Recommended by Northampton, MA Peace Coalition.

They have had an ongoing weekly film series since 2004. Showings are free and followed by discussion.

Winter Soldier
A re-release of a documentary about the 1971 Winter Soldier Investigation, a veterans' group hearing to publicize U.S. war crimes in Vietnam.

About Baghdad

Uncovered: The War on Iraq
Filmmaker Robert Greenwald's point-by-point recapitulation of the Administration's case for war.

The Oil Factor: Behind the War on Terror

The Weather Underground
Amid Vietnam-era turbulence, a band of political bombers sets a vivid counter-example for the peace movement.

Truth and Politics: Unanswered Questions about 9/11 David Ray Griffin discusses his book "The 9/11 Commission Report Omissions and Distortions"

The Power of Nightmares: The Rise of the Politics of Fear
The landmark BBC documentary on the neoconservatives.

Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear, and the Selling of American Empire

The full theatrical version of the classic documentary

The Corporation
Corporate insiders shed light on the "pathological pursuit of profit and power."

Haiti: The Untold Story
Human rights abuses in Haiti since the 2004 coup, including a 2005 massacre of civilians by the U.N.

The Agronomist
Feature film maker Jonathan Demme tells the story of Haitian activist Jean L. Dominique.

Bloqueo: Looking at the U.S. Embargo Against Cuba and The Greening of Cuba

The Take
Amid Argentina's 2001 economic collapse, workers take over their idle factory to restart the machines. Co-produced by Naomi Klein

Drowned Out
India's Narmada River Project The Water Is Ours, Damn It!

Bolivia's water rebellion against Bechtel.

The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of The American Dream

Control Room
A candid view inside the Iraq war bureau of Al Jazeera at the start of the war.

Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
The 2002 Venezuelan coup that failed to topple popular socialist President Hugo Chavez.

A Force More Powerful, the PBS documentary series, can be presented over 3 showings:
A Century of Nonviolent Conflict , Part I A Century of Nonviolent Conflict , Part II Bringing Down a Dictator, Part III

Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train

Weapons of the Spirit
The amazing story of Le Chambon, a French village that hid 5,000 Jews during the Nazi occupation.

Refusing to Kill: Refuseniks from Around the World Speak Out Against Murder, Rape, and Other Torture
Refusers' stories, and the reasons they refuse, in a new film from the Global Women's Strike.

The Fourth World War

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