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Author: Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm); Films Media Group.; MVD Entertainment Group.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2013], ©2011.
Edition/Format:   eVideo : Clipart/images/graphics : English
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January 1, 1994: the North American Free Trade Agreement - NAFTA - comes into effect. A few minutes after midnight in southeastern Mexico, several thousand Mayan soldiers take over half the state of Chiapas, declaring a war against the global corporate power they say rules Mexico. They call themselves the Zapatista National Liberation Army, or EZLN. Zapatista is the definitive look at this uprising in Chiapas. It is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Educational films
Internet videos
Videorecording
Additional Physical Format: Originally produced:
MVD Entertainment Group, 2011.
Material Type: Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm); Films Media Group.; MVD Entertainment Group.
OCLC Number: 863947953
Notes: Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on July 05, 2013.
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Target Audience: 11 & up.
Description: 1 online resource (1 video file (153 min.)) : sd., col.
Contents: Day One of the Zapatista Protest (3:07) --
Origins of the Zapatistas (2:02) --
Constitutional Revisions (1:12) --
Forgotten Plight of the Indigenous (2:22) --
Indigenous Dispossession (1:18) --
Exploitation by Multinational Corporations (2:48) --
The Mexican Government's Response to the Uprising (0:50) --
Noam Chomsky (0:49) --
The Great Offensive (0:58) --
Rebels Are Pushed into the Mountains (1:07) --
Brutality of Army Patrols (1:45) --
Women and Communities Targeted (2:01) --
War Crimes (1:58) --
Women and Farmers Confront the Troops (1:36) --
Elected Zapatista Commanders (1:36) --
Defensive Stance (1:23) --
Neo-Liberalism and the Global Market (2:01) --
Zapatistas Respond to Neo-Liberalism (1:55) --
Influence of the WTO (0:53) --
U.S. Military Aid (1:39) --
Undermining Popular Support (1:11) --
Psychological Effect on the Population (2:55) --
Acteal Massacre (4:08) --
An Elegy (3:16) --
A Common Enemy (1:38) --
Consumer Awareness (0:55) --
Zapatistas Address the World (3:44) --
Credits: Zapatista (2:15) --
Interview With Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos (1:10) --
How Did Zapatismo Emerge? (4:34) --
Why Is History a Battleground in this War? (2:10) --
What Does Zapatista Ideology Offer? (2:17) --
Did Your Politicization Begin as a Student at UNAM? (3:05) --
How Did Your Politics Change in Chiapas? (1:56) --
Is This a Military or a Cultural War? (2:16) --
Has This Struggle Become International? (2:11) --
How Does the War Play Out Globally? (1:43) --
What Is Your Future Against a First World Military? (1:02) --
How Is This Different From Earlier Guerrilla Movements? (1:25) --
Is the Time for Guerrilla Struggle Past? (1:33) --
What Is Your Message to America? (1:32) --
Chiapas Indigenous Demands (2:04) --
Is the Government Sincere? (1:35) --
Is There Military Pressure During Negotiations? (2:13) --
Why Are You Fighting? (1:41) --
Who Is a Zapatista? (1:37) --
What Happened on February 9, 1995? (2:47) --
What's Happening with Militarization Now? (1:45) --
How Does the Militarization Affect Daily Life? (2:27) --
The Army Isn't Honoring the Terms of Negotiation? (0:40) --
Who Can Call Themselves Zapatistas? (0:32) --
Introduction to the World (4:52) --
"Behind Our Masks, We Are You" (8:22) --
Subcomandante Marcos' August 1996 Address (7:07) --
"Ya Basta" (5:29) --
Breaking Down Barriers (4:05) --
National Barriers (2:42) --
Call for a Better World (6:33) --
Cooperation Against Neo-Liberalism (5:06) --
Intercontinental Consultation and Convocation (4:04) --
"Storm from the Mountain" (4:53) --
Credits: Zapatista (0:01)
Responsibility: MVD Entertainment Group.

Abstract:

January 1, 1994: the North American Free Trade Agreement - NAFTA - comes into effect. A few minutes after midnight in southeastern Mexico, several thousand Mayan soldiers take over half the state of Chiapas, declaring a war against the global corporate power they say rules Mexico. They call themselves the Zapatista National Liberation Army, or EZLN. Zapatista is the definitive look at this uprising in Chiapas. It is the story of a rebellion by Mayan peasants armed with sticks - and of their word against a First-World military. It is the story of a global movement that fought 175,000 federal troops to a standstill and transformed Mexican and international political culture forever. Interviews with Subcomandante Marcos, Noam Chomsky, Comandante Tacho, Comandante David Zebedeo, Mayor Insurgente Ana Maria, Javier Elorriaga, Zack de la Rocha, and others are featured. Narrated by Mumia Abu-Jamal, Daryl Hannah, Edward James Olmos, and Geronimo Pratt, with a soundtrack by Rage Against the Machine.

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