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Unicorn Riot went to Iceland to take an in-depth look at the consequences of human-caused climate change.
Workers have successfully self-managed the production of environmentally-friendly cleaning products for the last six years in the occupied factory Vio.Me. There are no bosses in this factory on the east side of Thessaloniki, Greece’s second largest city. Workers have been in full control since occupying the factory in 2013, two years after the workers had stopped receiving paychecks from the business due to the parent company having filed for bankruptcy.
In 2019, Unicorn Riot interviewed three New Yorkers who volunteered to fight alongside the Peoples’ Protection Units (YPG) and Syrian Democratic Forces against ISIS and Turkey. The documentary features their oral accounts overlaid with contributed footage from anonymous sources to bring you a first person point of view of what happened to fighters as they held the front line in defense of Rojava, an autonomous zone in northern Syria. The three men share their perspectives of ...
Operating voluntarily and organized horizontally, the grassroots independent media collective OmniaTV, has functioned out of necessity since 2011. Striving to bring out truths misrepresented in Greek media and covering under-reported stories, OmniaTV stands out as a viable alternative non-profit media source as for-profit and mainstream media controls the TV and radio in Greece.
Unicorn Riot dispatched a small media team intent on learning more about the ongoing border crisis in the desert borderlands of Arizona in southwest United States.
The film highlights actions taken by water protectors to stop the construction of the oil pipeline and investigates actions taken by law enforcement, military, and corporate mercenaries to quell the months-long protest. Black Snake Killaz timelines the historical events that unfolded in Standing Rock and brings you a raw front line experience of direct actions.
In late May 2016, Ajamou Butler, a.k.a. Brother Heal the Hood, organized the fifth annual ‘Heal the Hood’ block party in North Milwaukee. Hundreds gathered at Keefe and 1st Ave. on both days of the weekend in a mission to bring the community together, including street organizations, in efforts to network, have fun, eat together, and heal.