Let Fury Have the Hour
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The Paley Center for Media, in association with SnagFilms, presents

Artists Creating Interactive Democracy

With an exhilarating mash-up of art, music, animation, and performance, filmmaker Antonino D'Ambrosio provides a visionary blueprint for a participatory society. Uniting fifty writers, painters, poets, musicians, activists, and skateboarders in a mixed media montage, the film Let Fury Have the Hour imagines how culture and politics can be transformed radically with a "creative-response." Based on D'Ambrosio's book, Let Fury Have the Hour (Nation Books) about the punk era, the film features instructive comments from such artists as Shepard Fairey, Eve Ensler, Chuck D, and Billy Bragg.


Antonino D'Ambrosio  Filmmaker, Nation Books author

Tom Morello  Guitarist for Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave; Cofounder, Axis of Justice

DJ Spooky — Hip-hop musician, conceptual artist, and writer

Geoffrey Gilmore  Director, The Tribeca Film Festival

Additional artists to be announced. After the screening, the panelists will consider the film's message in light of the upcoming presidential election and discuss concrete ways in which the seemingly impossible can become possible.

Tickets are on sale now. Members: $10; General Public: $20

Buy tickets here.

Start: October 9, 2012 at 6:30 PM0
End: October 9, 2012 at 8:30 PM1
Where: 25 West 52 Street
The Paley Center for Media
New York, NY 10019