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Four years , debut album . The most bold , violent , rough and youngest street punx from People's Republic of China ; Unprecedented attack from the old eastern kingdom and new world factory . Play hardcore punk rock, oi, mix thrash metal.
We also wanna recommend that ( 4. People's war & 6. Theracy) have the best bass solo ever :-)
Another recommend (8. Tomorrow will be once again) is the first time that we try an irish song , we really like it you know .
(5. Red river valley and 7. The Youth way) are the pleasant punk rock songs . mandolin and clarinet was played in the song of Red river valley , not too bad !
I think the most important song in this album should be (10. Utopia song) , it is 7:38 , really long ? cause the name is too big for the interpretation , Gum Bleed puts all into this song (all of their ideologies , philosophies , dreams and souls ... ) also , the interlude is highly strong momentum , you will discover that the interlude was adapted from the "Irish Washerwomen" , undoubtedly it is the climax of the whole album . This song is describe the new world , no class no race anymore - that's what we are fighting for .
(11. Let go) is the bonus song , this song is made by Mr. Irish Bastard , Dee from Gum Bleed sing the Chinese part for it .
Friday, April 2, 2010
Synopsis: Following the deadly climax of "Green Street Hooligans," several members of the West Ham firm and numerous members of Millwall end up in jail. The GSE quickly discover the brutality of life on the inside, as they are constant targets of the superior numbers and better-financed Millwall crew.
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Monday, March 22, 2010
Synopsis: Arctic Tale takes you to the top of the earth and the polar bears ice kingdom. This is a National Geographic film that is narrated by Queen Latifah. The movie follows the beginning lives of a polar bear cub, Nanu, and a walrus pup, Seela. The story takes us along their journey from birth to maturity, eight years later, with all the struggles in-between. We see that the mothers will do anything to protect their young from other predators in this life or death struggle. The biggest threat for Nanu and Seela is surviving the harsh, changing habitat climate of the north which delivers the possibility of not finding food. The ice kingdom which has given them life is literally melting away in front of them. Their future survival depends upon the ice.
A new generation of international street artists are the latest hot property for galleries, art collectors and big advertising brands.
Filmed in New York, London, Paris, Sao Paulo and Tokyo, it introduces the graffiti-inspired street art pioneers Futura 2000, Ramm:ell:zee, Os Gemeos, Space Invader, Blek le Rat, Miss Van Eine, some whose art is now celebrated among the trendy and wealthy of New York and London.
The movement started in the late '70s when hip hop and the spray can emerged from the lanes and backstreets and spread like a virus across the urban landscapes of the rest of the world. Art patron Agnes B and art curator Jerome Sans comment on the early days of Keith Haring and Jean Michel Basquiat, when graffiti changed the streets of New York and then of other cities around the planet.
It reveals how these artists have developed a unique system of economic survival, from selling limited-edition prints to clothing designs for streetwear labels and creating record labels and logos for youth brands.
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Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Friday, March 12, 2010
This big-budget Spanish drama pays tribute to the courageous women who sacrificed their lives during the Spanish Civil War in 1936. Maria's peaceful life as a nun is shattered when revolutionary anarchists force her and her sisters to flee their convent sanctuary. Maria ends up hiding in a brothel where she meets the good-hearted whore Charo. Their peace is in turn destroyed by the sudden arrival of Pilar, a passionate, idealistic member of the Free Women organization. Her fiery speeches and strong arm tactics compel the hookers and Maria to join their fight. A handsome ex-priest also joins them as they fight with the anarchists in Zaragoza. Following a small victory, the formerly trench-bound, battle-weary women celebrate, but then Maria finds herself faced with the destruction and death that goes with war. Later the former priest informs the women that they will not be allowed to fight upon the front lines and the women are left with broken ideals and angry hearts that lead them into one last, violent battle.
Language: English / USA
A look at America’s struggles with war, class, race and women’s rights. based on Howard Zinn’s “A People’s History of the United States.
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Monday, March 8, 2010
International Women's Day is an expressly political day. In 1907 women sweatshop workers marched in New York and thus the first International Women's day was born. Often when women are celebrated it is because they are either cute (Valentine's Day) or caring (Mothers' Day).
There is nothing wrong with being cute or caring, but on Internationals Women's day we get to highlight those of us who are politically active, those who are fighting for a better world, those who know that there can be a better world. I don't know their names but I know I have linked arms with women at Shannon Airport protesting against the war. I've stood in front of bin lorries with women from the estate I live on. I have met women as we marched, leafleted, picketed and posters for the right to have an abortion on Irish soil.
