Embody the Movement — Occupy Wall St West

Posted by on Jan 24, 2012

Embody the Movement — Occupy Wall St West

As part of Occupy Wall St. West, on January 20th 2012, to mark the anniversary of Citizens United supreme court case, hundreds of activists and social artists called for economic justice and people power in the name of the 99%. This video reflects how art and activism are key in growing a movement and building a better world. Join this movement by taking action in your community. Check out...

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One People Flash Mob – This Is What Love Looks Like

Posted by on Dec 14, 2011

One People Flash Mob – This Is What Love Looks Like

On 19 November 2011 over 100 dancers converged at Occupy SF & Oakland to dance the world awake. Flashmob Produced & Directed by Magalie Bonneau-Marcil of DancingwithoutBorders.org, Video Directed & Edited by Ben Flanigan (BenFlanigan.com), Co-sponsors: CODEPINK.org & SFNOW.org Want to bring the flash mob to your community? Go to http://tiny.cc/h3t3w Music: Thanks to the...

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Occupy Broadway: The Big Bank – A Musical For The Movement #OWS

Posted by on Dec 9, 2011

After seeing our short film, The Revolution Is Love, we were contacted by Jacob Seligmann, who has his own amazing project. It’s called The Big Bank: The Big Bank is about a bank that loves to foreclose on people, a banker who falls in love with a flower shop owner who he is supposed to foreclose on, a radical environmentalist who tweets a revolution against the bank, his precocious eleven...

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Occupy Movement: Show Me Your Face

Posted by on Dec 1, 2011

Occupy Movement: Show Me Your Face

Directed by Ian MacKenzie My goal with this piece was to move us beyond our ideas of left and right, black and white. We are moving toward a world beyond “isms.” These are relics from our previous consciousness and it’s time to let them go. We cannot tackle the crises facing our world alone. We need each other. We need the...

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If We Get Occupy Right, We Get Everything Right

Posted by on Nov 28, 2011

If We Get Occupy Right, We Get Everything Right

WHEN I FIRST heard the call to Occupy Wall St for a few months, I knew this was big. I knew it would be more than just a “protest.” This felt different than the usual march to voice specific grievances. It was a call for something more profound, and much deeper, than even the original participants realized as they gathered their signs and tents. I knew because I’d be following...

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