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December TV Guide

Our December TV Guide it out! We’re back with our most dangerous line up yet; a celebration of Euro-Punk, Anti-Christmas content, & a brand-new late night VHS block!

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The Needle (Igla)

Beloved late Soviet icon Viktor Tsoi delivered his final role in this Kazahk new wave thriller about a drifter returning to his town & trying to get his ex to kick a new morphine addiction.

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Third Cinema: Brazilian Psychedelia

In the first part of our new Third Cinema Series, open the Portuguese doors of perception & enter a realm of trippy Brazilian cinema full of cosmic conquistadors, technicolor tarantulas, and more!

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October TV Guide

The wait is over… Phase V of Write Brain TV has begun! This month is full of thrills, chills, & red scares, featuring dangerous underground content from around the world.

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Free Breakfast For Children – Self Titled

FBFC come out spraying fire, as the supergroup brandishes an arsenal of politically-conscious bars, felonious street scenes, and even some rock-the-mic full-posse cuts.

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The John Pilger Collection

In 1967, Henry Kissinger and Richard Nixon began a conquest for world domination. One journalist dared to explore the ravaged countries left behind.

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The Embargoed Films Of Cuba

Remove the blockade from your mind and take a journey across one of the most forbidden film canons: Cuba. These 7 revolutionary films feature intros by Cuban film historian Victor Fowler.

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The Sanctioned Films Of DPRK

DPRK’s film canon has long been ignored and marginalized by the world. One our most controversial series brings 8 significant and beautiful films from the DPRK to Write Brain TV.

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Write Past Midnite

Write Past Midnite season 2 is another mind-melting mix of late-night lunacy, trippy toons, and strange shorts from the craziest creators in the world. Hosted by the bodacious Sir EU!

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November 2023 TV Guide

This month we celebrate the underground art movements of Brazil, from Cinema Nouveau, to punk rock cartoonists, all rising under the backdrop of a brutal dictatorship.

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Soviet Horror Week

You can now experience our special halloween event in this interactive series tracing the collapse of the USSR & the horror films it spawned. Hosted by Lady Izdihar.

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Bob Spits: We Don’t Like People

In this meta-mindfuck doc, aging Brazilian underground cartoonist Angeli wants to kill Bob Spits, the punk comic character that made his career… But Bob has other plans!

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