POT TV – High Relief rolls Florida’s move into medical cannabis.
Jan Bluz’s documentary explores Poland’s medical cannabis community. His previous film, Bastard’s of Prohibition: Market of Legal Highs in Poland, held synthetic narcotic addiction under a contemporary and close eye.
Looking at the Mexican drug wars from both sides of the border, “Cartel Land” is punchy and vital but not particularly informative.
A documentary produced by an Edmonton man is one of 134 being considered for the 2015 Academy Awards.
Eugene Jarecki, award-winning documentary filmmaker, discussed the film’s impact.
In a conference call this morning, filmmaker Eugene Jarecki discussed the impact of his award-winning drug war documentary The House I Live In and where we go from here in the fight to end the drug war and mass incarceration.
A new documentary from Tribeca Films has hit the wires. How to Make Money Selling Drugs was produced by Adrian Grenier ("Entourage") and Bert Marcus, and directed by Matthew Cooke.
What comes to mind when you think of someone who sells drugs? Maybe it's the shady character luring customers on a corner in a 1980s "Just Say No" ad. Or perhaps you think of the guy from your college with scales in his dorm room, measuring out marijuana to sell to his buddies.
POT TV - In this 2008 documentary, National Geographic Channel covers the ongoing global battle over marijuana prohibition, its history, and the growing culture of cannabis use for recreational and medical purposes. Reporter Lisa Ling visits Vancouver's Pot Block, as well as some secret and not-so-secret marijuana growing operations and other relevant pot spots.
Hundreds of thousands of non-violent drug offenders are "wasting their lives away in prison at our expense," and more than 60,000 people have been killed in Mexico over the last six years.