2001, 06:00 minutes
This film investigates the filmmaker’s account of racial profiling and targeting of independent media during the anti-FTAA protest in Quebec City in April 2001.
In the spring of 2001, 12 filmmakers from Toronto went to Quebec City to document what would be the largest protest in Canadian history. The filmmakers were part of an ad hoc group—blah, blah, blah Film Collective.
“a powerful glimpse at the indignities protesters suffered behind the scenes”
— Eye Weekly, Toronto, June 13, 2002
Director: Ali Kazimi
Writer: Ali Kazimi
Editor: Susan Martin
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Articles by Ali Kazimi in Resist!
Two articles written by Ali Kazimi, published in Resist!:A Grassroots Collection of Stories, Poetry, Photos and Analysis from the FTAA Protests in Quebec City and Beyond. ( Fernwood, 2003)