Unquiet Graves (Trailer)

Unquiet Graves: The story of the Glenanne Gang details how members of the RUC and UDR, (a British Army regiment) were centrally involved in the murder of over 120 innocent civilians during the recent conflict in Ireland. It will detail how members worked hand in hand with known sectarian murderers in the targeted assassinations of farmers, shopkeepers, publicans and other civilians in a campaign aimed at terrorizing the most vulnerable in society. Now known as the Glenanne Gang, the group of killers rampaged through Counties Tyrone and Armagh and across into the Irish Republic in a campaign that lasted from July 1972 to the end of 1978.



In August 1971, eleven unarmed civilians were murdered by British Paratroopers in Ballymurphy, Belfast.The incident in question was carried out by the very same soldiers who travelled to Derry only five months later murdering thirteen innocents civilians in what was later known as ‘ Bloody Sunday. This film documents this tragic event, offering testimony from family and friends, including commentary from witnesses and leading politicians.

The Long Journey Home

A film by Seán Murray, detailing the executions in Gibraltar 6th of March 1988 and the subsequent attempts in repatriating the bodies home. The film illustrates the failed attempts by the British establishment of denying the families a dignified burial and the subsequent campaign of vilification against the West Belfast community.


Capitalism Is The Crisis

Capitalism Is The Crisis: Radical Politics in the Age of Austerity examines the ideological roots of the austerity agenda and proposes revolutionary paths out of the current crisis.

The film features original interviews with Chris Hedges, Derrick Jensen, Michael Hardt, Peter Gelderloos, Leo Panitch, David McNally, Richard J.F. Day, Imre Szeman, Wayne Price, and many more!

The 2008 financial crisis in the United States was a systemic fraud in which the wealthy finance capitalists stole trillions of public dollars. No one was jailed for this crime, the largest theft of public money in history.

Instead, the rich forced working people across the globe to pay for their crisis through punitive austerity programs that gutted public services and repealed workers’ rights.

This documentary explains the nature of capitalist crisis, visits the protests against austerity measures, and recommends revolutionary paths for the future.

Special attention is devoted to the crisis in Greece, the 2010 G20 Summit protest in Toronto, Canada, and the remarkable surge of solidarity in Madison, Wisconsin.