The Tale of the Bushmen


Synopsis: The bushmen are among the rare inhabitants of our planet who subsist on gathering and hunting. They fulfill their natural needs in a few hours of daily work. The rest of the time is given up to social and family relations and rituals. Ancestral spirits are important elements in the community. They believe in their protective force, their care, but also their anger when there is transgression of the rules or customs. Pierre Mann presents very touching scenes and offers an unique testimony about a people living in nature in the African bush, and their ancestral rites. His film is a poignant witness to what is our own past.


Alimentos: El secreto más grande es expuesto



Alex Jones explica uno de los modos de poder más oscuros de los globalistas: los alimentos y nuestra agua.

Una Verdad Incomoda / Documental Completo


Una Verdad Incómoda (An Inconvenient Truth) es un documental estadounidense conducido por el ex Vicepresidente de los Estados Unidos durante el mandato de Bill Clinton, Al Gore, sobre los efectos del calentamiento global generado por la actividad humana sobre el planeta Tierra.

El documental fue publicado en DVD por Paramount Home Entertainment el 21 de noviembre de 2006 en Estados Unidos. Los cines y la televisión de pago de todo el mundo están pasando la película (en España, el Canal Satélite Digital lleva emitiendo el documental desde septiembre de 2008).

La Historia del Agua Embotellada

The Story of Electronics (La Historia de los Electronicos)



Call of Life: Facing the Mass Extinction


Synopsis: If current trends continue, scientists warn that within a few decades at least HALF of all plant and animal species on Earth will disappear forever. “Call of Life: Facing the Mass Extinction” is the first feature documentary to investigate the growing threat to Earth’s life support systems from this unprecedented loss of biodiversity. Through interviews with leading scientists, psychologists, historians, and others, the film explores the causes, the scope, and the potential effects of the mass extinction, but also looks beyond the immediate causes of the crisis to consider how our cultural and economic systems, along with deep-seated psychological and behavioral patterns, have allowed and continue to reinforce the situation, and even determine our response to it. “Call of Life” tells the story of a crisis not only in nature, but also in human nature, a crisis more threatening than anything human beings have ever faced before.

Sanando con las Hierbas de la Madre Tierra

Synopsis: In Cochas Grande in the Andes of Peru, Irma Poma documented how her Mother, Angelica Canchumani, teaches her traditional knowledge of how to heal with the herbs that Mother Earth offers us. The women of the Poma – Canchumani family, have inherited healing hands that allow them to communicate with the medicinal plants and the spirits, which can make sick and heal. Facilitated by: Irma Poma and Angelica Canchumani.

La Historia del Cap & Trade

Apaporis, in Search of One River


Synopsis: A journey through the magical and presently war-locked Apaporis River in the Northwest Amazon that seeks to create awareness and demand respect for our eco- and ethnosphere. This documentary highlights the magical beauty of the Apaporis and Jirijirimo landscape and the ancestral knowledge of the indigenous communities about medicinal and psychotropic plants; also exploring how the Amazon Jungle has of late become the scenario for external dynamics like drug trafficking, drug eradication initiatives and political kidnappings. It reveals the FARC guerrilla siege of Mitu, gate to the Northwest Amazon, and recent events like the liberation of 14 prisoners held by the FARC including three American contractors and kidnapped presidential candidate, French-Colombian citizen Ingrid Betancourt.

La voz Mapuche


Synopsis: The Mapuche defeated the Spanish Crown invaders, and do not recognize the border that Chile and Argentina have tried to impose. Presently, the struggle is focused on maintaining their identity as a people, and stopping the encroachment of multinational corporations in Mapuche ancestral territory. In an effort to increase profits, logging, hydroelectric, oil, mining, and tourist companies – among others – cause destruction and pollution on both sides of the Andes Mountains. The music, the paintings, the poetry, the language, the rituals, the traditions, and the strength of nature and the ancestors are present in “The Voice of the Mapuche”. In this independent documentary, the Mapuche vision of the world is the basis to understand the struggle.