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video by Alex Mallis + Grayson Earle
A series of cheerful notes from middle school quickly turn sour.
Directed by Alex Mallis
Written by Brittany, Jess, and Katie Jane
As read by Emily, Desiree, and Polly
Camera by Keith Miller
Color by Begoña Colomar
Official Selection of the 2012 Northside Film Festival
Awesome video by friends at New Left Media!
Have the Occupy Wall Street protests that sprung up across the country this fall already passed? Shot in NYC, Oakland, and Cincinnati, this short explores the state of the #OWS protests now that local governments have removed permanent encampments, and asks what the future will be for this still-young nationwide movement.
Produced and edited by Chase Whiteside (interviews), Erick Stoll (camera), and Liz Cambron.
Our videos are free to watch, but costly to produce. Every contribution helps to keep us online.
Brilliant video by the Meerkats.
The Panel for Education Policy (or PEP), enacts policy for the New York City Dept. of Education.
The PEP replaced the Board of Education when Mayor Bloomberg took control of the schools in 2002.
It is intended to be a democratic forum where people voice concerns, prior to the panel’s vote on educational policy.
Today the panel is convening to discuss new standards being implemented in schools.
200 parents, teachers staff and students are in attendance.
Video by http://www.meerkatmedia.org
Very awesome/important video about the process of consensus (at Occupy Wall Street).
Beautifully crafted by my pals at the Meerkat Media Collective (http://meerkatmedia.org/)