1. The Recess Ends Documentary pt. 2/2

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    • A Fobia da Relatividade (the phobia of relativity)

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      Music by Emphapsyzer - more at: https://soundcloud.com/nero1983 Initially posted for a micro-film competition about volunteer work here: videos.sapo.pt/SymRriaImDRElapGNRgQ Reflexão pessoal sobre a condição humana num mundo de informação omnipresente e imediata. Como a nossa percepção da realidade se altera completamente quando saimos da nossa zona de conforto e nos aventuramos na vida diária de outras culturas com vista à criação duma consciência global que escolha dar em vez de receber. Because Time is not Money! Time is LOVE! Lets unite and finally grow above our cultural differences truly act as a globalized world for a greater good by joining forces against poverty, corruption and war, so that every human being can have access to education, health and justice. Art is but a tool to call for general global awareness! All means are available nowadays for us all to share a fair, free and clean world: economic sustainability, ecological mentality and resource based lifestyle. One Love, One World, We are One ""when injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty"" Thomas JEFFERSON Screenings: - Zootrópio Festival (Oporto, Portugal) - Videoattivi Festival (Roveretto, Italy) - Avanca Festival (near Oporto) - Zeitgeist Media Festival (Los Angeles, USA) 2nd Prize Winner for the Coop'Art - ICA 2012 the United Nations Year of Co-Operatives competition: http://2012.coop/en/get-involved/coopart/coopart-winners - Travel High School Project (Moscow, Russia) - Spazio creativo & territorio da salvaguardare (Catania, Itália) - Presented at the new report on The Right to Freedom of Artistic Expression and Creation at the European Parliament in Brussels on 2nd of October

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      • The Squirrel | Occupy Wall Street

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        The Squirrel | Occupy Wall Street (german: vimeo.com/36131175) World economic crisis, Euro on the rocks and imminent insolvency of whole states. Occupy Wall Street is fighting back against the corrosive power of major banks and multinational corporations over the democratic process, and the role of Wall Street in creating an economic collapse that has caused the greatest recession in generations. The movement is inspired by popular uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia, and aims to fight back against the richest 1% of people that are writing the rules of an unfair global economy that is foreclosing on our future. | OccupyWallSt.org The production includes three videos with their own aspect about the topic. They were produced during the MultiMediaMaster course of the university of applied sciences in Salzburg. The first being online now - more to come soon. --- STORY | Philipp Benedikt & Veronika Wieser OFF-TEXT | Lukas Kindermann & Kathrin Seebrunner STORYBOARD | Philipp Benedikt & Veronika Wieser CASTING | Jan Leitenbauer DIRECTOR | Veronika Wieser DOP | Philipp Benedikt PA | Jan Leitenbauer CAMERA | Lukas Kindermann, Kathrin Seebrunner & Philipp Benedikt AUDIO | Sebastian Helfer & Felix Sturmberger CUTTING | Kathrin Seebrunnger & Veronika Wieser COMPOSITING | Philipp Benedikt CC | Philipp Benedikt, Lukas Kindermann & Kathrin Seebrunner ACTORS | Julia Boden, Hadrian Hammer & Wolfgang Schütz GRIP | Stefan Friessner, Lukas Griesser, Hadrian Hammer VOICE | Peter Arp TRANSLATION | Eva Gaigg & Eugene Quinn SUPPORT | Till Fuhrmeister & Stefan Karle CAMERA | Arri Alexa / 5D Mark II LENS | Arri Ultra Prime 24mm & 50mm / Canon 17-40mm L 4.0 & 50mm 1.4 EQUIPMENT | Glidecam & Jib A MultiMediaArt at the UNIVESITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES SALZBURG production.

