1. @ Occupy Los Angeles (Raid 11/30/11)


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    took some video. not much but i thought i'd share

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    • Occupy Wall Street (Gone Wild) - Volume 1


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      Enjoy this collection of video clips from various Occupy Protests. These are just a few of the more entertaining characters that surfaced in the movement. All credit goes to the individual contributers on youtube.

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      • Occupy Thanksgiving


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        The Occupy Wall Street protesters have been gathering all over the country since September. The eviction of Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan last week was a minor setback for the movement but still, they haven’t taken a day off— even on Thanksgiving. Leisha Majtan reports.

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        • ELAPSED


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          Director: Christian Truong Co-Director: Patricia Abi-Rached Producer: Sean Mirza Key Grip & Lighting: Trent Tarasenko Shot by: Guillermo Luna & Patricia Abi-Rached Editor & Colorist: Christian Truong Assistant Colorist: Patricia Abi-Rached Visual Effects: Michael Huynh Cast: DJ: Lawrence Nicols Gangster #1: Lorin Ly Gangster #2: Durant Fowler Girlfriend: Kat Gardiner Girl smoking a cigarette: Kaley Thompson Homeless man: Sean Mirza

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          • Occupy UCLA - Interview with Joseph Silva


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            • FLASHtv Episode 24


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              Full Life proudly presents FLASHtv, a monthly television series produced by the Full Life All Stars of Portland, Oregon. Full Life is a day program for adults with developmental disabilities. FLASHtv is directed and edited by Rob Gray. For more info about Full Life, visit fulllife.com This is the twenty-fourth episode of FLASHtv and features some interviews about MUSIC and a spotlight on the Full Life All Stars perspective/experience with the Occupy Movement and Occupy Portland.

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              • Promo "AWAKE #Global Revolution" (Noam Chomsky)


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                AYÚDANOS ENTRA EN----> HELP US, VISIT----------->verkami.com/projets/662 ESP Momentos previos a la entrevista que tuvimos el placer de hacer a Noam Chomsky (lingüista, filósofo y activista) en su despacho del MIT para le documental que estamos realizando Awake #Global Revolution narra lo que concebimos como un despertar mundial ante una crisis global de valores, sistemas financieros y falta de representatividad política. Awake, al mismo tiempo, hace un análisis social, político y económico a través de opiniones de diversos entrevistados ENG Moments before the interview we had with Noam Chomsky (linguist, philosopher and activist) in his office at MIT for the documentary we're doing. Awake #Global Revolution tells what we conceive as a global awakening to a global crisis of values​​, financial systems and lack of political representation. At the same time Awake#GR makes a social, political and economic analysis through the opinions of interviewees.

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                • Occupy Wall Street - I'm so angry I made a SIGN


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                  Eine College Animation aus dem späten 2011, diesmal ein Informationsfilm zum Thema Occupy Wall Street, was ungefähr zu der Zeit ein großes Ding war. Da ich erkältet war musste ein Kumpel, der mir freundlicherweise seine Stimme lieh alles aufnehmen! Scheinbar stockt das Bild regelmäßig, dies tritt merkwürdigerweise nicht in allen Video Playern auf. Wahrscheinlich hat es etwas mit den FPS zu tun. Genutzte Programme: Adobe Flash CS5, After Effects ----- Another college animation from late 2011, this time an informative movie about the Occupy Wall Street movement that happened roughly during the time this was made. Since I had a bad cold I couldn't voice the narration myself, so I had to translate everything for a friend who has been kind enough to lend me his voice! (Hence it's german) There are some regularly occuring hangups in the footage, some video players seem to have issues with it's FPS. Programs used: Flash CS5, After Effects

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                  • Religious Leader: Rabbi Peter Rubinstein


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                    At Occupy Wall Street, Central Synagogue Senior Rabbi Peter Rubinstein played a critical but under-the-radar role in preventing violent confrontations between protestors and the city. Stated Rabbi Rubinstein to The Jewish Week, “My single motivating concern was really the well-being of the city and the protesters. It would be to nobody’s benefit, not the city’s or theirs, to have a face-off. My goal was to prevent any potential clashes that didn’t need to happen.”

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                    • Los Angeles City Hall, South East Corner, 2:00AM, 11.30.2011


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                      Just in case you felt like raising your fist in the air old school. I shot this at about 2AM on Wednesday, Nov 30 2011, while the cops were arresting the last of the holdouts in front of city hall. The footage was shot on a Canon 7D with an 11mm Lens. Shortly after this the cops rushed us back, though we had been informed that they were flanking us to box us in the block (which would have been easy), fortunately it seemed that everyone (or at least most people) got away safe. We were on the side of the protest where they really didn't want us: on the route they were taking the busses full of protestors to jail. They were careful to take the busses out 1 or two at a time, so I couldn't get any iconic footage of lines and lines of bussed like boxcars taking people to jail for having the temerity to take the Bill of Rights seriously. Getting this close to City Hall required walking around the permitter for at least a mile and then along with a crowd of about 100 slipping bast a police blockade and marching/running down to the main crowd left on the South East corner of City Hall, next to the media trucks. Compared to other evictions I will credit the police and their leadership for showing restraint. We were not tear-gassed, I saw no one get beat up. I cannot speak for what happened inside the park but in relation to what friends of mine experienced in Oakland recently I feel that we were fortunate that neither side allowed the situation to erupt into violence. Still, it doesn't matter so much how exactly "how" they use force. The real problem is that they use it at all. The real problem is that they can. The real problem is that if they can push us around on public land and label by fiat our protest as an "illegal gathering" and simply walk over our right to free assembly - even if they do it gently - then we are not free. Until the powers that control this little fantasy we call a society fear and respect us as much as they do themselves and do not feel at liberty to simply take away what we were told so many times were unalienable rights or stack the odds lethally against us, then we are not free. I don't know if it ever was, and if it was I don't know exactly when it stopped, but this isn't America anymore. Can you live with that?

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