Interspersed with intimate footage of the protest camp, the film follows the occupiers’ emotionally challenging and often overwhelming journey, as they come face to face with the fault-lines in their social justice driven ideology.
How to deal with the ever growing number of street dwellers? Should mainstream media attention be prioritised? What influence does the money manic City of London have over the Church? How can we avoid working with the police and remain put? Is it possible to strategize social media messages in a decentralized horizontal movement?
Founder of Polly Tikkle Productions
This is an independent film, as yet still unaffiliated with a production company or distributor. If you are interested please do not hesitate to get in touch.
On May 25th 2016 I discovered that another film is being made about the time at the camp. This came as quite a surprise. So this is no longer “the” Occupy London Film , it has become ‘an’ Occupy London Film. The devil is in the detail 🙂 I wish Chloe the best of luck with her film. .. Inka Stafrace
PAUL RIDGE FROM
BINDMANS LLP IS INTERVIEWED FOR TENSE AT ST.PAULS