“Keeping the media honest
is my passion”

About Lauren

Lauren Southern is a Canadian journalist, author, and documentary filmmaker. She is well known for her films Farmlands, Borderless and most recently Crossfire. Whether it be the murder of South African farmers or the cover-up of crime statistics in America, she does not shy away from controversial political crises.

Southern also has a robust writing and commentary career, covering issues of feminism, free speech, immigration and geopolitical power struggles. Her commentary has been featured in IB Times, The Spectator, Spiked, Sky News, Human Events and more.

In a world where media are bought and paid for by interest groups, and pressured by the powers that be, independent journalists are needed more than ever. Southern is dedicated to her peaceful advocacy of exposing corruption and speaking up for the silent majority who deserve a voice.

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New Documentary Coming in March

Empty Love

The world is filling up with tears of those who feel alone. Men and women have never seemed so desperate for one another and yet so separate and bitter. Our movies feature grand stories of love and sex, we’ve designed apps to match up with one another, every moment of our lives seems dominated by the question of who will I feel close to next.

New Children’s Book!

Henry the Sheepdog & the Wolf of Mossville

It has been said that a lie has the chance to get all around the world before the truth can get its pants on. Henry the sheepdog is a child-friendly reflection on the disturbing truth of that statement. Lies can be told, lives ruined, and truth minced in the pursuit of all sorts of unsavory ulterior motives