There are many many ways in which life is difficult for women in Ireland, from our pay packets, to the fact that we get little support if we decide to have children and no support if we decide not to have children. We have to wait weeks (and sometimes months) for something as simple as the result of our smear tests. Like men we live in a country which can't provide housing, medical services, and security, basic human needs for all citizens. Yes there is a lot to be angry about and a lot to change.
Thankfully, many of us, like those women who marched in the cold 102 years ago, are not willing to make do with what we have been offered. International Women's day is a celebration of those women who make things better.
Saturday, March 6, 2010
Semenanjung Register Zine
Harga : RM4ppd
Bilangan mukasurat : 20.
Zine Semenanjung Register merupakan sebuah zine kolektif. Bermaksud, isi perutnya adalah sumbangan daripada orang ramai. Untuk isu perdana ini terdapat sumbangan penulisan daripada Arip Radikal Review, Mat Yie DKR, Rahimin Idris, Kudin dan beberapa orang lagi yang menyentuh pelbagai isu. Turut dimuatkan wawancara bersama sebuah kumpulan punk rock laju dan melodik yang tidak asing lagi tika ini iaitu ALWAYS LAST. Juga seperti kebanyakan zine, terdapat sedikit review zine dan muzik. Zine ini telah masuk di tempat percetakan. Bermakna tak lama lagi anda yang berminat bolehlah dapatkannya. Untuk isu ini, ia diedit, disusunatur dan direkabentuk oleh Mat Yie.
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Genre: Musical Documentary
Language: Canada / English
Follow a group of dumpster divers on a musical journey through the back alleys of Montreal. Between song and dance routines about waste and the joys of reusing other people's garbage, five young adults discuss the philosophy of living off society's excess. Going through other people's garbage provides these young Montrealers with food, furniture, clothing and luxury items they could never afford if they had to buy them.
http://www.mediafire.com/file/deymthrdbym/Surfing the Waste.rar
Friday, February 26, 2010
Language: English / Spanish
The English Direct Action scene often feels leagues ahead of life in the Antipodes. This can be seen in the relentless SHAC campaigns, the number of animal rescues from farms and labs plus the number of sacrifices that the English animal liberation movement is prepared to make so to usher in a new era of total liberation for nonhuman animals. This DVD was $18.00 and the only qualm I have about it was that the sound levels vary throughout the 12 different stories on it. Much of the footage is old/classic, showing hunt sabbing at its height and the Sea Shepherd on the high seas using stink bombs and ramming techniques to fuck up the long drift net trawlers that kill everything marine in its way.
There is inspiring footage of activists disrupting large animal abuse complexes as well as footage of the Animal Liberation Front's more covert missions and rescues.
This DVD is an inspiring watch that drew my housemates into it. It contains lots of extra features and visuals that make you realise that all you need to make change is the desire and a few people.
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Language: Denmark / Danish
"69" is a documentary about a large group of young people who did not see themselves, culturally or politically, as part of established society. In 1982 they lawfully occupied what was known as the Youth House (Ungdomshuset) at Jagtvej 69, on the outskirts of Copenhagen's inner city. The film portrays the group's situation in 2007, documenting the stormy last six months of the Youth House's history, where the radicalized group rage against the establishment. By following the inner circle of activists, we learn more about the group, the reasons for their actions, and the cause of their predicament.
A surge of popular interest in anarchism occurred during the 1970s in the UK following the birth of punk rock. However, while the early punk scene appropriated anarchist imagery mainly for its shock value, the band Crass expounded serious anarchist and pacifist ideas, and went on to become a notable influence in the burgeoning Anarcho-Punk movement. Many anarcho-punks are supporters of issues such as animal rights, feminism, the anti-war movement, the antiglobalization movement, and many other social movements. The story of the movement is told by some of the most influential performers, including; Penny Rimbaud (Crass), Colin Jerwood (Conflict), Colin & Kevin (Flux of Pink Indians) Dick Lucas (Subhumans), Zillah Minx (Rubella Ballet), Gary Buckley (Dirt), Steve Lake (Zounds), Mark Wallis (Liberty), Gee Vaucher (Crass), Dave Hyndman (Hit Parade), Rob Millar (Amebix), Rodney Relax (Alternative), Stringy & Snout (Erratics) and Gerard Evans (Flowers in the Dustbin). The interview footage is laced with both audio and visual music performance, some extremely rare, from the main performers on the scene including - Crass / Conflict / Subhumans / Liberty / Toxic Waste / Chumbawamba / Sacrilege / Inner Terrestrials & many more.
