Economic Justice Films

In the Peace & Justice Center’s Community Library we have a variety of films that people can check out. Here are some of the ones that relate to Economic Justice:


Silenced Voices
2011, Dirs. Sam Mayfield, Brendan O’Neill & Gustavo Teran
25 Minutes

Heist: Who Stole The American Dream
2011, Dirs. Frances Causey & Donald Goldmacher
76 Minutes

The Billionaire’s Tea Party
2011, Dir. Taki Oldham
54 Minutes (Also contains “Gunsmoke” [22 Minutes])

China Blue
2005, Dir. Micha X. Peled
88 Minutes

The Best Money Government Can Buy
2009, Dir. Francis Megahy
76 Minutes (Also contains “Murder, Spies and Voting Lies [68 Minutes])

2011, Dir. Richard Heap
52 Minutes (Also contains “E-Waste Hell” [16 Minutes])

Delicious Peace Grows
2010, Dir. Curt Fissel
40 Minutes

Black Gold
2006, Dirs. Marc and Nick Francis
78 Minutes

Shadows of Liberty
2013, Jean-Philippe Tremblay
93 Minutes

Maxed Out
2006, James D. Scurlock
90 Minutes

The House I Live In
2012, Eugene Jareki
108 Minutes

The Cost of War
2005, Veterans for Peace

The Corporation
2003, Dirs. Mark Achbar & Jennifer Abbott
145 Minutes (Also contains “The Story of Citizens United V. FEC” [9 Minutes] and “Overcoming the Odds” [18 Minutes])

Howard Zinn: You Can’t Be Neutral On a Moving Train
2004, Dirs. Deb Ellis & Denis Mueller, Narrated by Matt Damon
78 Minutes

Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room
2005, Dir. Alex Gibney
110 Minutes

Boudu Saved From Drowning
1932, Dir. Jean Renoir
84 Minutes

ETHOS: The Movie
2011, Dir. Pete McGrain
68 Minutes (Also contains “The 99 Percent” [29 Minutes])

The Blood in This Town
2010, Dir. Art Jones
80 Minutes

Now: Children’s Health Care Showdown
2007, PBS
30 Minutes

Talking to the Wall: The Story of an American Bargain
2003, Dir. Steve Alves
57 Minutes

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