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Tag Archives: film
from Philly Antifa Call for Submissions: No Fascist USA No Fascist USA is an upcoming no-budget documentary about the Antifascist movement in The United States, made by a longtime militant Antifa with the assistance of members (current and former) of … Continue reading
THE PATRIOT GAME Dir: Arthur MacCaig, 1979. 99 min. Ireland/France. MONDAY, JUNE 17TH – 8PM ONE NIGHT ONLY! spectacletheater.com/the-patriot-game 124 S. 3rd Street, Brooklyn, New York 11211
Wednesday, August 8, 2012 – 7:30pm St. Francis College – Founders Hall Theater 180 Remsen St New York, NY 11201 RSVP: facebook.com/events/242738609180242 Roadmap to Apartheid is coming to Brooklyn, at a festival to celebrate all things made by or about Brooklynites. … Continue reading
Detail of “Speakers’ corners” Date: Mar. 30, 2012 Hours: 6-8pm Cost: FREE Venue: Eyebeam – 540 West 21st Street, New York, NY 10011 Eyebeam Fellow Taeyoon Choi in conjunction with Death to Capitalism Cinema, The Public School New York, and Strike Everywhere … Continue reading
Originally posted on the ice age:
BEN MOREA in person! DEATH TO CAPITALISM CINEMA BEN MOREA IN PERSON Discussing two legendary films dealing with Up Against the Wall Motherfuckers MONDAY, MARCH 26TH – 8PM Ben Morea, legendary anarchist bandit/badass,…
At the Anthology Film Archives 32 2nd Ave New York, NY 10003 (212) 505-5181 Although an entity called ‘anarchist cinema’ is almost impossible to define, anarchists with an interest in film have long been preoccupied with two interrelated strands: historical films … Continue reading