by Alece Oxendine
September 9th, 2013

Last week we showed the definitive documentary on the Occupy Wall Street movement 99%: The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film and if you missed that screening, do not fret-there are other ways to see it.

99% – The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film is out in theaters now by Participant Media in New York and LA. In New York, see it at Village East Cinema through Thursday. In LA, see it at ArcLight-Hollywood.

On September 17 at 9pm EST, the 2 year anniversary of the movement, the film will air on Pivot, Participant Media’s new TV network. If you do not have Pivot, call your local cable provider and ask for this channel.

Please spread the word and find out how you can still take part in the movement!


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