Animal Liberation Movement Documentariesby myleandro | created - 18 Mar 2015 | updated - 10 months ago | Public
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9. No Gravy for the Cat (1990)
13 min | Documentary, Short
An expose of vivisector John Orem's ride on the federal grant gravy train that tells the remarkable story of how five cats slated for death at Texas Tech escaped on the underground railroad.
13. Your Mommy Kills Animals! (2007)
R | 105 min | Documentary
An in-depth look at the animal rights movement and the FBI's recent declaration calling them the number one domestic terrorist threat to the United States.
14. Behind the Mask (2006)
Not Rated | 72 min | Documentary
Behind the Mask: The Story Of The People Who Risk Everything To Save Animals is a 2006 documentary film about the Animal Liberation Front. It took three years of filming, interviewing, and editing to complete.
16. Testify! Eco-Defense and the Politics of Violence (2005 Video)
52 min | Documentary
A 50-minute video that discusses the tactics and philosophy of revolutionary environmentalism and animal liberation. Includes footage of ALF and ELF actions plus interviews with many direct-action environmentalists.
19. All My Heroes Still Wear Masks (2002)
16 min | Documentary, Short
An introduction to the Animal Liberation Front with underground footage from the 1980s to the present, using the campaign against Huntington Life Sciences as a case study of the need for ... See full summary »
20. Hidden Crimes (1986)
78 min | Documentary
Film that affords you a glimpse into a world you were never meant to see: the hidden world of animal experimentation where grant-hungry, pseudo scientists are responsible not only for the ... See full summary »
23. Rod Coronado: A Voice for Liberation (2000)
5 min | Documentary, Short
Rod Coronado is an indigenous traditionalist, earth warrior and convicted ALF activist who spent few years in a federal prison for actions carried out on behalf of the earth and the animals... See full summary »
Not Rated | 72 min | Documentary
A candid and introspective look at the extreme beliefs and motives of Ingrid Newkirk, the British-born co-founder and driving force behind People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the world's largest animal-rights organization.
84 min | Documentary
The media has well documented the great social justice issues of the past and present-19th century struggles over the abolition of slavery, providing women with the vote, protecting ... See full summary »
33. Zelené hnutie (2011)
34 min | Documentary, Short
This amateur video tries to present green movement from its pre era to the presence. The first part briefly presents its specific streams, from green political parties to groups like Animal... See full summary »
34. Radikálny environmentalizmus na Slovensku (2012)
10 min | Documentary, Short
Short overview of ideologies, work and activities of several animal liberation movements and individuals operating in Slovak Republic.
35. Animal Rights (2001)
22 min | Documentary, Short
"Animal Rights - a universal declaration" is a film featuring activist Heather Nicholson, psychologist Dr Richard Ryder, script by Alex Bourke, published by Vegetarian Guides and Innervision.
43. Breaking Barriers (1986 TV Short)
15 min | Documentary, Short
An investigation of an AIDS research facility called SEMA prompted Dr. Jane Goodall, the world's foremost primate specialist, to call for its closure and the suspension of experiments using... See full summary »
Star: Ingrid Newkirk
48. Chattel (2003)
48 min | Documentary