A documentary disguised as a music video.
Shot over the course of apx. 4 hours on October 1st, 2011, in Zuccotti Park, and on the Brooklyn Bridge in NYC. It's day 14 of the Occupy Wall Street movement and a march has been planned, however the destination was as yet unknown. This was my first time participating in the protests that had now lasted two weeks and appeared to be growing in strength and spreading across the country. I brought a video camera with me to document the event and as it turned out, for a brief time we collectively occupied The Brooklyn Bridge, at least until 700 of our numbers were trapped by the police from both sides of the bridge and arrested. This was my experience. Music: "Money" by Pink Floyd. **Re-edited, remixed, and re-uploaded as of 7/11/14
See my other "Occupy" films "Taking Time Square" @ vimeo.com/30965357
and Occupy Wall St, "Taking Borough Hall" @ vimeo.com/32649073
Go to occupywallst.org to learn more about this movement.
A place to collect all the films related to the worldwide movement.
99% = majority!!!
Visually layered in representation, Artivist Designer Matt LeGrand explains how harnessing the power of design can generate lasting, positive change and transformation in our individual lives and in our collective world.
a video I made about Gezi Park protests in Istanbul. vimeo.com/68917094
Unification of an Attitude rampant in the world.