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24 Hours in the CHOP: Seattle Capitol Hill Organized Protest

Protestival or Mad Max: A candid, insightful study of the epochal Seattle's organized protest zone

Videos

Trailer: 24 Hours In The CHOP

Overview

Genre
Current Affairs, Social Issues, Politics, History, and Minorities
Synopsis

On June 8, 2020, the Seattle Police Department abandoned their East Precinct station on Capital Hill in Seattle. On July 1, they reclaimed the station. In the days between, a spontaneous, radical society known as Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP)bloomed. Documentarian, activist, and longtime Seattle resident by way of Michigan Tajuan LaBee recorded his time spent in the Capitol Hill occupation, and his film is a candid, insightful study of the Zone’s complex culture and varied population.

Stage
finished
Running time
50 minutes

Credits

  • patricia boiko ... Co-Producer, Editor
  • Tajuan LaBee ... Director, Cinematographer, Producer

Production Details

Prod. Co.
Pepperspray Media Productions
Country
United States
Years of Production
2020
Locations
Seattle, Washington
Prod. Partners
Winning Pictures, LLC

Distribution Details

Release year
2020
Festivals
Local Sightings Film Festival; DOCTOBER
Distribution
Currently screening at film festivals
Language
English

Photos

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