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Come out for a night with the Time's Up! Video Collective and members from the Glass Bead Collective and Team Spider. Join us for video, food, surprises, and a Q and A afterwards.

WATCH THIS! Part 1.
August 2004 NYC Critical Mass on the eve of the RNC protests. Part 1 deals with the excessive police force used against cyclists and thetremendous outpouring of spontaneous free assembly in NYC seen on this historic night. This Glass Bead Collective documentary was released two weeks before the 2004 elections.

Some Assembly Required
March 2007 NYC Critical Mass. More than 30 cameras follow the first Critical Mass held under the new NYC parade permit rules that prohibit citizens from assembling in groups of more than 49 people without authorization from the NYPD. A Glass Bead and Time's Up! Video production.

Critical Straphangers
Critical Mass takes a new twist, with the return of tall bikes, hot blondes chasing cops and zero tickets while through it all Team Spider is lost as usual!!!!!

Q and A with the Video Collective will follow the screening.

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