Debtocracy was released in April and went viral soon after - the producers claim over half a million people saw it in just the first five days of its release. Directed by Aris Chatzistefanou and Katerina Kitidi and featuring contributions from, amongst others, Costas Lapavitsas, David Harvey and Alan Badiou it 'seeks the causes of the debt crisis and proposes solutions hidden by the government and dominant media.' It outraged many members of the Greek government and media chiefs, who immediately went on the attack against the directors. Chatzistefanou, a journalist with Skai Radio, part of the Skai Media Group - one of the largest media conglomerates in Greece - was fired shortly after the documentary made its debut. The film was released under a Creative Commons BY-SA license. Read the synopsis here, Red Pepper's interview with Chatzistefanou here, and watch below.