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Nov 13 2011 16:13

IWW documentary (full version): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6os8BRJxvI4

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Nov 13 2011 23:59

Raspberry Reich, Classy Gay porno by Bruce La Bruce. Comedy plot loosely based on Baader Meinhof mashed up with Wliheim Reich with lots of oral and anal.

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Nov 13 2011 23:23
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Ed, I'd guess either in windows movie maker or there must be a free app about that can do it. I'll ask on Twitter...

Don't use windows movie maker, it's crap.

If nobody on twitter recommended any program let me know and I'll do the editing and then send a link to the uploaded file so that you guys can put in your vimeo account.

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Nov 13 2011 23:36

Only recommendation was Premier, which seems like overkill...

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Nov 14 2011 00:08

Would be eternally grateful if someone were to put the subtitles on Radio Alice permanently.

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Nov 14 2011 00:18

I'll do it on tuesday and send you the file, if in the meantime you or someone else does it let me know.

jesuithitsquad wrote:
Would be eternally grateful if someone were to put the subtitles on Radio Alice permanently.

I'll try to do that too.

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Nov 14 2011 00:45
jesuithitsquad wrote:
Would be eternally grateful if someone were to put the subtitles on Radio Alice permanently.

Just download the video and subs and place them together.

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Nov 17 2011 10:31
Joseph Kay wrote:
probably worth stitching the parts back together

Link to download the torrent for your movie

Edit:
It didn't seem like peers were being able to download the file so here's the direct download divided into rars (after downloading all of them, just open the first one and extract the movie)
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=TIZKM94M
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=DRZ07UHJ
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=DFHY30UW
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=OBS5AGAS
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=BRUSL18C

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Nov 15 2011 21:56

Toms thanks so much for your help here!

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Dec 5 2011 14:11

ciao,

friend of mine in berlin is setting up labournet.tv, i am sure you will find some useful stuff. though we obviously need more translators for subtitles, the usual problem of the anglo-saxon world. check out:

www.labournet.tv

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Jan 8 2012 16:34

Documentary about the Mujeres Libres with English subtitles:

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Jan 8 2012 23:23

hey, by the way i havn't been able to upload the videos to the libcom vimeo account because my internet connection at my uni accomodation is really shit (as in the connection cuts out regularly and the upload fails)

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Jan 8 2012 23:46
wojtek wrote:
Documentary about the Mujeres Libres with English subtitles:

The subtitles cover less than half of what is said, if there was a version without subs I could try to make a more complete subtitle file for the video.

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Jan 9 2012 00:59

Oops sorry Toms, there's lots of documentaries on the CGTCatalunya youtube channel with no english subtitles if you fancy a gander.

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Jan 9 2012 01:17

Thanks for the advice, but there wasn't another version there. And I searched around and saw that even in Lisa Berger's website it was the version you linked.

I won't bother trying to do subs as they would be on top of the other one. It's a shame because they said interesting stuff that wasn't translated. But anyway, thanks for the movie smile

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Jan 19 2012 19:41

Newsreel footage of Emma Goldman.

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Jan 31 2012 08:59

1977 rally in San Sebastian by the CNT. red n black star

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Jan 31 2012 12:01
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1977 rally in San Sebastian by the CNT. red n black star

2:31 is that who I think it is?

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Jan 31 2012 12:22
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Feb 1 2012 17:31
Serge Forward wrote:
2:31 is that who I think it is?

Can't really tell, but probably not.

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Feb 5 2012 18:12

Short clip about the Limerick Soviet http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=js0FR8GkBEo&list=FL2JQ7vEZOVdCw7Ac277o3kw&index=200&feature=plpp_video

And there's a episode in 5 parts about soviets in Ireland generally, Gaelic with subs. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=js0FR8GkBEo&list=FL2JQ7vEZOVdCw7Ac277o3kw&index=200&feature=plpp_video

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Feb 24 2012 15:23

French documentary about antifa 'ANTIFA - Chasseurs de skins':