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Runningtime: 1hour 55min
Genre: Drama / Comedy
In 1997's LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL, Roberto Benigni found international success by accomplishing the seemingly impossible task of making a moving comedy set during the Holocaust. Nearly a decade later, he... In 1997's LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL, Roberto Benigni found international success by accomplishing the seemingly impossible task of making a moving comedy set during the Holocaust. Nearly a decade later, he similarly uses Dante's INFERNO as a template to mold a romantic comedy around the early days of the Iraq war. The result is truly unique, managing to find humor amid the horrors of war while mixing in elements of a sweet love story--with Benigni's trademark manic persona at the center of it all. Benigni is Attilio, a poet and professor at a university in Rome who has recurring dreams in which he is to be married to a beautiful and mysterious woman. After attending a lecture by his friend, the visiting Iraqi poet Fuad (Jean Reno, THE PROFESSIONAL), Attilio finally sees the woman of his dreams in the form of Vittoria (Benigni's real-life wife, Nicoletta Braschi), a writer doing research for a book on Fuad. Vittoria resists Attilio's fawning attempts to seduce her before returning to Iraq with Fuad, where she suffers a head injury that leaves her unconscious in a bomb-damaged hospital. Fuad informs Attilio of her condition, prompting the lovesick poet to join the Red Cross to gain entrance to war-torn Baghdad. Learning that the hospital is severely lacking in supplies, Attilio makes his way through the equivalent of several circles of Hell to find medicine for his dream woman--encountering mine fields, directionally challenged camels, and suspicious American soldiers. Bizarre and bold, THE TIGER AND THE SNOW manages to once again showcase Benigni as one of the world's most innovative comic talents. Dreamlike, yet still effectively using moments of horror to convey a heartfelt antiwar message, the film also finds plenty of space for his affably hyperactive presence.
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
At 8.30pm (local time) on Saturday 27 March, the greatest show on Earth for action on climate change will take place in homes, office buildings, town halls and public places around the globe as lights go out for Earth Hour 2010.
With 807 cities, towns and municipalities and 82 countries across every continent already signed up, Earth Hour 2010 is set to show the world that a resolution to the threat of global warming is possible through collective action.
Saturday, February 20, 2010
2.Ibu kepada Om Zoo (DEPRESS) juga telah kembali ke rahmatullah baru-baru ini.
3.Bapa kepada Mazri aka Ayie Bullat, Encik Mahussin juga telah kembali ke rahmatullah pada 15 Februari 2010.
Semoga arwah mereka yang telah pergi terdahulu sentiasa dicucuri rahmat. Al-Faatihah
Genre: Documentary / Comedy
On the 20-year anniversary of his groundbreaking masterpiece Roger & Me (1989), Michael Moore's Capitalism: A Love Story comes home to the issue he's been examining throughout his career: the disastrous impact of corporate dominance on the everyday lives of Americans (and by default, the rest of the world). But this time the culprit is much bigger than General Motors, and the crime scene far wider than Flint, Michigan. From Middle America, to the halls of power in Washington, to the global financial epicenter in Manhattan, Michael Moore will once again take film goers into uncharted territory. With both humor and outrage, Michael Moore's Capitalism: A Love Story explores a taboo question: What is the price that America pays for its love of capitalism? Years ago, that love seemed so innocent. Today, however, the American dream is looking more like a nightmare as families pay the price with their jobs, their homes and their savings. Moore takes us into the homes of ordinary people whose lives have been turned upside down; and he goes looking for explanations in Washington, DC and elsewhere. What he finds are the all-too-familiar symptoms of a love affair gone astray: lies, abuse, betrayal...and 14,000 jobs being lost every day. Capitalism: A Love Story is both a culmination of Moore's previous works and a look into what a more hopeful future could look like. It is Michael Moore's ultimate quest to answer the question he's posed throughout his illustrious filmmaking career: Who are we and why do we behave the way that we do?
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Sunday, February 14, 2010
The Take Back Our City protest, organized by the 2010 Welcoming Committee, began in the afternoon at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Protesters then marched down West Georgia, Homer, and Robson streets until they hit a wall of police at Beatty Street, in sight of B.C. Place Stadium, where the opening ceremony was taking place.
