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October 29, 2003

Sunderland University

Filed under: General — Ulla @ 6:40 pm

Me and my friend went to Sunderland University yesterday to turn up in a lecture as speakers.Sunderland is about half an hour south of Newcastle.
Well, that’s what we thought and how it was described to us and looked on the map.
However, we didn’t expect this major traffic jam, which seemed the last 50 kilometres seem like a 007 snail race.
Luckily we dropped of the hitchhiking PhD philosophy student at the service station, good luck to him!, and made our way to this brandnew media building sponsored by Sony.
Another astonishing thing actually is: I can speak for three hours nearly uninterrupted, if I can speak about the things I am passionate about, and especially if it is on an university, where the students don’t have any chance to run away from my rant.

It started off when Mitzi mailed to Indymedia Scotland, asking if anybody from Indymedia would like to come and speak to her students in a lecture about alternative media and how indymedia differs from mainstream media. She also stated, that she was involved in spunk press and in Maximum Rock’n Roll.
We probably wouldn’t have come if she would not have told us her involvement in both projects.
So, it was a great pleasure and we could talk as freely as we wanted, giving some incredible statements and in turn getting unexpected, unbelievable answers.
One of the most unexpected answers possibly was: “did you ever consider writing the stories from the police’s point of view?”.
Sadly enough, this was after 3 hours of ranting on why alternative media gives a different point of view than the authorities’.
Well, maybe she just wanted to piss us off? Or maybe she really doesn’t understand. Maybe what we forgot is also, that most of the people there are really, really young.

Anyway, we showed Undercurrents video about Alterative Media, called “Globalisation and the Media”.
It is quite a good video for journalist students and “normal people”, who ask the questions: “What is alternative media?” or even “What is wrong with the mainstream media?”.

After that we went on a rant, I talked a bit about how we did out Bolivia feature and similar. Micah jumped in and Mitzi and her husband Steve helped us out whenever we lost our plot.
Finally we showed the Woomera 2002 video, made by Ska TV.
If you don’t know this video, it makes you shiver with anticipation and emotions are running high. In my opinion it is one of the best films of what can be called “Alternative Media”, at least the first 30 minutes. When the politicians come in later, it becomes a bit painfull.

Somehow, I just wondered, that even though I am not travelling my life seems to be remotely exciting, at least for me.
Tomorrow I am meeting up with this incredibly smiley guy from Napier University filmmaking course, who is expected to mentor me for going in front of the panel Saturday morning, judging my doc film idea (The Channel4Ideasfactory competition).

Also, tomorrow, there will be “our” website presentation, which will be incredibly bad, because “my team member” was not prepared to meet with me to sort out the website presentation. Everything I did was not good enough for her, the pictures, the images I choose and cropped, when I suggested something she just overruled me. She was not prepared to leave any work for me because she considered only herself to be able to be unfailable and unmistakenly.
Anyway I am really pissed off now with her, after sitting in the course for one day not being able to do anything, because the half-prepared project was on her home computer and not accessible for me.
Anyway, I am now thrilled how she is going to present this “team work” tomorrow. The funny thing is, the team work before, she was paired up with an older man, and she complained that “he wasn’t giving her any ideas, just sitting there and saying nothing”. In retrospective, I admire this older man, I am sure he had the right strategy working with her.

October 26, 2003

A new try: on illness and blogs

Filed under: General — @ 12:16 pm

[ from the dept. ]

I have just typed a long article when it went down again in the depth of cyberspace.

I was just surfing the Guardian online, a usefull media, web and news resource, which thankfully has an open archive, which unfortunately is no guarantee to actually (re)find the article you found so amazing 2 years ago.
The Herald, here in Scotland demand 2 pounds to view a past article online, I find this disgusting money making!
So I looked at the Guardians “Best British Blog awards” and found some usefull and interesting links I want to discuss in the following article as well as the article on “why I hate blogs”.


