subMedia

Anarchy: Fight for Now

Loading the player… In light of all the hoopla around the new Pepsi “protest” commercial, we could not help ourselves but to make this mash-up.

Year 2017 Length 3 MINS

Robert King and Albert Wooodfox of the Angola 3 speak in Montreal

Herman Wallace and Robert King, Albert Woodfox were part of a group known as the Angola 3, three African-American men sent to prison in 1971 in one of the most violent detention facilities in the United States. Members of the Black Panthers, they fought to defend prisoners’ rights while inside.

Year 2017 Length 53 MINS

Who Are the Anarchists?

Anarchists are returning once again to the stage of history and the front page of the daily paper. Neither voting nor protest has worked; the popular imagination is shifting towards confrontation.

Year 2017 Length 1 MIN

Here comes Trouble

Trouble, a brand-new monthly show offering an in-depth anarchist analysis of current struggles, tactics and movement dynamics.

Year 2017 Length 2 MIN

Video Ninjas

Do you have a camera, computer and internet connection? Can you shoot, edit and upload videos with the quickness? Do you love adventure and the thrill of videotaping burning cop cars? Then you should join the sub.Media worldwide network of video ninjas!

Year 2016 Length 30 SECONDS

Who are the Warriors

An interview with Mohawk warrior Clifton Nicholas, about the warrior society and their role in the “Oka Crisis”.

Year 2015 Length 10 min

Defend the Hood

In 2016, numerous attacks were launched at diverse symbols of gentrification in the Montreal neighborhoods of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and Saint-Henri. We wanted to give space to the people involved so that they can explain a point of view, that corporate media consistently ignore or misrepresent.

Year 2016 Length 5 MINS