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I AM NOT MOVING - Short Film - Occupy Wall Street


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If mirroring, please do not change video in any way for its whole duration. Please credit the original filmmaker, musicians and music labels as some people have posted it claiming they made the video, which breaches the ethics of a creative commons.
This said, please share with everyone, including your leaders. Mirroring is encouraged, but pls don't change video in any way. This video is meant to be a warning to our leaders.
Stunning music by: Hauschka, song "Stumm (Kein Wort)"
Music Label: Karaoke Kalk label based in Berlin
http://www.karaokekalk.de/

Including amazing shots from Alex Mallis

| October 13, 2011 11:45 am
When I compare the financial hopelessness and desperation exhibited by the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement to Cairo’s Democracy movement in Tahrir Square and the broader Arab spring movement, many laugh and say the two are not at all comparable. Yet the fundamental issue of systemic economic fairness coupled with an over-reaction by the police in ALL instances is highlighted in the film below. When the film’s editor superimposes US government officials demanding police and governments in other lands act to immediately create freedoms in their lands, whilst police over-step their authority in New York and other cities, it make for interesting viewing.


It also begs the question, what about OWS is so objectionable that those same laws of expression in ‘free-speech’ America cannot be expressed, especially while also demanding leaders of other nations to live up to a standard you are not yourself willing to embrace?

This brilliantly edited short film I AM NOT MOVING – Short Film – Occupy Wall Street by
Corey Ogilvie
appeared on YouTube. It is destined to become a viral, global hit.

Corey Ogilvie, director, tells us why he made the "I am not moving" film and what inspired him.
Uploaded by on Oct 13, 2011

There has been a lot of images of the Occupy Wall Street movement that have been posted all over the internet. While the demonstrations continue, one protestor has compiled several video clips and produced a short film. Corey Ogilvie, director, tells us why he made the "I am not moving" film and what inspired him.

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