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Dublin C21: Riot No.1

category dublin | arts and media | opinion/analysis author Tuesday July 11, 2006 22:00author by aaronrip / chekov / kev Report this post to the editors

(an indymedia ireland mob film)

This 25 minute long film was produced very quickly in the immediate aftermath of the riots in Dublin in Febuary 2006 and was only ever to date screened at the anarchist bookfair which took place within a short time of the events depicted.

It was basically made by combining a text opinion piece/story about the events with footage uploaded to indymedia ireland in the very immediate aftermath of the riot. I (aaronrip) took the two, voiced one (chekov's text) and cut up the other (kev footage) and within a day or so had an acceptable film.

Hope others will try this method of instant filmaking about events in the near future. The generally copyleft nature of material uploaded to Indymedia makes this possible and easy. If you can't/don't want to write 'voiceovers' then steal/channel them.

Dedicated to the charming and busy Revolt Video heads ;-)

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The film is here as a Div-X at high (screenable) quality: https://video.indymedia.org/en/2006/07/421.shtml

Related Link: http://mobfilms.allotherplaces.org

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author by xpublication date Wed Jul 12, 2006 03:53Report this post to the editors

Video footage good, commentary good, backing music FUCKING AWFUL. Looped guitar tune with Madonna's "Ray Of Light" vocal over it for the entire film - sort it out Eamonn! Raid the Dead Elvis back catalogue for ANYTHING infinitely more suitable or pleasurable. Otherwise top marks (as usual)

author by xpublication date Wed Jul 12, 2006 12:05Report this post to the editors

I think the phrase "very poorest and most marginalised" was on a loop too !!

author by ecpublication date Wed Jul 12, 2006 15:03Report this post to the editors

wot u don't like the sex pistols? pretty vacant?
well i do like to please meself ;-)

author by .publication date Wed Jul 12, 2006 15:14Report this post to the editors

Cool. Well done on making that available. What about the St Patricks cathedral film, recording the Afghan protest, is that going to be made available to download?

author by barrapublication date Wed Jul 12, 2006 18:24author email aranu21 at hotmail dot comReport this post to the editors

The afgan film will be available in about two weeks to download, I have just started work on a new version.

Sorry about the very long delay

If anybody has any footage, photos of or ideas they would like to contribute please get in contact by e-mail.

 
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