I’m posting more documentaries for you, followers!

annabritannia:

All right, so, a few things: One, massive possibly trigger warning. Talking about violence, murder, possibly rape, and just general uncomfortable situations. If you want to watch a documentary about a certain subject and the documentary triggers you, please don’t hesitate to let me know, and I’ll try to find you a better one. Two, if what you’re looking for isn’t here or you have a request for a certain subject, let me know and I shall do my best to find them for you. :)

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@1 year ago with 17562 notes
#trigger warning #docu #documentary 

"For the last 25 years, our government has been dominated by the industries that it was meant to be regulating. Schlosser: The challenge is as soon as you have people with expertise in industry, they may turn out to be very good regulators. It’s really about what interests they decide to represent. You’re talking about power— centralized power and that power is being used against the people who are really producing the food like the farmers. It’s being used against the workers who work for these companies and it’s being used against consumers who are deliberately being kept in the dark about what they’re eating, where it comes from and what it’s doing to their bodies."

@3 years ago with 6 notes
#food industry #food #food inc. #docu #documentary 

So Sue Me: The Myth of The Frivolous Lawsuit 

(Source: dannegerous)

@3 years ago with 1 note
#interesting #book #docu 

Takes a closer look at what brought about the financial meltdown.

@3 years ago with 1 note
#Inside Job #bank #docu #documentary 

Wo Ai Ni Mommy (documentary) 

Let’s be perfectly clear here:  They aren’t giving the child a choice.  First, there is a power differential.  But in addition, if they really were going to give the kid a choice, they’d leave the name alone. But the paperwork reveals the parents’ choice:  The new name.

How many adoptive parents do you know who kept their child’s name in its original form?  I don’t know any.  How many kept their personal names?  I know just a few.

The orphanage worker in this case doesn’t talk about the name as a choice to the child.  She tells the little girl her “new” name and tells her to say “Yes!” when her new mother calls her.

@3 years ago
#docu #documentary #Wo Ai Ni Mommy. #adoption #social problems 

“Cool Queer People of Color indie films/documentaries” 

gelopanda:

A thorough list of QPOC films/Documentaries that I need to watch. 

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@2 years ago with 897 notes
#film #documentary #docu 

Food, Inc. is a 2008 American documentary film directed by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Robert Kenner.[2] The film examines corporate farming in the United States, concluding that agribusiness produces food that is unhealthy in a way that is environmentally harmful and abusive of both animals and employees. The film is narrated by Michael Pollan and Eric Schlosser.

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food,_Inc.

(Source: heracrosss)

@3 years ago with 24 notes
#food inc. #docu #documentary 

YOU DON’T LIKE THE TRUTH - 4 days inside Guantánamo is a documentary based on security camera footage from the Guantánamo Bay prison. For more information about the film, visit: http://youdontlikethetruth.com/

This encounter between a team of Canadian intelligence agents and a child detainee in Guantánamo has never before been seen. Based on seven hours of video footage recently declassified by the Canadian courts this documentary delves into the unfolding high-stakes game of cat and mouse between captor and captive over a four day period. Maintaining the surveillance camera style this film analyzes the political, legal and scientific aspects of a forced dialogue.

@3 years ago with 1 note
#You don't like the truth #docu #documentary 

A rare behind-the-curtain look at the Earth Liberation Front, the radical environmental group that the FBI calls America’s ‘number one domestic terrorist threat.’

@3 years ago
#If a tree falls #documentrary #docu 
I’m posting more documentaries for you, followers!

annabritannia:

All right, so, a few things: One, massive possibly trigger warning. Talking about violence, murder, possibly rape, and just general uncomfortable situations. If you want to watch a documentary about a certain subject and the documentary triggers you, please don’t hesitate to let me know, and I’ll try to find you a better one. Two, if what you’re looking for isn’t here or you have a request for a certain subject, let me know and I shall do my best to find them for you. :)

(via janeavrils)

1 year ago
#trigger warning #docu #documentary 
“Cool Queer People of Color indie films/documentaries”→

gelopanda:

A thorough list of QPOC films/Documentaries that I need to watch. 

(via wtfjo-deactivated20120805)

2 years ago
#film #documentary #docu 
"For the last 25 years, our government has been dominated by the industries that it was meant to be regulating. Schlosser: The challenge is as soon as you have people with expertise in industry, they may turn out to be very good regulators. It’s really about what interests they decide to represent. You’re talking about power— centralized power and that power is being used against the people who are really producing the food like the farmers. It’s being used against the workers who work for these companies and it’s being used against consumers who are deliberately being kept in the dark about what they’re eating, where it comes from and what it’s doing to their bodies."
3 years ago
#food industry #food #food inc. #docu #documentary 
3 years ago
#food inc. #docu #documentary 
So Sue Me: The Myth of The Frivolous Lawsuit→

(Source: dannegerous)

3 years ago
#interesting #book #docu 
3 years ago
#You don't like the truth #docu #documentary 
3 years ago
#Inside Job #bank #docu #documentary 
3 years ago
#If a tree falls #documentrary #docu 
Wo Ai Ni Mommy (documentary)→

Let’s be perfectly clear here:  They aren’t giving the child a choice.  First, there is a power differential.  But in addition, if they really were going to give the kid a choice, they’d leave the name alone. But the paperwork reveals the parents’ choice:  The new name.

How many adoptive parents do you know who kept their child’s name in its original form?  I don’t know any.  How many kept their personal names?  I know just a few.

The orphanage worker in this case doesn’t talk about the name as a choice to the child.  She tells the little girl her “new” name and tells her to say “Yes!” when her new mother calls her.

3 years ago
#docu #documentary #Wo Ai Ni Mommy. #adoption #social problems