The psychological torture of Julain Assange exposed and explained in this report.
An overview of the WikiLeaks and Julian Assange story and the effect it has had on accountability and journalism worldwide.
What the press was meant to do, and what it now actually does, and how that has eroded both knowledge and freedom.
A look at the life and thought of Noam Chomsky in this film from 1992.
A look at the various ways war reporting has been allowed and restricted in the past 70 years.
The second film in this series looks at the technology of war reporting and the way governments try to control reporters.
A look at the changing landscape of war reporting and the role of journalists in times of conflict.
A film looking at the mind control experiments of the CIA, and how they may have been used in the assassination of RFK and at Jonestown.
Footage from the night of the assassination of Robert F Kennedy, and eye-witness accounts of what happened.
A film about the changing narratives surrounding the assassination of the US President in 1963.