge

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Nazi Pop Twins

Nazi Pop Twins

Released in 2007, Nazi Pop Twins is a British documentary created by filmmaker James Quinn which see's Quinn himself traveling to the United States in a bid to investigate the band known as "Prussian Blue", a pop duo made up of twin sisters Lamb and Lynx Gaede. The twins themselves originally featured in the documentary Louis and the Nazis  by Louis Theroux back in 2003 and since then have beco

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Professor Green: Hidden and Homeless

British hip-hop artist Professor Green steps out into the cold in an attempt to discover what it's like to live on the streets in the modern day in the hope of changing our perceptions of who these people are and open our eyes to the harsh reality of their lives. In this film Professor Green travels to the city of Manchester, which has recently reported one of the biggest rises in homelessness

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Making A Murderer: Eighteen Years Lost

Making a Murderer is a critically acclaimed 10 part documentary series created and distributed by the online streaming giant Netflix, and if you haven't yet heard about it you may very well be living under a rock. The series has captured the interest of millions all around the world and sparked quite a heated debate in regards to the films primary protagonist, Steven Avery. In the first episode

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How Big Oil Conquered the World

Oil, from farm to pharmaceutical, diesel truck to dinner plate, pipeline to plastic product, it is simply impossible to think of an area of our modern day lives that is not affected by the petrol chemical industry. The story of oil is the story of the modern world and whilst parts of this story are well known, there is another side to which is more obscure, for example the quest of oil and the

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Are All Men Pedophiles?

Are All Men Pedophiles?

Are All Men Pedophiles? is a film directed by Dutch media producer Jan-Willem Breure which explores pedophilia, hebephilia and the notion that society is currently in a type of "pedophilia hysteria" arguing the case that there appears to be a "witch-hunt" taking place against men, viewing all males as potential pedophiles. The movies tagline is "Eighteen Is Just A Number", expressing the idea t

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Under Fire

Under Fire

A 16x9 special investigation into one of the most horrifying killing spree's to ever take place in Canada. It's the story of Justin Bourque, a lone gunman aged only 24 who went on a hunt for police officers in Moncton, located in the southeastern portion of the province of New Brunswick. This films probes the idea of police officers not having access to the equipment needed to stop a crazed gunman

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