Take back our city
Anti Olympic Convergence Day 1
festival Of Resistance
Bird's eyeview of torch disruption at Vancouver's Downtown East Side
ORN Press Feb 12
Sochi 2014 Resistance
John Hager and Tamara Barsik from the No Sochi 2014 Committee spoke out against the next winter Olympic Games, to be held in their traditional territory in south west Russia.
Hager and Barsik are members of the Circassian diaspora. Since 1870, nearly all Indigenous Circassian people have been driven out of their lands, and forced to resettle elsewhere. From Jordan to the USA, Circassians have resisted the 2014 Games since the beginning of the bid process.
For Hager and Barsik, the 2014 Games, held on stolen Circassian lands in Sochi, represent the consolidation of Russian rule over their territories
Torch bearer forced off Commercial Drive
TAKE BACK OUR CITY:
‘Welcome’ the 2010 Olympic Torch with Free Games, Free Food and Free Speech!
* Friday, February 12, 2010, 3pm
* Vancouver Art Gallery (Georgia Street, between Howe and Hornby)
Join us in a public festival at the Vancouver Art Gallery at 3pm followed
by a march to protest the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Olympics at BC
Place Stadium. As the Winter Games begin, we will show the world the
negative impacts of the Olympic industry and celebrate our communities
with our own games and entertainment.
* The 2010 Welcoming Committee supports the participation of parents and
caregivers. Childcare arrangements and registration at:
While City and Olympic officials try to turn our city into a sanitized
corporate image, we experience:
* Increasing homelessness, poverty, illegal evictions and rent increases,
* Union-busting and public services cutbacks with a $6 billion Olympic
* Threats to civil liberties and crackdowns on visible poverty,
* At least 15,000 police, soldiers, spies and security forces and public
* Corporate sponsors engaged in arms manufacturing, human rights abuses,
and the environmentally destructive Alberta Tar Sands,
* Exploitation of unceded Indigenous land and resources,
* Major environmental damage to build the ‘Green Games,’ and more ...
Public space has been turned over to the Games but the community has
fought back and preserved our rights to protest. Now is your chance to
Stand Up, Be Counted and Take Back Our City!
Organized by the 2010 Welcoming Committee: community groups, service
providers, activists and educators united by a social justice critique of
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Language: English / USA
Derek Vinyard returns from prison to find his younger brother, Danny, caught in the same web of racism and hatred that landed him in prison. After Derek's father is killed in the line of duty by a minority, Derek's view of mankind is altered, but while in prison, he discovers that there is good and bad in every race. The task before him now is to convince Danny of his newfound enlightenment. THIS IS ANTI RACIST / FASCIST MOVIE, asshole!
Genre: Movie / Action / Romantics
This is England: Mods, New Romantics, and Skinheads are the major youth sub-cultures of this very English summer of 1983 and young 12-year-old Shaun is left wandering aimlessly alone and lost during the start of his school holidays, until his chance meeting with Woody and his fun and friendly Skinhead pack. Finding a new lease of life; girls, parties, Ben Sherman shirts, Doc Martin boots and shaven hairstyles young Shaun is welcomed, life during this summer holiday has got a whole lot better. That is until Combo arrives on the scene bitter, dangerous, racist, militant and psychotic life for young Shaun has just approached his first major crossroads. This is England is a look back at the early eighties of British working-class life through the eyes of young Shaun and his new gang, and dealing with the bitterness of outside influences such as racism and xenophobia, of mass unemployment and the fall out of the Falkland's War; Thatcher's Britain: Did we ever have it so good? When you see Shaun, ask Him.
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Language: English / Spanish / Canada
Masked Zapatista comandantes captured the world media's attention in 1994 when the Mayan Indians of Chiapas came out of the jungle to reclaim the ranches and towns that had overtaken their land. Dramatic uniforms and press releases from the Ejército Zapatista de Liberaci?n Nacional (Zapatista Army of National Liberation, EZLN), embodied in the figure of Subcomandante Marcos, drew admirers from die-hard communists to French fashion magazines.
But aside from news briefs about the massacres during the last five years, the people of Chiapas were virtually ignored by most news sources. The documentary A Place Called Chiapas, by Nettie Wild, captures one facet of the struggle of the New World: the marginalization and exploitation of indigenous peoples in the Americas that continues today. Filmed during the first year of the uprising, the film offers a singular, intelligent vision of this ongoing conflict.
Through images and narrative, Wild shows the disparity between the haves (mestizo ranchers, descendents of both Indians and Spanish) and the have-nots (the Tzotzil Indians, descendents of the Mayans). One family complains of losing three of their four ranches to the Zapatistas; another family wonders when they can end their refuge in the jungle and return to their home after a paramilitary group drives them out.
