The WikiLeaks official Don’t Extradite Assange campaign announces an online film festival – The WikiLeaks Lockdown List. Our contribution to those who are following medical advice and self-isolating due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The WikiLeaks Lockdown List contains free films and talks you can watch to learn more about WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, whistleblowing, activism and seeking justice. Share this list and support our campaign to free Julian Assange. Please take care of yourself and those around you during this time.
The War You Don’t See
Thought-provoking documentary on war propaganda: how governments manipulate the facts and how most media let them get away with it.
A documentary about two extraordinary characters – Spanish lawyer Baltasar Garzón and his world famous client Julian Assange. The film witnesses the struggle for the control of information, the growing influence of intelligence services, the role of the mass media and the difficult balance of individual rights and state security.
The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz
The story of programming prodigy and information activist Aaron Swartz, who took his own life at the age of 26.
Terminal F: Chasing Edward Snowden
58min | Documentary | 2015
NSA analyst-turned whistleblower Edward Snowden and his escape from American authorities to Hong Kong and later to Russia, after leaking classified information about global surveillance programs.
Free Speech Fear Free
Can we really be fully human without Free Speech? Is free speech the oxygen of our society? Without it we crumble. Free Speech Fear Free get’s to the core of what free speech really is, and the impact it has on our day to day lives.
Mediastan: A WikiLeaks Road Movie
Mediastan is a journey from Afghanistan to Manhattan, through the boundaries of freedom of speech. Wikileaks staff travel through Central Asia finding local partners to publish material from the 2010 US diplomatic cables leak.
22min | Documentary | 2010
Inside Wikileaks (2010): Julian Assange is adamant that his leak of over 90,000 war files was justified, and plans to release even more.
We Are Legion – The Story of the Hacktivists
A documentary on the workings and beliefs of the self-described “hacktivist” collective, Anonymous.
Executive Producer Julian Assange. For The Engineer, death is an art. A corpse is a friend. And he spends more time with his friends than his family. His own life is in danger, but he continues to unearth secret mass graves and identify the hundreds of missing children lost to El Salvador’s gang conflict.
Collateral Murder: 10 Years On
Today April 05, 2020 marks the 10th anniversary of the publication infamous WikiLeaks publication Collateral Murder video. The video shows how two Apache helicopters murdered 11 Iraqi people including two Reuters journalists. This is one of the publications Julian Assange is being indicted
Julian Assange: The 2011 60 Minutes Interview
28min | Interview | 2011
Steve Kroft interviews the controversial founder of WikiLeaks Air Date: Apr 11, 2019
The Julian Assange Show: The World Tomorrow
Episode 1: Nasrallah
Hezbollah urged the Syrian opposition to engage in dialogue with Assad’s regime, but they refused. Hezbollah leader Sayyid Nasrallah confirmed this in his first interview in 6 years, the world premiere of Julian Assange’s ‘The World Tomorrow’.
Episode 2: Slavoj Zizek & David Horowitz
“Intellectual superstar” Slavoj Zizek is a philosopher, psychoanalyst and cultural commentator. David Horowitz is a renowned stalwart of hardline conservative American political thought and an unrepentant Zionist.
Episode 3: Moncef Marzouki
Julian Assange speaks with Tunisia’s first post-revolution leader Moncef Marzouki about the West’s double standards in protecting human rights. He is a former human rights activist who has vowed to put an end to human rights violations in Tunisia.
Episode 4: Alaa-Nabeel
Julian Assange speaks with two leading Arab revolutionaries in the middle of conflict, Alaa Abd El-Fattah from Egypt and Nabeel Rajab from Bahrain. Alaa Abd El-Fattah is a long time Egyptian blogger, programmer and political activist.
Episode 5: Surviving Guantanamo
Assange speaks with Moazzam Begg, a former Gitmo prisoner and a rights campaigner, and Asim Qureshi, a former lawyer, whose human rights organization Cageprisoners raises awareness of the plight of prisoners in Guantanamo Bay.
Episode 6: Rafael Correa
Julian talks to the President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa. Correa is a left wing populist who has changed the face of Ecuador. But unlike his predecessors he holds a Ph.D. in economics. In 2010 he was taken hostage in an attempted coup d’etat.
Episode 7: Occupy Movement
The Occupy movement has united hundreds of thousands across the world to fight social and economic inequality. Julian Assange meets with prominent Occupy activists who say their collective efforts target global institutions.
Episode 8: Cypherpunks 1
Laws officially are aiming to tackle internet piracy, but are in fact infringing people’s rights to online privacy. Julian gets together with Cypherpunk activists Andy Müller-Maguhn, Jeremie Zimmermann, and Jacob Appelbaum.
Episode 9: Cypherpunks 2
You can’t do much online or with your phone without someone, somewhere, knowing what you’re doing. But there’s one group on your side. They’re called the Cypherpunks Movement, they discuss their plans to keep your private data, private.
Episode 10: Imran Khan
No country has ever been bombed by its own ally, like Pakistan has been bombed by the US, Pakistani politician Imran Khan tells Julian Assange. He says it is time to put an end to the US-Pakistani ‘client-master’ relationship.
Episode 11: Chomsky & Tariq Ali
A surprise Arab drive for freedom, the West’s structural crisis and new hope coming from Latin America. That’s the modern world in the eyes of Noam Chomsky and Tariq Ali, two prominent thinkers who are interviewed by Julian Assange.
Episode 12: Anwar Ibrahim
Julian Assange speaks to the leader of the Malaysian opposition – Anwar Ibrahim. With Malaysian elections looming with Anwar tipped to win, Assange talks to him about how he has survived and what he sees as the future of Asia and the West.