The CounterCulture Speaker Series Presents:
'Documenting Occupy' - Screening, Panel and Q&A
(1) Screening: 'The Evolution is Love'
...a collection of short films made during the production of Fierce Love Films' upcoming documentary Occupy Love featuring a presentation by filmmakers Nova Ami, Ian MacKenzie & Velcrow Ripper (www.occupylove.com).
(2) Panel & Q/A: ‘Documenting Occupy’ with:
-David P. Ball (award-winning journalist, The Tyee, Vancouver Observer)
-Dr. Kathleen Cross (SFU)
-Derrick O’Keefe (rabble.ca)
(3) Introduction by: Judy Rebick (author of Occupy This!)
Register to attend at: http://documentingoccupy.eventbrite.com/
[A series produced by the Media Democracy Project, and sponsored by SFU’s Institute for the Humanities]
'The Evolution is Love' Brief Overview:
'The Evolution is Love' is a collection of short films from Fierce Love Films woven together to explore the revolution of compassion in action that is taking place around the world, during the shooting of the feature documentary Occupy Love (directed by Velcrow Ripper).
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