The uplifting and heart-wrenching struggles of families who treat their cancer-stricken children with marijuana, some with astonishing results.
A documentary about the Cannabis Cup.
Documentary about marijuana use, culture and law enforcement by future porn superstar director Alex de Renzy.
The film follows the lively exploits of activists for (and against) the movement for the legalization of the hemp plant in America. It features Woody Harrelson, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, and a whole host of farmers, politicians, businessmen, and laypeople as they search for the truth about this mysterious and demonized plant.
Andy Panda goes shopping for a flower to decorate his lawn but the poor flower is attacked by a very nasty weed that threatens to choke the life out of it. Andy does his best to get rid of the menacing and stubborn weed.
Patrick Staff’s newest work was inspired by artist-writer Catherine Lord’s memoir The Summer of Her Baldness (2004)—a moving and often irreverent account of the author’s experience of cancer. At the heart of Weed Killer is a monologue—adapted from Lord’s moving and often irreverent book—in which an actress reflects upon the chemically induced devastation of chemotherapy. This monologue is intertwined with comparatively otherworldly sequences, including choreographic gestures shot with high-definition thermal imaging. The film suggests a complex relationship to one’s own suffering and draws into focus the fine line between alternately poisonous and curative substances.
A pair of stoners bite off more than they can chew after using their landscaping company to score free food from a local buffet. Jake and Connor must stay one step ahead of the suspicious and shady restaurant manager, hide their drug habits, mow plenty of lawns and smoke plenty of weed all while navigating the strange and murky waters of millennial life.
A chorus girl's career is ruined and her brother is driven to suicide when she starts smoking marijuana.
Evil Weed is a 2009 horror film written and directed by David Wexler. The film was picked up for digital distribution by Film Buff (Cinetic Rights Management) in 2010.Emily and her sister Danielle play host to friends at their parents' country house in the Hamptons. The weekend is poised for success. Murph, Emily's boyfriend, has chosen this occasion to propose, their respective best friends seem to be hitting it off, and Danielle's alienated boyfriend scores in the clutch by supplying the drugs. But when his bag of unicorn weed livens up the party, some of the group begin to suffer from a weird reaction. Inexplicable violence abruptly brings down their high
Marc Emery, Canada's most prominent marijuana activist popularly known as the "Prince of Pot," faces extradition to the U.S. and a possible life sentence for selling marijuana seeds. "Prince of Pot" follows the controversial self-made leader of the marijuana movement as he attempts to raise an army of pot activists and lead them into battle against the U.S. Federal Government and their drug enforcement police, the D.E.A. Through Emery's unique life and career as a civil agitator -- from his beginnings in London, Ontario to his showdown with the U.S. Drug Czar in Vancouver and D.E.A. in Montreal -- the film examines deeper questions: Canadian sovereignty and police integration in a world dominated by its southern neighbor. Written by Nick Wilson
A documentary on the current state of medical marijuana in America. Personal stories from patients, doctors and caregivers verify its medical effectiveness while leading activist rally support to end prohibition.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta is an American neurosurgeon and a chief medical correspondent for CNN. If you remember, Dr. Gupta admitted he was all wrong about weed back in 2013. Nowadays he’s changed his mind and he’s ready for a marijuana revolution so that medical patients can receive the medicine they need.
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Cannabis is the world's favourite drug, but also one of the least understood. Can cannabis cause schizophrenia? Is it addictive? Can it lead you on to harder drugs? Or is it simply a herb, an undervalued medicine? Addiction specialist Dr John Marsden discovers that modern science is finally beginning to find answers to these questions. John traces the cannabis plants' birthplace in Kazakhstan; finds the origins of our sensitivity to cannabis in the simple sea squirt; and shows just what it does to our brains. He meets people who have been changed by this drug in drastically different ways - from those whose lives have been shattered to those who lives have been revived.
When his girlfriend Olivia dumps him for his rival drug-seller, the marijuana pusher Ludovic takes revenge with the help of his loyal customer Vincent who was already cheated by the same guy.
In an abandoned warehouse, two children have something trapped in a sack. That something is not human and will alter the reality they know.
Essay film by the facebook political collective Gang weed created to inform the world about the evils of the government, media, and corporations towards the substance of gang weed, and how these powerful bodies hide society's lies.
A detective wonders that his sister is a murder suspect.
Toho-produced crime drama involving the drug trade.
Two 30 something stoner friends use lies and deceit to convince their straight laced neigbour to unknowingly drive them across the country to pick up some weed in this hilarious low budget comedy film. Watch the film here for free: https://youtu.be/jdGMtJKsX2s
Weeds is an American dark comedy-drama series created by Jenji Kohan. The central character is Nancy Botwin, a widowed mother of two boys who begins selling cannabis to support her family after her husband dies suddenly of a heart attack. Over the course of the show, she and her family become increasingly entangled in illegal activities.
Weed Country is an American reality documentary television series on the Discovery Channel. The series premiered on February 20, 2013 during Discovery's newest programming block titled Weed Wednesdays.
Weed Wars is an American reality-documentary television series that documents the world's largest medical marijuana dispensary, Harborside Health Center, in Oakland, California. The series premiered on the Discovery Channel on December 1, 2011. The series has since been cancelled. In regards to their intentions by allowing their business to be documented for television, Steve DeAngelo has said, "We wanted to be a model to other dispensaries, most of [which] have a media phobia. We wanted to tell our story and we gave Discovery complete access so that people could make up their own minds... There are a lot of stereotypes about who comes to these dispensaries, but viewers will see our customers cover a huge cross-section of the population – age, race and economic classes. They will also see how Harborside treats cannabis as a medicine, and we have a high standard of medical care."
Colorado is experiencing its second gold rush, only this time around it's being called the "green rush." It's all about medical marijuana, which is fast becoming a very big business. National Geographic goes deep inside this brand-new cannabis culture by following an exceptional group of Colorado residents - growers, patients, dispensary owners, cops, caregivers, entrepreneurs, advocates and opponents - as their lives are transformed by medical marijuana.
VICE correspondent Krishna Andavolu chronicles the science, culture, and economics of the emerging “green” economy. Each episode explores the impact of marijuana legalization across the United States and internationally, examining how people on all sides of this issue are reacting to the growing popularity and acceptance of this remarkable plant.
Sacred Weeds was a four-part television series of 50 minute documentaries investigating the cultural impact of psychoactive plants on a broad array of early civilisations. The series was filmed at Hammerwood Park by the producer, Sarah Marris, and her production company TVF. It was broadcast in the summer of 1998 on Channel 4, a British television network. The Reader in European Pre-History at the University of Oxford, Dr Andrew Sherratt, was the series host. Prior to his resignation from the University of Oxford, Sherratt was appointed Professor of Archaeology. Each episode began and ended with Sherratt inscribing his diary with his reflections on the series' scientific and cultural investigations. In each episode the series investigated one psychoactive plant and its cultural significance. Three specialists of various scientific disciplines were invited to monitor two volunteers who had taken each plant. After the four episodes, Sherratt assigned considerably more significance to the psychoactive properties of plants in ancient civilization and the prehistoric period than expert knowledge hitherto.