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfDbTgb6uyc

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Mar 19 2012 06:05
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The Return to Work at the Wonder Factory, a mere 10-minutes of uncut footage, remains a captivating document of political disagreement and historical reversal (Hervé le Roux has even made a three hour film about the fragment). On June 19th, 1968, after three weeks of striking, the workers at the Wonder factory in Saint-Ouen prepared to go back to work following a union vote to end the strike. A small, politicized film crew from the Institute for the Advanced Cinematographic Studies (IDHEC) arrived at the factory in time to film the crowd of workers, unions officials, and outsiders that was gathered outside of the factory walls. The smug union officials reassure those present that the decision to return to work is "a victory," a "step" towards something greater. But wandering through the mostly male group is a visibly distraught woman whose performance of radical negativity disrupts the smooth return to work. As the workers begin to disappear by passing through a small door into the factory, what remains with the viewer but disappears from history is this woman's refusal : "No, I won't go back in!" (Subtitled version available here)

Jacques Willemont: The Return to Work at the Wonder Factory (1968)

Also

Columbia Revolt - In May l968, the students of Columbia University went on strike after the administrators repeatedly ignored their demand for open discussion of the university's involvement in racist policies, exploitation of the surrounding community of Harlem. This is the story of our first major student revolt, told from inside the liberated buildings.

Columbia Revolt (Part I) (1969)

Columbia Revolt (Part II) (1969)

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Mar 19 2012 01:22

Sóivéidí na hÉireann (5-parts):

1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-RDYGv_RLI

2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fam7LjL9COU&feature=related

3 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJ8KqJKMkaM&feature=related

4 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qp8P-1HF4k&feature=related

5 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDoEsVX5ThU&feature=related

Unfortunately, it is in Irish but there is subtitles.

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Apr 3 2012 22:42

Nick Broomfield's 'Behind the Rent Strike' (1979) on the 1972/3 rent strike in Kirkby, Liverpool.

An interview with Ethel Singleton, the women who features prominently in the documentary.

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Apr 4 2012 00:02

Interesting as she originally thought middle class people making films about the conditions the working class were living in was a waste of time.

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Apr 27 2012 08:50

Frank Bardacke at Labor Fest 2011 speaks about the two souls of the United Farmworkers. He talks about how farm workers really are not unskilled as is often assumed. He describes the strengths of Cesar Chavez's boycott strategies and his cross-racial solidarity with Filipino workers early on, but also the weakness of the way the boycott wing of the union became separated from farm worker wing. This involved in part a division between Chicano (Mexican descended born in the U.S.) and Mexicans in the union, and the fact that the farm worker's dues did not pay the wages of the leadership. Bardacke gives the union its due, but insists on a critical appraisal of its failures, which include its policy of organizing against undocumented workers, reporting them to the border patrol, instead of organizing with them.

http://blip.tv/laborfest/frank-bardacke-on-the-ufwa-and-trampling-out-the-vintage-5414373

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Apr 29 2012 01:26

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Xg8h9kPfaQ

Taken For a Ride

From the New Day Films site:

Why Does America Have the Worst Public Transit in the Industrialized World, and the Most Freeways? Taken for a Ride reveals the tragic and little known story of an auto and oil industry campaign, led by General Motors, to buy and dismantle streetcar lines. Across the nation, tracks were torn up, sometimes overnight, and diesel buses placed on city streets. The highway lobby then pushed through Congress a vast network of urban freeways that doubled the cost of the Interstates, fueled suburban development, increased auto dependence, and elicited passionate opposition. Seventeen city freeways were stopped by citizens who would become the leading edge of a new environmental movement. With investigative journalism, vintage archival footage and candid interviews, Taken for a Ride presents a revealing history of our cities in the 20th century that is also a meditation on corporate power, city form, citizen protest and the social and environmental implications of transportation. Taken for a Ride was funded by the Independent Television Service (ITVS).

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Jul 20 2012 09:58

After a bit of a break, I'm getting back on this now.. will be sticking more up soon..

Antonio Negri: a revolt that never ends
http://libcom.org/library/antonio-negri-revolt-never-ends

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Jul 20 2012 10:28
sabot wrote:
1977 rally in San Sebastian by the CNT. red n black star

So do any Spanish speakers fancy sticking subtitles onto this? Looks really interesting but I don't understand a fucking thing (apart from the odd "capitalista" here and "trabajadoros" there smile )..

Come on, would be ace!