I have also found, that so many amazing things happened in the last months and I haven’t been keeping track of it. Which is one reason of why I keep a blog, too, so that I remember all the amazing things I have done, and what an effort it was to organise these, because at the end of the year, it keeps me wondering where has all my time gone into.
Anyway, the Guardian site on the weblogs has an amazing collection, and I found some good examples on what I need to do to improve this site:

  • design;
    some of the examples have got a most amazing design.
    Examples: I love everything, Malevole,
  • popularity of blog;

    there are some websites which keep track of the blogger community.
    For example: Blogwise.
    At the moment I am still unsure if the Blogs fulfill the purpose of creating a community and bringing people together. I hope for a lefty political community full of anarchist bloggers!
  • collection of usefull links
    One of the major advantages of blogs seems to be sharing experiences.
    In real world, that is what we do, too, but most of the time sharing experiences is accidental. Maybe sharing experiences can be less accidental with blogs?
  • including more pictures and animations
    Examples: Imperial Donut
  • content
    Most blogs seem to suffer from incredible boring lives of their authors with an unfortunate mix of “no poltics” with irrelevant opinions, and not enough philosophy and discussions of ethics, morals and principles.
    This is excellently described at the “Why I hate blogs” article.
    But obviously, the guy who wrote it, has expressed relevant critisism, although a bit harsh and with too much swearing, he disregards quite bit of positive aspects of the blogs, and in the end his writing is probably of as an irrelevancy as most of the blogs he critisised. Why? Because he doesn’t reveal anything of himself. It’s easier to critisise others, but I wonder
    what position he is in. If he is just a greedy capitalist, then he and his opinion can fuck of anyway. Because critisism doesn’t matter on its on, but also from the direction and person it got raised from.
  • However, I quite like the Guardians shortlisted Make Content Blog.
    Surely, the blog of the soldier in Iraq has defied all the critisism on blogs in general.
    It matters what people think, what individuals think and what experience they have in life and what perception they have of the current politics.
    Blogs are relevant, because, it is like the people are writing their own version of history and not anymore only the historians and the politicians.

    By the way I have now found that many IMC activists have weblogs, too.
    Such like Anarcho Geek, or Chuck0.

    I haven’t written anything on the flu, and the bad cold which is passed on at the moment from nose to nose.
    Finally I got it, but I feel as if I am over the worst.
    But still I look as if I got into a pub fight- the nose is read and swollen, the eyes glazy and the whole face is white, with my scratched pimples contrasting extremly reddish. The lip is broken and looks split by and the hair seems to be greasy as anything, although it got just washed a day ago. My neck is swollen and I gasp for air like a fish in dry.
    My front seems to have had contact with a volcano whileas the back has collided with an iceberg, leaving me shivering and sweating the same time.
    The nose is blocked and I have got through several rools of toilet paper by using it as a tissue, it must be several metres used so far.

    So take care, eat your greens and don’t let this happen to you!

October 23, 2003

More on the last weeks and today

Filed under: General — @ 8:02 pm

[ from the dept. ]

Of course there is much more than the Ideasfactory competition.
Journalist wise, of course alternativ wise, there has been today the new BBC activist page been poste on the Indymedia UK newswire.
My first thought. “Well, that’s no real competition to indymedia”.
Take action: Campaign to get British people walk on the left” and the featured special: “Speed bumps”.
And: “add your comments”!.
Sorry guys, but obviously they have a different target audience in mind than indymedia. But whom?



Another journalist approach has been the new Counterinformation on which we have been working. Especially Mike has been working really hard on layout. The layout is always a pain as there is always too much text and not enough space. This might have something to do with counterinformation only been put out every year or so, due to the vast amounts of mail-out the production seems to follow.
But, at least there are two pictures of mine in there, and a little article about indymedia and a little short. Honestly I would love to write a longer article, but that seems to be mans domain.
Or, for some strange reason, the way Counterinformation is produced is not so suitable for my way of working, which is very indymedia like. just starting of with something and then everybody puts new links and information in and tweaks it.