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        • Hipster Cop

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          http://sparrowmedia.net There is no question that the relationship law enforcement bodies have developed with activist communities is a pervasive and chilling one. US history has shown time and time again that those who have chosen to speak truth to power often are faced with ridicule, coercion, intimidation, and out-right violence. The Occupy Wall Street movement is only different when you consider the speed in which it has materialized. The rapid growth of the OWS movement has not given some agencies time to adapt and therefore some of the investigative witch hunts associated with the anti-war, animal rights and environmental movements may not rear their ugly heads in this chapter but what we are seeing play out in the streets speaks to a new level of desperation. Grotesque abuse at the hands of rank-and-file NYPD beat cops is causing many to question whether a multi-million dollar support package J.P. Morgan gave to the NYPD means the protests are getting "special" treatment. Private interests have not only given money to law enforcement, they have also shared intelligence that would have required warrants to obtain, warrants the NYPD and FBI could not get because the movement was not guilty of criminal activity. Gawker has reported that the FBI has been spoon-fed information by Thomas Ryan, a conservative computer expert who supposedly hacked activist forums, sifted through private emails, and issued reports back to both Wall Street firms and the FBI. Ryan also brags to have "infiltrated the movement in hopes to discredit it." Similarly, there has been a half dozen or more reports of ground-level infiltration of the group by plain-clothes officers (some more noticeable then others) which is to be expected with any event of this size, but one of these plain clothes offices has become a pseudo-celebrity as of late. Detective Rick Lee, Community Relations Detective for Manhattan's 1st Precinct (or "Hipster Cop" as the world has come to know him) is now a larger then life character because of his unconventional dress and cocky attitude. While organizing at Liberty Plaza members of the Sparrow Media team were asked by a news agency if we had additional information about Lee, so we compiled some footage and info. In the big picture of the struggle against corporate greed Lee is nothing more then a pawn, but it is important to note law enforcements attempt to coerce and destabilize our movements. Even though it is hysterical to read comedian Jamie Killstein come to his defense saying "Guys! Stop making fun of #hipstercop! He's trying to find himself." or to read the myriad tumblr references to his style, it is important to remember Hipster Cop is part of the process of intimidation, ridicule, an violence being levied against us. Please practice good security culture and keep in mind that as things continue to ramp up nation-wide so will the response from law enforcement. Try to also not let your security protocols cripple your groups with paranoia, instead simply practice good security and fairness with the people around you. Lastly remember if they are not paying attention, then you are doing something wrong. Right now you guys are winning, keep it up!

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          • United in Anger Trailer

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            Trailer for our upcoming feature-length documentary.

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            • Occupy Oakland Tuesday October 25

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              from Raleigh Latham Added 64.6K 55 6

              A Recap of yesterdays events for the Occupy Oakland movement. At 4:30 AM, the police moved in to destroy the camp. At 4:30 PM, people organized for a march in support of Occupy Oakland At 5:30 PM people hit the streets, non violent protesters were met with tear gas and rubber bullets near the police station At 6:30 PM everyone gathered at Frank Ogawa Plaza for a show of Solidarity. at 8:30 PM, everyone marched back to Frank Ogawa Plaza at 9:00 PM, police opened fire with rubber bullets and tear gas. People Stayed out ALL night, Occupy Oakland.

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              • Heartbeat Of The People

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                www.magnussonvisuals.com ''Occupy Wall Street is a people-powered movement that began on September 17, 2011 in Liberty Square in Manhattan’s Financial District, and has spread to over 100 cities in the United States and actions in over 1,500 cities globally.'' This is a mini-doc that I put together when I was visiting New York, I'm glad to have experienced something like this, I've never seen something quite like it. Canon 7D @ 24/50fps Canon 35mm f/1.4 l Canon 24-105 f/4 l

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                • Interview with Pepper Sprayed Protester Chelsea Elliott

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                  http://animalnewyork.com/2011/09/interview-with-pepper-sprayed-protester-chelsea-elliott/

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                  • OPD Officer Discusses Viral Copwatch Video

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                    from Justin Warren Added 24.2K 30 6

                    A Copwatch video went viral when it depicted Oakland Police Officer Fred Shavies in plain clothes with demonstrators at Occupy Oakland (bit.ly/​shavies). Shavies speaks about infiltration, the Occupy movement, activism, and his allegiance to the 99%. © 2011 Justin Warren. All rights reserved.

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                    • Roseanne Barr Speaks to Wall Street Protesters

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                      from Nathan Vickers Added 8,650 19 5

                      Roseanne Barr surprised protesters at Take Wall Street on Saturday when she showed up to speak about her campaign for president. Sorry for the focus problems early in the video.

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