1. Occupy Denver

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    Last Saturday I went downtown. This is what I captured. Music: Champagne Champagne-I Fell Through Follow me @https://www.facebook.com/shelbysmithvideo And for more info:http://www.shelbysmithvideo.com/

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    • Payroll | Occupy

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      This short music video combines slow-motion footage that I captured on October 10, 2011 at Zuccotti Park (center of the Occupy Wall Street protest), with time-lapse and other location footage from my earlier work-still-in-progress "Financial Capital." The music and lyrics of Nitzer Ebb (here, a non-commercial use) began ringing in my ears when I immersed myself in Zuccotti Park. Rather like Laibach and other European musical "industrialists," Nitzer Ebb's aesthetic of domination that borders on Fascism is simple mockery. By juxtaposing this ironic song of corporate submission ("Payroll") against our once-in-a-generation outcry of financial disparity, I am inviting rumination while staying carefully agnostic about the essence of Occupy Wall Street. [For my companion piece -- a more cinéma vérité-style documentary approach -- see http://vimeo.com/hpmoon/zoo.] Filmed and edited by H. Paul Moon / Zen Violence Films | http://www.zenviolence.com

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      • Occupy Tactics: Violence and Legitimacy in the Occupy Movement and Beyond

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        A Debate between Chris Hedges and the CrimethInc. Ex-Workers Collective on Tactics & Strategy, Reform & Revolution Why a debate? Since Occupy Wall Street took Zuccotti Park in September 2011, there has been a resurgence of social movement activity in the United States. As momentum has increased, age-old questions over tactics, strategy, and goals have returned to the fore. What is violence? Who gets to define it? Do illegal actions have a place in our movements? This discussion never takes place in a vacuum or on a level playing field; rather, it occurs within the context of a struggle that is already in progress, where every statement has immediate ramifications for the participants. Differing tactical approaches often reflect fundamental differences in strategy and goals. At the core of these issues is the question: What are we fighting for and how do we get there? This moderated debate will feature: Chris Hedges, Journalist Chris Hedges is an American journalist, author, and war correspondent, specializing in American and Middle Eastern politics and societies. He will speak to the perspectives behind his controversial article “The Cancer in Occupy” regarding black bloc tactics and anarchist participation in the Occupy movement. B. Traven, CrimethInc. Ex-Workers Collective B. Traven will support the case for a diversity of tactics in the Occupy movement and in broader anti-capitalist struggles worldwide, illustrating an anarchist critique of the status quo and a vision of social transformation. CrimethInc. has produced many books and articles, including “The Illegitimacy of Violence, the Violence of Legitimacy,” composed in part as a response to Hedges’ “The Cancer in Occupy.” Moderated by Sujatha Fernandes, CUNY Graduate Center Sujatha Fernandes is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Queens College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York. She is the author of several books on urban politics and culture; the latest is “Close to the Edge: In Search of the Global Hip Hop Generation” (Verso). She has written about the Occupy movement and recent global uprisings for The New York Times and The Huffington Post. Opening remarks by Sarah Leonard, Dissent Magazine Sarah Leonard is Associate Editor at Dissent magazine, a quarterly of the Left covering culture and politics. She is also an editor at The New Inquiry, and a contributing editor to Jacobin. She co-edited the Occupy! Gazette with n+1 as well as Occupied!: Scenes from Occupied America. She covered Occupy as a writer and journalist. She is currently editing a special issue on radical feminism for Dissent.

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        • Want To Change The World? Maybe You are Infected With The Good Virus.

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          Do you regularly perform random acts of kindness? Are you a Pay It Forward junkie? Have you helped a friend with rent? Bought lunch for a homeless person? Helped a sibling with their schoolwork? Given someone a lift? Stopped for a distressed motorist? Picked up a lost dog? If so, you may be infected with a good virus. Visit http://www.goodvirus.org to find out about the ultimate feel good movie!

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          • The Inhuman Microphone

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            This musichackday hack was inspired by Occupy Wallstreet's Human Microphone. Because megaphones are banned at the protests, one person shouts a message, then everyone else repeats it. What Happens Our hack circumvents the “no megaphones” rule. The protester shouts a message into their phone. It gets uploaded to a server. Then it gets sent to the other phones nearby. The phones are synchronised, and then they are all triggered to play the message back at the same time. How it works We created an iPhone app using Phonegap to record and upload the audio (the “protester” in the scenario above). The playback of the audio happens in a simple web-page. You can use a Google Chrome on a laptop, or an iOS device (we didn’t have an Android device for testing). One issue was trying to get the audio in sync; network latencies meant that we couldn’t just fire the audio off as soon as the client received it - we have to “synchronise watches” as it were, so that they all trigger off at a given moment. This was achieved using Node, Socket.io, and some hack day time-sync-javascript-magic. Can I try it? Yes, as soon as we get it online again! bit.ly/inhumanmic Who we are @inhumanmic on twitter Built by @indeox @hpettersson @shoez @tomhannen

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            • Occupy: The Movie - Trailer VOD

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              The people never lost the power, they forgot they had it. Directed by Corey Ogilvie Produced by Andrew Halliwell Co-producer Liam Leahy, Associate producer Jeff van Rens Original soundtrack by Theves Animation by Simon Streatfield, Infographics by Bran Dougherty-Johnson www.occupythemovie.com

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              • Grace Lee Boggs' Message to Occupy Wall Street Part 2

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                The conversation continues with Detroit philosopher and activist Grace Lee Boggs. Grace has more than 70 years experience as a movement activist and offers this message to the 99%. We are making a film about Grace, her life, work and evolving ideas about revolution. Find out more about the film and help us finish it at: www.indiegogo.com/​American-Revolutionary Please share on facebook, twitter, tumblr and anywhere you can! Keep the conversation going!

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                • Anatomy of an Arrest

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                  11/17/11 - New York City

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                  • MOBILE DESIGN LAB AT OWS

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                    Occupy Wall Street: The humble hash tag that could. This social and cultural EVOLUTION is taking root in hundreds of cities across the planet and showing little sign of losing momentum. In Zucotti Park (NYC), site of the first OCCUPATION, there are inspiring stories emerging. At every corner of the park is the exchange and the fomentation of ideas. Over the coming months, One Pack Productions and Seismologik Media will showcase some of the amazing people who are creating actions which can inspire people to practice being the change they wish to see in the world. www.mobiledesignlab.org

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                    • Occupy Wall Street...listening

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                      OccupyWallStreet.org The day the unions came to visit... a Wall Street Tycoon calls the protestors anarchists, and calls me a monkey. Mike Myers chimes in. Plus a discussion on the evolution of the message. a mark ledzian film

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