Friday, November 27, 2009

The Right to the City (28 min)

We are thrilled to present to you a 3-part DVD on the Right to the City (RTTC) alliance in New York City, which is fighting for a just, healthy, affordable and equitable city. In a city run by moneyed interests, a united front is needed to win real and lasting change for the majority of New Yorkers.

About this documentary:

Connecting yesterdays suburban sprawl to todays condo gluts and Robert Moses style development with the growing movement taking back the city, this irreverent film brings it all together with the analysis of scholar David Harvey.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

#294: Showdown in Seattle

To mark the 10 year anniversary of the Seattle WTO protests we wanted to dust off the fantastic "Showdown in Seattle" show that we made way back in 1999.

This show is a one hour version of the five-part "Showdown in Seattle" series produced by Paper Tiger TV, in coalition with Changing America, Whispered Media, Big Noise, VideoActive, and the Independent Media Center. This unprecedented media collaboration makes public the voices and concerns of tens of thousands from all over the world who gathered in Seattle, Washington to protests the World Trade Organization's Millennium meeting, December 1999. This tape contains edited versions of all 5 shows that were satellite cast during the WTO's ministerial.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Peace Pentagon Parade

Residents and friends of the legendary "Peace Pentagon" rally to save the building. Located at 339 Lafayette Street in downtown Manhattan, the building has had a major role in New York's social justice movement since the late sixties. To learn more about what's going on with 339 Lafayette, check out:

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Retreat 2009

We had a great weekend out in the Catskills and made this horror-fun movie:

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Surveilling Surveillance: The Spy Store

Part of a longer production that explores modern surveillance technologies and how they affect us, this segment exposes civilian spy techniques at their weirdest and finest.

Shot at Spy Store NYC in the West Village.