Featured Films

How Wolves Change Rivers

Wolves play a crucial part in maintaining a healthy ecosystem. Something the ranchers, farmers and hunters forgot when they were exterminated from almost the entire United States


The World According to Lance

After winning the Tour de France seven times in a row, Lance Armstrong might well have been the greatest sportsman of all time. How did Lance Armstrong get away with it? Why did officials fail to act against him when, on three separate occasions


Eye of the Illuminati

An in depth look at the state of our world, and the secret agenda of secret societies, including the ruling class of the developed one world government system.


Bye Bye Blue Sky

For over two decades, people around world have reported strange chemical trails in the sky. Meanwhile, people are becoming more sick from diseases like Alzheimer's, cancer


Smile Pinki

Pinki is a five-year-old girl from a village in the Mirzapur District, India, born into a desperately poor family, and lives with a severe cleft lip. The simple surgery that can cure her is a distant dream until she meets Pankaj, a social worker travelling village to village


Unconquering the Last Frontier

Unconquering the Last Frontier is a documentary film that explores the causes and effects of the ongoing salmon crisis in the Pacific Northwest, focusing on the Elwha River. he film was released in 2002 and has been honored by film festivals around the world.


Tiger: Spy in the Jungle

Elephants carrying spy cameras tell the story of four tiger cubs growing up in the Indian Jungle. Over two years the cameras track their development from young cubs into adult hunters.


9/11: Ground Zero’s Responders

Ground Zero’s Responders is a unique tribute which focuses on the men and women who began their work immediately following the collapses of the twin towers. The film covers the rescue and recovery efforts after the towers fell.



Murderball sets out to shatter our assumptions about quadriplegics, the documentary succeeds admirably by painting its characters as regular guys