Occupy: The Movie

The Occupy movement took America by storm in the fall of 2011, and has since faced police violence, eviction, and failure. What began as a few dozen New York activists quickly grew into a worldwide social movement. Now without a park to occupy and the banks still causing damage, it is gut check time for the most daring American social movement since the Civil Rights movement. Featuring the stories of key Occupy organizers; academics, intellectuals, the film asks why they protest and what poses the greatest threat to Occupy.

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Director, DOP & Editor

Corey Ogilvie

Produced in partnership with Ogilvie Film

Distributed by Mercury Media

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