Culture Jam: Highjacking Commercial Culture Trailer

Culture Jam: Highjacking Commercial Culture Trailer (2001)

""There is no free speech anymore. It's all bough and paid for."" 01 January 2001 Factual

A fascinating rap on the 20th Century movement called Culture Jamming. Pranksters and subversive artists are causing a bit of brand damage to corporate mindshare. Jammers, cultural commentators, a billboard advertiser and a constitutional lawyer take us on a wild roller coaster ride through the back streets of our mental environment. Stopping over in San Francisco, New York's Times Square, and Toronto, we catch the jamming in action with Batman-inspired Jack Napier of the Billboard Liberation Front, Disney arch-enemy Reverend Billy from the Church of Stop Shopping and Media Tigress Carly Stasko.

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Canada 01 January 2001

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