“If your revolution is revolution of love, if your process is one of creating more love in the world, instead of waiting until you succeed… you cannot lose.”
Watch this articulate interview with filmmaker Velcrow Ripper, on the love thread that has permeated the Occupy movement from day one, and why the mainstream media has been incapable of understanding the true depth of the paradigm shift. As co-producer of the upcoming feature Occupy Love, and having been there during the threads evolution, I’m happy to see how clear Velcrow shares what we’ve learned along the way.
From the description: “Velcrow Ripper is a hard species to classify. He is perhaps most commonly known as a Canadian-born and internationally renowned documentary filmmaker, but is also well regarded as a public speaker, spiritual seaker and cinematic activist. After viewing his work, however, one might be more inclined to describe him as a representative of love and peace in the age of global crisis. In this interview, Velcrow talks about his long history of shooting the world’s “ground zeros” and what’s in store for Occupy Love, his third film in the Fierce Light trilogy.”