15 years hard labour in one bountiful box-set. With no box. Yup, it's The Age of Stupid, McLibel and Drowned Out DVDs all together at last. Three multi-award winning films and more than 12 hours of juicy extras over 5 discs. It's a junk food/big dams/climate change feast - all for the bargain price of 30 quid.

The double-disc Stupid extravanganza with subtitles in 31 languages and more than six hours of extras. You can probably find it cheaper from other retailers, but if you can possibly buy it direct from us, you'd be helping with our major debt problems. And if you'd like to screen the film in public, please buy a license from indiescreenings.net

"Absolutely unmissable" double-disc version of our Big Mac epic from 2005, which tells the story of two ordinary people who humiliated McDonald's in the biggest corporate PR disaster in history. The only British doc in the BFI's "Ten Documentaries Which Changed the World" season - and now seen by 25 million people worldwide. 


"Angry, compassionate, disturbing and yet empowering" 2002 feature documentary from Franny Armstrong, following an Indian family who decide to stay at home and drown rather than make way for the Narmada dam. DVD features "Cinema Jalsindhi" mini-doc, in which the filmmakers set up a screening for the villagers to watch their very first movie... starring themselves.

Our 25-minute short doc from 2001 asks: why does Bush want to drill for more oil in America's coldest, richest State, which is warming ten times faster than the rest of the world? Probably worth the asking price for the polar bears alone.