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Culture Jam: Hijacking of Commercial Culture

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Release Date:January 1, 2001
Running time:57 minutes
Director:Jill Sharpe

Description: Follows the exploits of pranksters and artists who express their anti-corporate frustration, not with the violence that has marred worldwide protests, but with a slyer and arguably more subversive approach - culture jamming. From the large-scale mischief of the infamous Billboard Liberation Front to the grassroots protests of Grrlly Self-Publishing and The Church of Stop Shopping, these politically charged social critics voice their outrage in outrageous ways. The film chronicles an important moment in the evolution of consumer society - when people started talking back to the ads that surround them.

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