These people are caught between two societies: that of the 70-year dynasty of the PRI, the ruling party of Mexico, and the philosophical revolutionaries of the Lancandon Jungle. Wild also portrays the tension felt as the peace talks stretch out; members of the Jolnixte village side with either the Zapatistas or the pro-government paramilitary group Peace and Justice, and a stand-off ensues.
After the screenings, Wild, members of the Mexico Solidarity Network (MSN), and local groups supportive of the people of Chiapas have discussed the situation with the audience. Now, the number of refugees has gone from 200 to 20,000 and there are over 20 paramilitary groups in Chiapas. Wild uses the discussions to help viewers understand the complex history of this volatile region, and through her work with the MSN and local groups (such as Seattle's Committee Against Repression and For Democracy in Mexico) gives the public avenues through which they can help the refugees.
"The Zapatista uprising in Chiapas, Mexico,
is not a political revolution,
but a human revolution;
not revolution for power,
but revolution of power;
not revolution of party,
but revolution of humanity;
not revolution of exclusion,
but revolution of inclusion;
not revolution of arms,
but revolution of spirit.
A Place Called Chiapas Trailer
WSU Progressive Film Series | MySpace Video
Friday, February 12, 2010
Genre: Biography / Adventure / Based on true story
Into The Wild adalah filem tahun 2007 yang diadaptasi dari novel berdasarkan kisah nyata kehidupan perjalanan Chris McCandless. Novel tu pula dikeluarkan sekitar tahun 1995 atau 1996. Chris McCandless (Emile Hirsch) bercita-cita ke Alaska setelah tamat pengajiannya. Dia, digambarkan sebagai seorang pemuda idealis yang ‘marah’ dengan keadaan kehidupan sekeliling (dunia kapitalis). Selepas tamat pengajian, Chris memberikan seluruh tabungannya ke badan kebajikan dan dia percaya bahwa dia boleh hidup mandiri, bergantung pada alam dan hidup tanpa duit. Banyak perkara yang dilalui semasa pengembaraannya. Dan disini aku simpulkan bahawa Chris adalah seorang DIY anarkis primitive. Kisah yang perlu anda tonton dalam kehidupan ini.
After graduating from Emory University, top student and athlete Christopher McCandless abandons his possessions, gave his entire $24,000 savings account to charity and hitchhiked to Alaska to live in the wilderness. Along the way, Christopher encounters a series of characters that shape his life.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Genre: Documentary / Film
Dokumentari ini adalah hasil potongan rakaman daripada lebih 100 aktivis media. This is what democracy looks like merangkumi protes WTO di Seattle, 1999. Filem ini menandakan titik balik dalam pembuatan filem kolaboratif dan mencapai liputan dan visi yang mungkin hanya melalui lensa lebih daripada 100 kamera. Doku ini menjadi lebih menarik apabila dipadu dengan soundtrack Rage Against the Machine, DJ Shadow, dan Anne Feeney, serta narration oleh Susan Sarandon dan Michael Franti. This is what democracy looks like memberi gambaran kondisi politik dan emosional seminggu mengubah dunia.
Cut from the footage of over 100 media activists, This is What Democracy Looks Like
captures the 1999 WTO protests in Seattle. The film marks a turning point in collaborative filmmaking and acheives a scope and vision possible only through the lenses of over 100 cameras. With a driving soundtrack including Rage Against the Machine, DJ Shadow, and Anne Feeney, as well as narration by Susan Sarandon and Michael Franti, THIS IS WHAT DEMOCRACY LOOKS LIKE delivers an intensely political and emotional account of a week that changed the world.
At the WTO protests in Seattle, we had a collective vision. We saw beyond the borders that divide us. We saw people come together across every kind of political and cultural difference. We saw peaceful protests shut down one of the most powerful institutions in the world. We saw a system dazed and frightened by the sound of our voices. "The documentary, like the protests, turns art into action"
~ Village Voice
"One of the most important films of the year. A must see...if you can handle the truth."
~ Willamette Week
"This Is What Democracy Looks Like is a truly ground-breaking accomplishment. With beautiful graphics, a passionate narrative, and stunning writing, it embodies the spirit of the protests."
~ Naomi Klein, Columnist and author of NO LOGO
The film is a co-production between Corrugated Films founder, Jill Freidberg,
and Big Noise Films founder, Rick Rowley.