This feature length documentary film is spearheaded by over 50 independent filmmakers, photographers, and videographers across the country. We have come together to pledge our time, skills and gear to cover the events taking place in NYC and around the country. The end product will be a compelling, cinematic, resonant, and honest portrait of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Founded by NYC filmmakers Audrey Ewell and Aaron Aites, the project currently counts among its collaborative many award winning documentary producers, directors, musicians and editors (as well as PR people and distributors) including Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley (Battle for Brooklyn, Horns and Halos), Ava Duvernay (distributor of independent black films via AFFRM, dir/prod I Will Follow), Aaron Yanes as supervising editor (a frequent Barry Levinson editor, he’s also edited many award-winning features and documentaries, from Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner Padre Nuestro to James Toback’s Cannes prize-winning Tyson, Tyler Brodie (Another Earth, Terri), Bob Ray (Total Badass) and many more.

 


Aaron Aites and Audrey Ewell are a Brooklyn-based filmmaking team. Their last film, Until The Light Takes Us is the award-winning, internationally distributed feature documentary about the Scandinavian music and crime movement called black metal. Aaron is the singer and songwriter behind the band Iran. When Audrey’s not making films, she’s doing digital outreach for indie films, bands, and magazines with Cyborg PR.

 

 

Christopher Campbell is a film critic and blogger for Documentary Channel, indieWIRE and Movies.com, where he writes the bi-weekly documentary column Doc Talk.

 

 

 

 

Williams Cole is a founding contributing editor of the Brooklyn Rail and a documentary film producer. His producing credits include Giuliani Time (2006) and Gun Fight (HBO, 2011).

 

 


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  1. [...] to use this event to do a bit of self-promotion given Kaufman mentioned tomorrow night’s panel and presentation for “99% – The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film” at Brooklyn’s Union [...]

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  2. [...] 99% – The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film Filmmakers Audrey Ewell and Aaron Aites in attendance for discussion including a video conversation with other film collaborators. Film critic Christopher Campbell will be moderating the discussion. Williams Cole will introduce the event.This feature length documentary film is spearheaded by over 50 independent filmmakers, photographers, and videographers across the country. We have come together to pledge our time, skills and gear to cover the events taking place in NYC and around the country. The end product will be a compelling, cinematic, resonant, and honest portrait of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Founded by NYC filmmakers Audrey Ewell and Aaron Aites, the project currently counts among its collaborative many award winning documentary producers, directors, musicians and editors (as well as PR people and distributors) including Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley (Battle for Brooklyn, Horns and Halos), Ava Duvernay (distributor of independent black films via AFFRM, dir/prod I Will Follow), Aaron Yanes as supervising editor (a frequent Barry Levinson editor, he’s also edited many award-winning features and documentaries, from Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner Padre Nuestro to James Toback’s Cannes prize-winningTyson, Tyler Brodie (Another Earth, Terri), Bob Ray (Total Badass) and many more. [...]

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