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Process Driven ALLURE Brings Occupy Wall St On Demand

Process Driven ALLURE Brings Occupy Wall St On Demand

Hailed by the New York Times as “seductive” with “lovely performances and oodles of atmosphere” during its limited theatrical run, ALLURE will be available from August 25, 2015, on dozens of cable and digital platform. Based on true stories, ALLURE focuses on five women in New York, who have come from different countries. Each one

Interview: Michael Perlman (Writer/Director – ‘The 99%: Occupy Everywhere’)

‘The 99%: Occupy Everywhere‘ is an award winning film documents how private money in politics has undermined democracy and transferred income from 99% of Americans to multinational corporations and the wealthy.  Through personal stories of a diverse cross section of Americans, the film highlights how the 99% sparked Occupy Wall Street into a global movement.

THE FILM SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER announces CINEMA OF RESISTANCE, a Weeklong Survey of Politically Charged Films from Around the World

The Film Society of Lincoln Center‘s CINEMA OF RESISTANCE,  a weeklong survey of politically charged films from around the world will screen at The Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center. Jean-Luc Godard once declared it was no longer enough to make political films. “One must make films politically,” he said. The 16-film presentation includes fiction and documentary films

NewFilmmakers NY – November 28, 2012 @ Anthology Film Archives

On Wednesday, November 28th, NewFilmmakers continues its Fall Screening Series with films about social change and our Short Film Program. 6:00 PM Documentary Series – CITIZEN ZERO (2012, 18 minutes) Dir: Alexandra Stergiou About the filmmaker’s father, his politics, and the seventh-eight year long journey he has taken to become a U.S. citizen. – AMERICAN