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WikiRebels: Swedish docufilm on WikiLeaks chronicles a new form of global resistance

By Rady Ananda
Global Research

“What we have here is a new breed of rebels, IT guerrillas without a national base.”

Finally, in response to globalized eco-destruction, globalized wars, and globalized banking that robs national and personal wealth, we now have globalized resistance so profound, so effective, that global elites are waging a massive censorship campaign to silence the group, WikiLeaks, and smear its figurehead, Julian Assange.

Sweden’s public service television, SVT, is about to broadcast a deeply-moving, one-hour documentary chronicling the history of WikiLeaks, after having followed the crew for six months. An uninterrupted rough cut of the film can be viewed here until December 13.  Though the film arrives in the midst of questionable rape charges, with Assange currently in custody, the story has timely relevance with global interest in him and his website.

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Annul Victory: Same Sex Marriage documentary

According to ManMadeMultiMedia, the battle for LGBT civil rights is told through the life and experiences of ROBIN TYLER and DIANE OLSON, one of 14 couples involved in the historic California litigation, with a look at some of the 18,000 couples who got married during the window of legality between May and November, 2008.  

See the trailer below:

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Spycraft, Guts and Talent Expose The Cove

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By Rady Ananda
Cross posted at Global Research (Canada) and Scoop (New Zealand).

From a high-tech, deep cover investigation emerges The Cove, a stunning documentary exposing the horrors of dolphin slaughter – for human consumption, despite extreme levels of mercury contamination. Dolphin activist Ric O’Barry and his crack team of world-class divers, ex-military, professional artisans and a former NatGeo photographer risk life, limb and freedom to film the action in a private cove in Taiji, Japan.

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