Here we collected the best capitalism movies in order of popularity
Jay Austin wants to sell you a used car, but beware! Many victims have fallen prey to his smiling face and hasty promises. Austin does everything he can to get what he wants. He doesn't like the masks...
Thank You for Smoking
Nick Naylor is a spin-doctor for Big Tobacco who will fight to protect America's right to smoke even if it kills him. When a senator wants to snuff out cigarettes, Nick's powers of "filtering the trut...
Death By China
The World Trade Organization membership of China was supported by both Republicans and Democrats. The ink was dry on the free trade agreement when China began flooding the U.S. The off shoring of Amer...
The Ascent of Money
In this extended version of The Ascent of Money, British historian and author Niall Ferguson explains how big money works today as well as the causes of and solutions to economic catastrophes. Intervi...
The world order has changed. France is a poor country because of its 10 million unemployed citizens. Its people are torn between rebellion and resignation and find an outlet in TV broadcasts of brutal...
Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price
The viewer is taken on a journey into the lives of families trying to fight. From a family business owner in the Midwest to a preacher in California, from workers in Florida to a poet in Mexico, dozen...
The Promised Land
Wladyslaw Reymont wrote the book that inspired the film. Three friends want to build and invest in a textile factory in the 19th century town of d, Poland. Rapid industrial expansion is shown in the e...
The End of Poverty?
The End of Poverty asks if the true causes of poverty are the result of a deliberate orchestration since colonial times which has evolved into our modern system whereby wealthy nations exploit the poo...
Over the course of 25 years, Lauren Greenfield has explored youth culture, gender, body image, and affluence. In this fascinating meld of career retrospective and film essay, Greenfield offers a medit...
Isle of Flowers
A tomato is planted, harvested and sold at a supermarket, but it rots and ends up in the trash. Ends? No. Isle of Flowers follows it up until its real end, among animals, trash, women and children. An...
The Mother and the Law
After the relatively low box office takings of 'Intolerance', D. W. Griffith would revisit his epic film three years later by releasing two of the film's interlocking stories as standalone features, w...
Plutocracy V: Subterranean Fire
This documentary focuses mostly on the 1930’s to 1950’s – arguably the most important period in modern American history. These decades included the Great Depression, the peak of labor militancy in 193...
97% owned present serious research and verifiable evidence on our economic and financial system. This is the first documentary to tackle this issue from a UK-perspective and explains the inner working...
An extended, feature-length episode of the show The Name of the Game, a pioneer sci-fi/drama series that had a narrative that rotates between three primary characters. Glenn Howard fell unconscious wh...
Sammy is a 14 year old girl who makes YouTube videos. Robby just moved to New York City after college. Jerry is a single 34 year old network administrator living in the suburbs. Through their fragment...
Cuba, as we knew it, is dying. The US Embassy has just opened in Cuba, and the Cuban in the USA after 54 years. Cubans are craving to be connected to the Internet, buy at Zara, eat at Burger King and ...
Robert Newman's History of Oil
Stand-up comedian Robert Newman gets to grips with the wars and politics of the last hundred years, from WWI through to the 2003 invasion of Iraq; but rather than adhering to the history we were fed a...
A Goy Guide to World History
Spanning over 2,000 years, this study looks at the complex relationship between Jewish and Catholic thought from a social and historical perspective. Examining different significant moments for both r...
Enter a world where pandemonium reigns and reckless ambition rules: the trading floors in the financial canyons of downtown Chicago. Here, men use strange hand signals to buy and sell everything from ...
Cleveland Versus Wall Street
On 11th January 2008, hired by the City of Cleveland, lawyer Josh Cohen and his team filed a lawsuit against 21 banks, which they held accountable for the wave of foreclosures that had left their city...
The Corporate Coup D'État
A democracy should protect its most vulnerable citizens, but increasingly the United States is failing to do so. This investigation blends the insights of experts with the experiences of citizens of t...
Planet of the Humans
Forget about how renewable energy is our salvation. It is a very lucrative myth for some. It feels good like electric cars. The vehicles are powered by coal, natural gas or dead salmon.
Freedom of Choice: How the Government Controls What You Consume
Life is about choice. What we eat, what we read, who we elect; every day we make choices that determine how we want to live. But what if these choices are just an illusion? In an era where regulatio...
Freedom Isn't Free — The Freedom Charter Today
Since its adoption in June 1955 by the Congress movement, the Freedom Charter has been the key political document that acted as a beacon and source of inspiration in the liberation struggle against Ap...
Set in a tiny Philippine village, the inimitable Kidlat Tahimik's film focuses on a family that makes paper-mache animals to sell during the traditional Turumba festivities. One year, a department sto...
There is a comedy set in 1960s Helsinki. The story is about a woman who is in complete control of her life, and she is a hatmaker. She also runs her shop and sometimes is a fortune teller. When Jan, a...
Bananaland: Blood, Bullets & Poison
For consumers, bananas are a delicious and nutritious start to the day, a healthy snack and a fixture in our fruit bowls. For millions of residents in the banana lands, the production of bananas means...
They Have Changed Their Face
The director of a car corporation invites one of his employees to his country villa to give him the good news. He was promoted. promotion has a price and the old man is not what he seems.
The Sun Island
A documentary essay film about coincidences, shattered lives and posthumous fame. A found footage family film about love and passion, friendship and heartbreak in Berlin between the wars. But a film ...
Men and Beasts
The dramatic fate of the Red Army commander is the basis of the plot. He didn't immediately decide to return to the USSR after being captured in January 1942. Aleksei returned to his homeland after 17...
Master of the Universe
He was one of Germany's leading investment experts with an income of several million Euros per day. Now, he sits on one of the upper floors of an empty bank building in the middle of Frankfurt, overlo...