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Yann Arthus-Bertrand is a famous French photographer who made a name for himself with his aerial photography style and his best seller La Terre vue du ciel (Earth From Above in English). In 2009, he directed his first documentary called Home, about the link between mankind and the Earth; this

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One of the greatest bands to come out of the L.A. underground had to be The Gun Club. Jeffery Lee Pierce came from his own planet and used his music as a vehicle to take us to the place where he was understood. I just found this interesting documentary called Ghost

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Check out this interesting documentary about one of the most famous witch trials to ever take place in Britain, called The Pendle Witch Child…

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Fresno is located in the heart of California. It is the fifth largest city in the best state in America. I spent over a decade living in the area. I dedicated a lot of time and energy focusing on building unity within the underground music community in the hopes of

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There is a war going on online that many us just do not know about! It’s the battle between hackers, world governments and corporations. The powers that be are trying their best to keep the masses deaf, dumb and blind to all of fuckery they are doing. After watching this

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L.A. and Oakland are home to many things, and one of them is the Black Biker movement that started decades ago. I know when most people think of choppers and biker gangs, white males come to mind – which is obviously not the case when you take a deeper look

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I lived in London for a couple of years, and one of the first things that I realized was that the city had a dark side…I just watched this new Vice documentary called The Disturbing Truth Behind the “Spitman” Urban Legend and it is fucked up on so many levels…

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Check out this 1998 BLACK METAL documentary from Belgium. There are points of view I really like in this film, but at the same time there are some things I just can not get down with. It’s nice to see a pretty honest perspective on the scene in Belgium from back in

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JOHN Fucking BRANNON has created 80’s hardcore with his band Negative Approach. Check out this rad documentary about a living legend from the 80’s. I loved Negative Approach back in the day, and still do to this day. Detroit Punks Episode 1 now showing below…What’s rad about this visual is that

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The third and probably the last list of films coming from Openculture that I’m gonna do. I hope you checked the list yourself by now, you can also go back to the two previous lists here and here. At this point, there is really no need for an introduction, but

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The stone monoliths of antiquity have always been a source of mystery. The Pyramids at Giza, Stonehenge, Tenochtitlan…no one has been able to fully explain how they were built, or even more interestingly, why? Carl Munck has invested years into studying ancient stone monoliths. He proposes that these structures were

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One of  the greatest gifts that NYC gave me was the memories of skating its streets and losing myself in the pulse of the city! Johnny Wilson’s new film entitled Sure is full of gnarly skaters doing their thing in the Rotten Apple. It’s rad the way that these dudes will

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