Documentary made by me : )
“Leading members of the World Public Forum network community from different fields of expertise met at the ancient Greek Island with colorful southern landscapes on the background, accompanied by harmonious chants and music. This relaxing atmosphere contrasts with the content of the Forum’s intense proceedings. The speakers presented their vision of the existing challenges of globalization including the growing risks of wars, economic crises, climate changes, poverty and many others.
Global changes we are encountering today represent the objective processes that however may result differently. The task of all responsible members of the global society as seen by WPF community is therefore to make the outcome successful and the world at least a little more harmonious for everyone.
What unites all the voices is dialogical approach to human life implying openness, mutual trust and respect and striving for eliminating many injustices of the existing reality.”
A 30 minute Youtube-documentary I made on the 15th of October Occupy/Real Democracy/r-love-ution demonstration in Vienna. Interviews in English, subtitles in English for demonstration signs + shots from the “talking stick” circle, which started the day.
Next global R-Love-ution: 11.11.11
Occupy Vienna directly occupied a big, empty house in central Vienna – Lindengasse 60 – the “Epizentrum”:
http://epizentrum.noblogs.org/post/2011/10/18/epicenter-of-a-coming-movement/ (in English)
Occupy Austria on Facebook – link collection:
Film made by Susan Florries:
Filmed on the 15th of October in Vienna by:
Volkmar Geiblinger – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XuKF_GENUw
tyc_o – http://twitter.com/#!/tyc_o // http://www.youtube.com/user/tychoAt
Lisa – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLKkh-ycwTE
livingfx – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D10BI6mzLjw
Interviews by Trilight Entertainment
S. Florries and Volkmar Geiblinger:
http://www.youtube.com/user/TrilightShowroom / http://trilight.eu
Distributed by Trilight Entertainment. Feel free to post this on blogs and web-pages etc which are supportive of and/or share fair information about the 99% / Occupy / Real Democracy Now / r-love-ution movements.
An interesting part of the sub culture for change is Anonymous and other net hacking activity, which have done much more good than mass media wants to admit… But I always react quite strongly on the slogan of Anonymous – “We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.”
How about: “We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forget. We might forgive, but first much has to change. Expect us.” – or smth along those lines.
Just a suggestion… 😉