John Pilger Videos
The majority of John Pilger's 58 documentaries and films are available to watch in their entirety on this page, along with a selection of interviews, speeches and other video featuring John Pilger.
Pilger explains the background to 'Utopia' and how little has changed since his first film about indigenous Australia in 1985
The official trailer for 'Utopia', John Pilger's new 2013 film about indigenous Australia
2011. Powerful investigation into the media's role in war, tracing the history of 'embedded' and independent reporting.
John Pilger addresses 'Media and War' conference at Goldsmith's College, University of London, 17 November 2012
A major public forum featuring John Pilger at the Sydney Town Hall on Wednesday 16 March 2011.
An extended interview with Julian Assange recorded during filming of John Pilger's latest film 'The War You Don't See'
15 December 2010. An interview with John Pilger on Democracy Now! in which he defends WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange
The official trailer for John Pilger's new film, 'The War You Don't See', in UK cinemas from 12 December 2010
John Pilger delivers the City of Sydney Peace Prize Lecture in the concert hall of the Sydney Opera House
2007. The story of the manipulation of Latin America by the United States over the past 50 years, including the real story behind the attempted overthrow of Hugo Chávez in 2002 (with English subtitles)
2007. La historia del manipulación de países latinoamericanos por Estados Unidos durante los últimos 50 años, inclusive la verdad detrás del derrocamiento procurado del Hugo Chávez en 2002
2004. The plight of the Chagos Islands, whose indigenous population was secretly and brutally expelled by British Governments in the late 1960s and early 1970s to make way for an American military base.
2003. An investigation into the discrepancies between the American and British justification for 'War on Terror' and the facts on the ground in Afghanistan and Washington DC.
2002. The Palestinians right of return was affirmed by the United Nations more than half a century ago, but they are still caught in a terrible limbo, refugees in their own land, controlled by Israel in the longest military occupation in modern times.
2001. An analysis of a new global economy run by government backed multinational companies who are further widening the gulf between the rich and the poor.
An analysis of the effect of economic sanctions on Iraq.
Pro-democracy advocate and prisoner of conscience Aung San Suu Kyi is interviewed by John Pilger.
1995. Twenty years after the Vietnam War, Pilger returns to the country to investigate the country's latest battle against economic slavery.
An exploration of the situation in East Timor - a country ruled by bloodshed and fear.
John Pilger shows how the UN has allowed the Khmer Rouge to grow stronger.
An investigation into the crippling levels of debt paid by Third World Countries.
The British government and the UN react to the outcry over the situation in Cambodia.
A look at the complicated relationship that Australians have with war.
An examination of the land stolen from aborigines by British settlers.
The shameful history of persecution of the Aborigines in Australia.
How can a country survive when its jungle borders hold 4000 hostile troops?
The effect of aid to Cambodia and the extent of the country's new-found stability.
The shocking state of Cambodia after Pol Pot's murderous regime.
Three years after the fall of Saigon, Pilger returns to examine the new regime.
An investigation of the risks and rewards of plutonium usage and the use of fast-breeder reactors.
An investigation into the lamentable state of a paiute reservation in the Nevada desert.
The public reaction to a Vietnamese refugee camp constructed outside an American town.
Viewing the racial minefield of British society through the eyes of a black family.
A revealing portrayal of bigoted Alabama governor George Wallace.
Highlighting the issue of innocent people confined to prisons on remand.
Why are 98 of the affected families not allowed compensation?
1971. Investigating the plight of working Britons who feel they have no say in their future.