The Yes Men Fix the World
|The Yes Men Fix the World|
Promotional film poster
|Edited by||Dan Ollman|
The Yes Men Fix the World is a 2009 English language documentary film about the culture jamming exploits of The Yes Men. The film premiered in New York City and Los Angeles on October 23, 2009 and in other U.S. cities beginning on October 30. Due to the movie being sued by United States Chamber of Commerce, a special edition of the movie is distributed through bittorrent through VODO and other prominent torrent sites like The Pirate Bay and EZTV.
The film documents the following projects:
- Dow Chemical and Bhopal
- ExxonMobil Vivoleum
- Halliburton Survivaball
- HUD and post-Katrina public housing
- The New York Times hopeful future edition
- British hard rock band, Neuronspoiler featured footage from the film in the music video for the song Words, Words, Words from their 2010 E.P., No One's Safe.
- The Yes Men Fix the World - Peer to Peer Edition Free video download at Internet Archive
- The Yes Men Fix the World on IMDb
- The Yes Men Fix the World: In New Film — video report by Democracy Now!
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