The latest on global uprisings, occupations and direction actions.
Nick Shimkin is a tireless activist, archivist and programmer of media generated and shared across global occupations, uprisings and direction actions. Tonight he'll present an eclectic and provocative selection of the latest emerging from around the globe with several local filmmakers in attendance for discussion of their work and the role of user-generated media in international protest.
Indignati americani (Matteo Minasi and Andrea Salvadore, 31min)
Occupy CUNY (Alex Mallis + Jay Sterrenberg, 5min)
Are You With Me? (Louis Reyes Rivera 1945 - 2012) (Martyna Starosta and Iva Radevojevic, 11min)
Red Square Revolt: Quebec Students Rising (Nate Lavey and Rachel Tomlinson 10min)
Madrid on the Brink S25 - S29 (Brandon Jourdan, Marianne Maeckelbergh and Carlos Delclós, 8min)
Chicago NATO (Michael Eisenberg, 5min)
Oakland Commune (Nicholas Komodore, 8min)
Occupy Wall St: One Year Later (Brandon Jourdan and Marianne Maeckelbergh, 5min)
TRT: 83 min.
Filmmakers in attendance: Mateo Minasi, Nate Lavey, Rachel Tomlinson, Andrea Salvadore, Iva Radevojevic and Martyna Starosta.
Part of the series Flaherty NYC.
Ticket Price: $12, Film Club Member: $8
Nick Shimkin is currently serving as the Film Program Coordinator for Brooklyn Arts Council and its Scene: Brooklyn series. He is a Brooklyn-based film and video curator and has been archiving and sharing media from OWS and people's movements worldwide. He curated a DVD of short documentaries from the early stages of Occupy for the Media Education Foundation, available here.
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