FILM: (Documentary) Everyday Rebellion – Cinema / DVD – Book Nowby Asha
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A Film That Is So Important, We Want Everyone To See It!
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Across the world, power has fallen into the hands of those who wish to manipulate and control.
Corporations pursue economic gains at the detrimental expense of social, environmental and ethical concerns. Governments treat their own people as merely a statistic, and human rights are sold for a price that cushions the back pockets of the 1% untouchables. How do we claim our freedom back?
Future Artists excitedly present to you Everyday Rebellion, a motion picture that celebrates non-violent resistance against the violent systems of our world. This award-winning film promotes these ideas and established methods of peaceful protest by following a variety of protagonists on their individual missions of liberation. The subject ignites an important conversation that we at Future Artists are keen to engage in – Will you join us?
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Everyday Rebellion is a striking documentary that gracefully portrays the power and the strength of the people on the street when resistance is not a frenzied attack, but an organised creative force. Put together by two brothers Arash and Arman T. Riahi, the whole project celebrates the power and richness of innovative nonviolent protests occurring across the entire globe, whether it be mass group movements, or defiant individuals.
The reasons behind the various uprisings around the world may be diverse, but the intentions behind their actions are strongly connected in the desire for a fairer, happier world. Political injustice affects everyone: it is on our TV screens and in our newspaper headlines, it’s on our supermarket shelves and it’s in our bank accounts. Let’s take it out of our cinemas. Future Artists invite you to give a voice to all those who decide not to use violence to try to change a violent system. Stand up for the movement that stands for something better; for a world that doesn’t put a price on human rights. As Mahatma Ghandi once said, “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”
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