Ask No Questions

A Chinese state TV insider is held in a Clockwork Orange-style brainwashing facility until he accepts the official narrative on a fiery public suicide that he believes was a government plot.

Protest at Heaven’s Gate

A Melbourne roof plumber, his mum, and a former Olympian slip into the heart of Beijing’s Tiananmen Square with a number of their compatriots to stage a protest against the communist regime-sanctioned torture and persecution of Falun Dafa, a Chinese spiritual practice rooted in Buddhist tradition whose learners only crime is to live by its principles – truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance.

False Fire | China’s Tragic New Standard in State Deception

On January 23, 2001, it was reported that five people set themselves on fire in Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China. The documentary analyzes the incident which the CCP media used to accuse Falun Gong as harmful to society, and which allowed the CCP to ramp up the persecution in years to come.

The Journey to Tiananmen

On November 20, 2001, 36 people from around the world gathered on Tiananmen Square. Many had never met, many didn’t even know if anyone else would show up. It was a gathering both necessary and unpredictable. It is a story of their unexpected triumph in drawing international attention to the detention, torture and often deaths of the tens of thousands who had come before them to raise a banner on Tiananmen Square and proclaim “Falun Dafa is Good.”