About ‘Take Back Your Power’


The award-winning documentary Take Back Your Power uncovers the shocking story behind why hundreds of local governments are standing against the multi-billion dollar rollout of ‘smart’ utility meters. Take a journey of revelation, examining evidence of in-home privacy invasions, systemic over-billing, extortion, health & environmental harm, fires and unprecedented hacking vulnerability. And be inspired by emerging solutions.

With compelling insight from whistleblowers, government agents, lawyers, doctors, researchers and environmentalists, Take Back Your Power investigates the claimed benefits and emerging risks of a profit-based global initiative that seeks to change the way we live. What you’ll discover will surprise, unsettle and ultimately empower you.


Winner, Leo Award, Best Feature Documentary Program in British Columbia (link)
, AwareGuide Transformational Film of the Year (link)
Winner, IndieFest Annual Humanitarian Award (link)
Winner, NaturalHealth365 Film Of The Year (link)

Release Information

The original Director’s Cut edition (102 mins) of Take Back Your Power was released worldwide on September 5, 2013. The 2014 Edition (88 mins) was released in June 2014 – with new scenes, a shorter running time of 88 minutes, and Spanish, French and English subtitles.

As of July 2017, Take Back Your Power has been screened publicly in more than 300 venues worldwide.

DVDs and online streaming is available at takebackyourpower.net. Online streaming is also available via Amazon Prime here and iTunes here.


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Where To Watch

Main Website: takebackyourpower.net
Vimeo: www.vimeo.com/ondemand/takebackyourpower
Amazon Prime: www.amazon.com/Take-Back-Power-Jeffrey-Armstrong/dp/B00WAR6W9Y/
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/take-back-your-power/id978009109

Film Details

Exhibition Formats: DVD (NTSC and PAL), MOV file (1920×1080), and DCP.
Print Details: Color, Stereo
Runtime: 83 minutes (2017 Edition) / 88 minutes (2014 Edition) / 102 minutes (Original Director’s Cut)
ISBN: 978-0-615-97835-2
Aspect Ratio: 16×9
Date of Completion: September 2017 (Final Cut) / June 2014 (2014 Edition) / August 2013 (Original Director’s Cut)
Countries of Production: Canada, USA
Countries of Filming: Australia, Canada, USA, United Kingdom
Production Budget & Funding: $200,000 USD
Funding sources: Private investments, crowd-funding (including indiegogo)


USA Today: Documentary looks at possible problems with smart grids
TheBlaze.com: Documentary Paints Dark Picture of Smart Meters
Inquisitr: Film Warns Viewers About Smart Grid Dangers

Film Clips

Official trailer (2014 Edition)
Official trailer (2013)
Teaser (2012)
Original trailer (2012)
Clip#1: In-home surveillance
Clip#2: Break-in & bribery
Clip#3: Live blood effects
Clip#4: Energy tech suppression
Film launch


Facebook: www.facebook.com/TakeBackYourPower
Twitter: www.twitter.com/TBYPfilm
IMDB: www.imdb.com/title/tt2644196/

About the Filmmaker

Josh del Sol and his film Take Back Your Power were named winner of The Indie Fest's Annual Humanitarian Award in April 2014.
Josh del Sol
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Josh del Sol leads the Take Back Your Power action community, which is instrumental in the campaign to redirect 5G toward safe technologies. The TBYP community has grown to more than 200,000 participants. Join here: https://takebackyourpower.net/subscribe

In 2019, Josh produced and hosted the 5G Crisis: Awareness & Accountability Summit with co-host Sayer Ji. This summit powerfully and credibly exposes the significant negative downside of “5G” technology. Josh interviews 40 of the world’s leading PhD, legal experts, researchers and public safety advocates. Watch it free today: https://the5Gsummit.com

In 2017, Josh co-founded InPower Movement with Cal Washington. InPower is pioneering a unique process for individuals to enforce commercial liability to prevent harmful technology including ‘smart’ meters.

In 2013, Josh directed and produced the Take Back Your Power documentary: winner of the AwareGuide Transformational Film of the Year, the Indie Fest Annual Humanitarian Award, and Leo Award for Best Feature Documentary (British Columbia).

Born and raised near Vancouver BC, Josh is passionate about human rights, consciousness, decentralized energy production, safe technology and fatherhood. His hobbies include hiking, research and travel.  He lives in Washington State with his daughter.  Josh can be reached through our contact page.