Today's most notable and controversial thinkers share their insights and opinions on the issues that affect our world.

Cinema Libre Studio is proud to present the SPEAKING Freely Series, an informative, provacative and educational DVD series featuring some of the world's most controversial and outspoken experts on topics such as: neo-colonialism, socialism, globalization and American hegemony.

  • Volume 1
  • Volume 2
  • Volume 3
  • Volume 4
  • Volume 5
Speaking Freely

SPEAKING Freely Volume 1
John Perkins on: Globalization


The author of the controversial book, "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man," the former hit man reveals his techniques of enriching U.S. corporations by persuading Third World countries to take on crippling debt.

Speaking Freely

SPEAKING FREELY VOLUME 2
Susan George on : Neo-Liberalism


This award-winning scholar reveals the truth behind the history of empire building, neo-colonialism and the root causes of poverty in our world today.

Speaking Freely Volume 3

SPEAKING FREELY VOLUME 3
Ray McGovern on: The Corruption of U.S. Intelligence


The 27-year veteran C.I.A. analyst examines how the Agency came to be an entity that serves the White House agenda, instead of one that serves up the unbiased truth.

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SPEAKING FREELY VOLUME 4
Chalmers Johnson on: American Hegemony


Author of "Blowback," "The Sorrows of Empire" and "Nemesis: The Last Days of the American Republic," Johnson has literally written the book on the concept of American hegemony. A former naval officer and consultant to the C.I.A., he has taken on his own mission to edcuate society about American imperialism and its consequences.

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SPEAKING FREELY VOLUME 3
Hugo Chavez on: The Path to Socialism


Venezuelan President, Hugo Chavez, speaks to members of the international press corps about the advantages of socialism over capitalism and explains why true democracy cannot exist under the latter. Noting that the American empire's practice of privatization, foreign intervention and violence is not conducive to a humanistic society and instead offers that the healthiest is one in which all of its citizens play a role in its development.