Director: Debra Chasnoff
General Electrical "Bring Good Things To Life " But does it really? Deadly Deception juxtaposes General Electric's rosy commercials with the true stones of those whose lives have been devastated by the company's involvement in nuclear weapons production It reveals what the company has never wanted its customers to know and offers hope m the power of people working to change the deadliest industry of all.
Are fantasy writers seriously weird people? Clive Barker, the English writer, illustrator and filmmaker is, and if you are not an avid fan of Barker's miscreations, you will still find him seriously … More »
Dexter On Vacation records the last performance of legendary saxophonist Dexter Gordon aboard the S S Normandy during the 1988 Floating Jazz Festival "When Dexter stood in my studio and pla… More »
Documentary A witty documentary that explores the issues of discrimination and exclusion in the 'main-stream' US art community by focusing on the activities of the underground activist group, the Gue… More »
On Polish national day, 1968, Ryszard Siwiec self immolated in front of thousands of people in a Warsaw stadium. He was protesting the invasion of Czechoslovakia by Warsaw Pact forces. The world rema… More »
An illustrated recording of a survivor's testimony. ... More »