Please support our latest project: Occupy the Film Festival!
In celebration of the first anniversary of the movement that ignited the public imagination around the world, Occupy the Film Festival will be held at the premier independent cinema in downtown New York City, Anthology Film Archives, 32 Second Avenue at 2nd Street in New York City, this Saturday September 15 at 6 pm and 8:30 pm and Sunday September 16 at 7:30 pm. The festival will feature a curated collection of outstanding films about the movement, including U.S. and New York City feature premieres, exclusive filmmaker Q+A sessions, outdoor guerrilla projections by the Illuminator van, an Occupy photography show by award-winning photographers, Occuprint collective poster display, Occupied newspaper exhibit from around the country and informational tabling. See films from Canada, Greece, Spain and Hawaii! Hear from the home foreclosure defense and student debt movements! Organized by a collective of independent filmmakers, artists, journalists, activists and academics, in partnership with Haymarket Books, Deep Dish TV, Cinema Libre Studio, Paper Tiger TV, People’s Production House, Global Action Project, Media Action Grassroots Network, and Queers for Economic Justice, Occupy the Film Festival tells the story of the first inspiring year of the movement through art with depth, compassion and humor. Please buy tickets today and support this all-volunteer effort to bring art by, for and to the 99%. Tickets are on sale now at occupythefilmfestival.com.