Snowflake, Arizona: Where the Residents are Allergic to Life

A small community in Snowflake, Arizona, has retreated into the desert to escape modern life. Residents say they have multiple chemical sensitivities and environmental illness, which have not been scientifically proven as real illnesses by medical professionals. (Source: The Guardian)

Marshall McLuhan on Terrorists Lacking Identity

“All forms of violence are a quest for identity,” Marshall McLulan tells Mike McManus in this television interview from 1977. “Ordinary people find the need for violence as they lose their identities … Terrorists, hijackers, these are people minus identity.…

A Cult Breaks Up a Couple in Love

A love story that got lost over 40 years. The two characters in this documentary short, Ron Raffaelli, and Charlene Peters “Isis Aquarian,” went their separate ways — one joining a cult, called “The Source Family,” and another continuing his…

‘URBAN STRUGGLE’: Slam Dancing and the Rise of Punk Rock

Cuckoo’s Nest owner Jerry Roach says that the days when Punk Rock began were fantastic and he doesn’t think they’ll ever happen that way again.


Directed by Michael Lucid, this short documentary looks at a group of girls at his high school that became known as the “dirty girls.” It’s about Riot Grrrls and feminism in the 1990s and growing up.
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