The Disinformation Company is a dynamic, independent media company seeking to promote important political, social or cultural issues that are ignored by the mainstream media. Disinformation’s progressive and alternative films include popular titles such as Killer at Large and Rip! A Remix Manifesto.
WAR MADE EASY reaches into the Orwellian memory hole to expose 50 years of government spin.
The film follows Michael Moore's controversial decision to speak at Utah Valley State College
Concerned that the real John McCain story was not being told, Robert Greenwald's team decided they HAD to do something about it
Alan Moore is the world's most critically acclaimed and widely admired creator of comic books and graphic novels.
The Cult of the Suicide Bomber is the most definitive documentary on suicide bombers ever produced.
Alex Jones provides a riveting case of how governments have carried out terror attacks against their own populations in the past
An exploration into the nature of stupidity in Western society and its history of our perception of it.
An intimate portrait of painter Joe Coleman, who is known around the world as a shamanic, moral voice.
The Da Vinci Code sparked millions of people to explore the mysteries of the isolated hilltop village of Rennes-le-Cheteau.
Maybe Logic "is" a hilarious and mind-bending journey into the multi-dimensional life of Robert Anton Wilson.
If there's one thing that truly unites Canadians, it's our national past-time of bashing Toronto
Obesity is fast becoming the single greatest killer of Americans.
This feature documentary sets out, in unmistakable terms, that the Islamic civilization is at war with the West
"The Great Beast" was perhaps the most controversial and notorious individual in British History
How Arnold went from Terminator to Governator
Discover the wealth of fascinating detail hidden in the isolated hilltop village of Rennes-le-Chateau
Filmmaker Alex Jones chronicles the history of the global elite's bloody rise to power
The definitive documentary exploration of The Da Vinci Code
In RiP: A remix manifesto, Web activist and filmmaker Brett Gaylor explores issues of copyright in the information age