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A Force More PowerfulA Force More Powerful: A Century of Nonviolent Conflict (2 X 84 min) explores one of the 20th century's most important but least understood stories --  how nonviolent power has overcome oppression and authoritarian rule all over the world.

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Part 1: India, Nashville, South Africa
Part 2: Denmark, Poland, Chile


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Bringing Down a DictatorBringing Down A Dictator (56 min) documents the spectacular defeat of Slobodan Milosevic in October, 2000, not by force of arms, as many had predicted, but by an ingenious nonviolent strategy of honest elections and massive civil disobedience.

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Confronting the TruthConfronting the Truth (73 min) shows how countries which have experienced massive human rights violations have created official, independent bodies known as truth commissions to address the pain of the past, to safeguard human rights and due process, and to ensure that the horror will not be repeated.

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Orange Revolution Orange Revolution (92 min) chronicles Ukraine's 2004 presidential campaign, from one candidate's poisoning to the intimidation of voters, acid-bombing of ballot boxes, and the political pressure put on election officials to count votes a certain way. The government's contempt for the people's choice brings nearly a million citizens into the streets of Kyiv for a 17-day around-the-clock protest. With music, interviews, and rare footage of the demonstrations, this film captures the spirit and determination of the most successful political protest of the decade, and raises a timely question: Just how far would you go to protect your vote?

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