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#OccupyWallStreet Documentaries (1): Occupy The Movie (the movement two years on)

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Michel Bauwens
10th September 2013


Kelly McCartney writes:

“In Occupy: The Movie, Corey Ogilvie chose to narrow his focus to ground zero for the Occupy movement — New York City. Industry accountability, systemic corruption, government oversight, and consolidated media all are glimpsed through the lens of activists, journalists, and scholars, including iconic progressive thinkers Noam Chomsky and Cornel West. And Ogilvie doesn’t shy away from the fault lines and weaknesses within the movement itself.”

Watch the trailer here:

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