Occupy London Stock Exchange (OLSX) was the London element of a global protest movement against social and economic inequality in 2011-12 that captured worldwide media attention, bringing hope for a more sustainable and just future for the masses.
Where were the 99%? is a candid critique of the Occupy London Stock Exchange protest camp via the experiences of 10 activists including the film maker's. The excitement, the hope, the responsibility, the disappointment, the anger, the unlikely friendships, the unique education, the sheer madness, the burnout, the confusion, the paranoia and the eventual eviction are illustrated in this sensitive and educational film.
Finger Pointing to the Earth started out as an investigation into the existential significance of the Israeli Palestinian conflict in the Holy Land, 2.5 years ago.
The research is currently focused on land ownership and the consequences of such a fundamental concept in our societal structures. The funding option for this work can be found here.
Hope in a Slingshot was directed, produced, shot and edited by Inka Stafrace, (founder of Polly Tikkle Productions). It was then distributed by Ronin Films who got it accepted for broadcast by the ABC TV of Australia only to have it censored 2 months before its already scheduled airing.
It can now be found in most university libraries and a few high schools in Australia. smhtv.com and agetv.com and the national archives all have it on line for viewing in full for free in Australia. For the rest of the world it can be viewed on vimeo. The DVD can be purchased from Ronin Films.