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B Media community film screening with Jesse Freeston (and friends)

B Media community film screening with Jesse Freeston (and friends)

On July 31st B Media teamed up with Canadian video journalist Jesse Freeston and the Portland Central America Solidarity Committee to present an evening of Latin American related short films.  The event took place  at the Community Supported Everything Guildhall on 16th and Alberta and brought out 30-40 social justice film fans for a night of cinematic enlightenment. The screening acted as the premiere of B Media’s latest short film, Aqui Estamos y No Nos Vamos, a film produced in […]

New Video: Stop King Coal In Its Tracks  

New Video: Stop King Coal In Its Tracks

People from across the country are converging in Helena, the capital of Montana, for a week of activity aimed at stopping the “best last place” from becoming the new “coal ground zero.” Coal industry giants are pushing members of the Montana State Land Board to let them build the Otter Creek mine, the “anchor project” in a larger industry scheme to transform southeast Montana and northeast Wyoming into a coal mining industrial zone. King Coal has used money to influence […]

Variety V: Occupation Nation

Variety V: Occupation Nation

As zombies threaten to consume all that’s left of our spectacular society, B Media’s “Occupation Nation” slams the new era of global uprising into an hour-long episode of remixed shorts that explore the philosophical roots of the recent movement of 99%. The mycelia network that has spread across the world is deeply rooted in historical precedents that have the potential to turn toxic assets and discarded derivatives into new communities where shared vision and collective decision making empowers us all. […]

Smart ALEC: Portland F29 Day of Action

Smart ALEC: Portland F29 Day of Action

People in over 80 cities across the US participated in creative and direct actions against corporations that benefit from their relation to the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a shadowy “non-profit” that buddies up state legislators with the biggest business interests in the world. In Portland over a thousand people braved the freezing sideways rain to participate in a well organized (and unpermitted) march with affinity groups staging multiple actions along the route.

Blood on the Tracks at Democracy Now!

Blood on the Tracks at Democracy Now!

You’ve probably seen our short piece we did for Brian Willson’s book tour: But here is an hour long interview with him on Democracy Now! that is both harrowing and inspiring (we helped send the B-roll footage to the DN! producers):

Occupy Portland – Sweeping the Streets (Day 8)

Occupy Portland – Sweeping the Streets (Day 8)

Day 8- First shots of the day talking with an occupier sweeping the streets about why they’re here and what they think we can accomplish. Scenes of the street, the process, and the first arrests that took place this morning of those who maintained our right to occupy Main Street with their bodies. Filmed and edited by our freelance correspondent Johnnie-O.

Occupy Portland: October 6th March of 10,000

Occupy Portland: October 6th March of 10,000

Hard to believe it’s only been a week since Occupy Portland started. Since then the Occupy movement has exploded on to the scene all across the country and around the world, giving renewed hope to millions of people for economic justice and direct control over their destinies. Here’s a montage of the march that kicked it off here in Portland. On October 6th, 10,000 people marched in one of the most historic marches the city has seen. Musical accompaniment by […]