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    Occupy Wall Street movement: a survey of video footage from the front lines

    For just a moment, try to set aside your preconceptions. Try to set aside your ideological leanings, your ideas about power, money, and political speech. Even try to reach past your automatic emotional responses and most visceral feelings. And for a moment, just watch the video below this graf. It w...

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    Michael Moore Proposes "Occupy Winter"

    Last night, Michael Moore posted a proposal to the General Assembly of Occupy Wall Street to keep the movement alive during the cold months of winter. Many in the media had long questioned whether the 99% agenda would be able to endure the cold, but now that most of the encampments in public spac...

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    Occupy Cinema Occupies Wall Street "Charging Bull"

    Long considered off-limits for Occupy Wall Street, the famous charging bull statue in Wall Street has become a symbol of the brutal ways of American Capitalism, and as reconfigured in Adbuster's imagery, a symbol worth reclaiming and co-opting for the OWS movement. Tonight, starting at 6pm,...

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    Rooftops Films Brings "Films for the Occupation" to NYC

    Rooftop Films will present "Films for the Occupation," a series of four film programs set to run December 13-16 in New York.

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    Michael Moore Gives 10 Goals for Occupy Movement

    Michael Moore offers this platform for the Occupy Wall Street movement:

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    Occupy Cinema to Screen "Punishment Park" in Zuccotti Park Tonight

    Despite today's ouster of Occupy Wall Street from Zuccotti Park, Occupy Cinema will screen Peter Watkins' "Punishment Park" inside Zuccotti Park tonight. In a statement to the press, Occupy Cinema said:

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    "Punishment Park" Screens for Defiant Occupy Wall Street Protesters

    Tonight, at Zuccotti Park, a group calling itself Occupy Cinema has announced a last minute screening of Peter Watkins's incendiary 1971 classic "Punishment Park." The event will follow the 7PM Occupy Cinema working group meeting, which will take place at 60 Wall Street.

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    Matthew Modine Talks Short Filmmaking and Why "The Dark Knight" Didn't Shoot at Occupy Wall Street

    The recent police raid of Zuccotti Park in Lower Manhattan brought a definitive end to rumors that "The Dark Knight Rises," Christopher Nolan's highly anticipated third Batman movie, would somehow incorporate the Occupy Wall Street protests into the production. But it nearly happened, ...

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    Morning Pour: "Marcel the Shell" Sequel, "Space Jam" Lives On, "J. Edgar" Ingredients

    Morning Pour is your daily stop for quick links, news commentary and trend-spotting. Here are your seven topics for Tuesday, November 15, 2011: 1. "Marcel the Shell" Part 2

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    Occupy Wall Street: The Movie; Will There Be a Definitive Film of the Movement?

    So far, Occupy Wall Street has inspired a dozen prominent filmmakers, from Haskell Wexler to Jonathan Demme to Jem Cohen, to document the rising protest movement. And a handful of Hollywood and indie films, produced after the rebellion's rise, from "Margin Call" to "Tower Heist...

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