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Counter Convention: A Free New York Special (2005)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 5 May 2005 (USA)
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A documentary featuring highlights of some of the many protests against the Republican National Convention that erupted throughout Manhattan in New York City between August 28 and September 2, 2004.

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(as Chris F.)

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Credited cast:
Jonny America ...
Himself - Interviewee
Liberty Belle ...
Herself - Interviewee
Jello Biafra ...
Himself - Interviewee
Reverend Billy ...
Himself - Interviewee
Annie Chadwick ...
Herself - Interviewee
Eden Eve ...
Herself - Interviewee
Christopher Flaherty ...
Himself - Interviewer (as Chris F.)
Alan Goldstein ...
Himself - Interviewee (as Dr. Alan Goldstein)
Donna Lieberman ...
Herself - Interviewee
The Missile Dick Chicks ...
Themselves - Interviewees
Jim Murphy ...
Himself - Interviewee
Phreedom Phil ...
Himself - Interviewee
...
Himself - Interviewee (as Triumph the Insult Comic Dog)
Daniel Tirelli ...
Himself - Interviewee
Randi Weingarten ...
Herself - Interviewee
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A documentary featuring highlights of some of the many protests against the Republican National Convention that erupted throughout Manhattan in New York City between August 28 and September 2, 2004.

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The Week New York Roared!

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Documentary

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Not Rated
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(2.0)

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Chris and Kim's original idea was to shoot enough material for a single 28-minute episode of their public access cable program in Manhattan, "Free New York." By the time the convention was over, they had amassed around 16 hours worth of footage, which was edited down to create four separate episodes (with enough extra bits left over to fill out a fifth episode later on). The four episodes were shown on Manhattan Neighborhood Network over a five-week period from September 27 to October 25, 2004. Afterward, the individual segments were edited together to create the feature-length documentary. See more »

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