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Occupy: The Movie - Short Film Series Compilation

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Can the 99% prevail?

Occupy The Movie will interweave viral vignettes - documenting each event that shapes the movement - with candid interviews of leading figures around the movement - academics, politicians, philosophers, economists - to answer this historical question.

Like the Occupy Wall Street movement, Occupy The Movie is dynamic, diverse, and still growing. Follow us on Twitter for updates on new vignettes and interviews as they come in.

Directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker Corey Ogilvie (Nash: the Documentary, Streets of Plenty, Think Peace).

Completion date to be announced, we are just getting started. Thank you for your support.

Part 1: Dear Taxpayer 
Part 2: I Am Not Moving 
Part 3: We are all Scott Olsen 
Part 4: Bloomberg Forever 
Part 5: Occupy Blitzkrieg - Instructional Video
Part 6: Bad for America
Part 7: How to film a revolution 

www.occupythemovie.net
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Our mission is to provide citizens with the knowledge and perspectives essential to creating a more beautiful, just, sustainable, and democratic society.

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