Most Popular "Progressivism" Titles
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1. Lee Daniels' The Butler (I) (2013)
PG-13 | 132 min | Biography, Drama
As Cecil Gaines serves eight presidents during his tenure as a butler at the White House, the civil rights movement, Vietnam, and other major events affect this man's life, family, and American society.
Votes: 87,414 | Gross: $116.63M
4. B.F.'s Daughter (1948)
Passed | 108 min | Drama, Romance
Wealthy Polly Fulton marries a progressive scholar whose attitudes toward capitalism and acquired wealth puts their marriage in jeopardy.
5. The People Speak (2009)
113 min | Documentary, History
A look at America's struggles with war, class, race and women's rights. based on Howard Zinn's "A People's History of the United States."
7. The Education of Shelby Knox (2005)
Not Rated | 76 min | Documentary
A 15-year-old girl's transformation from conservative Southern Baptist to liberal Christian and ardent feminist parallels her fight for sex education and gay rights in Lubbock, Texas.
9. Learn How to Read and Write, Son (1981)
96 min | Comedy, Drama
In a small Greek village, short time after the collapse of the Junta regime, a memorial of those who died in the German occupation of Greece brings in the surface the political differences of a conservative teacher and his two sons.
10. Can Mr. Smith Get to Washington Anymore? (2006)
Not Rated | 82 min | Documentary
Frank Popper's engaging documentary follows the 2004 campaign of Jeff Smith, a young political science instructor at Washington University who runs for the seat vacated by retiring ... See full synopsis »
11. Who Are the Young Turks? (2010 TV Short)
4 min | Documentary, Short, Biography
A short look at The Young Turks, a show that started in a living room, and now is the largest online news show in the world.
90 min | Documentary, Biography
The profile of controversial journalist George Seldes and a piercing examination of America's news media. Narrated by Susan Sarandon, with readings of writings by Ed Asner, this Academy ... See full summary »
14. Chutzpah (2013)
12 min | Documentary, Short, Comedy
CHUTZPAH vividly illustrates the inanity and irony of Anthony Weiner's mayoral campaign, while casting a spotlight on the symbiotic relationship between politicians and reporters. From ... See full summary »
15. Tale of the Tribe (2009)
Not Rated | 112 min | Drama, Romance
A modern sorceress crosses the line and contacts a force from beyond, disrupting the fabric of time; two lovers are threatened by forces unknown; eight souls draw together mysteriously.
17. Cine Manifest (2006)
75 min | Documentary
Award-winning cinematographer Judy Irola revisits her 1970s San Francisco Marxist film collective, Cine Manifest. She and her comrades puzzle out in hindsight whether their social ... See full summary »
18. Citadel: The Birth of the LeVeque Tower (2011)
64 min | Documentary
The political and social background, and the architecture, construction, and legacy of the first (and for almost 50 years the only) skyscraper in Columbus, Ohio: the American Insurance Union (AIU) Citadel, later known as the LeVeque Tower.
20. Our Bodies, Our Choice! (2005)
20 min | Documentary, Short
A documentary of the March for Women's Lives, starring The Radical Cheer and Noise Bloc! The March for Women's Lives took place in April, 2005. Over a million people marched to demand ... See full summary »
21. A Child Went Forth (1941)
20 min | Short, Documentary
A line from Whitman, "There was a child went forth every day," starts this film: a visit to a farm that's a summer camp and progressive school for exploration and discovery. The children, ... See full summary »
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999– )
TV-14 | 42 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
A female video game developer is harassed and threatened by a group of misogynistic cyber terrorists.
Moyers & Company (2012– )
Saving Democracy Is Up to Citizen Activists
TV-G | News, Talk-Show
Historian Peter Dreier talks about outraged citizens fighting corruption and financial columnist Gretchen Morgenson on why JPMorgan may be getting off easily. Continue reading