Another journalistic highlight next week, when we are invited to Sunderland University, to give a talk about Alternative and Radical journalism. I am looking forward to it. It gives me a sense of “fulfillment” and a sense of being good at something.
I should write a little notice maybe to the Newcastle Radical FilmFestival and the other email list to link up, I considered there were some activist from newcastle on it.

Coinciding with this, there is also the presentation next Thursday, where the client will be present to see what we made out of his website.
Both me and Jan, (she is blogging, too, as Mrs. Rathgild) are not particularly good in photoshop or in design, but better in actually html- ing our photoshop nightmares together.

Apart from half-hearted amateurish radical journalistic approaches, the situation on Tuesday just wanted to have me in a particular cafe.
You know, its just ideas come and come over and over again, till you follow them sometime. So finally I went into this cafe and met another activist who is jobbing there as a waiter.I have met him in Evian. I have forgotten him nearly totally, but he hasn’t forgotten me for some reason.
Well he looked quite different without the wild black beard and the suntone on his face. And his polished waiter uniform didn’t remind me of the campin’ and riot smell either. Good fun to meet him, though.

I wonder why I keep blogging like mad today. My few contributions to my blog won’t give me the newly formed “Guardian blogging award”.

A propos award. You can now vote online for me and my idea at the
Ideasfactory. Unfortunately you have to register. I guess this might turn anarchas and anarchos off.

And the 4000 pound go… to…

I am still not sure if we really get 4000 pounds or if we get bossed around by professionals in the value of 4000 pounds.
As a pessimist, I would think the second option.
I guess, if I would really have a chance for the 4000 then I would like to buy editing equipment, a good camera and a tripod and a wide-angled lense.
And then that’s it. Guess there wouldn’t be much room for something else.
Although a new pair of trousers would be practical.

And afterwards I would have tremendous difficulties borrowing out the equipment for indymedia events, although I really should.
So that would be a good thing not to win- it saves me from a biting and failing conscience to borrow out beloved equipment!

last weeks were so crazy

Filed under: General — @ 6:22 pm

[ from the dept. ]

The last weeks were so crazy.
In a desperate attempt to improve my life I took even part in a competition to get funding to make a documentary film. See here.

Surprisingly enough, I got shortlisted and am now subject of extended theoretical input of how the ruling elite wants us to make documentary films.
First we got shipped- or better trained, to the Sheffield International Film Festival Newcomers Day.



Unfortunately, the Necomers Day proved to be as boring as it can be. Lots of professionals telling you how to adapt best to get into “the industry”.
Luckily I was able to skive off and to watch “Condor- the Axis of Evil”:


“It’s one of the world’s more sinister international exchange initiatives – the collusion of South America’s military dictators to help each other brutally clamp down on dissidents. 25 years before the us launched its own war on terrorism, dictators in Argentina, Paraguay and Chile created Operation Condor to share both prisoners and torture techniques, working through Interpol and the CIA to eradicate any threat to their power. Argentinean director Rodrigo Vasquez’s remarkable access includes first hand testimony not just from the victims and their families, but also from the torturers, including cock-eyed Osvaldo Romo, who smiles crookedly while detailing how long it takes to suffocate a man.”

Anyway, this film saved me reading several biiiig books about the torturer regiment in Latin America and the CIA and USA connection.
And one of the nicest side-effect of the film screening was you got actual in contact with “real people” and it was more practical and realistic and educating for me than the whole hyped Newcomers Day show they put on.
I even met Lucinda. Unfortunately it was just coinciding with the first wave of flu and headache and bad autumn weather so one after the other was falling ill, and Lucinda had to leave in the middle of the film.
Apparantly watching torture reports doesn’t help with headaches.

Another interesting side-effect is that all these professional film people seem to be so incredibly cool, man ! (and woman, of course!).
All the passion and excitement seems to have long be gone.

Every profession and occupation seems to take the fun out of what you do,
if you have to do it the way the capitalist system demands it.

Okay, then I missed the “100 Doors”, a film about a teenage runaway girl, who goes back to the time in her life when she was dependand on the help of others, and who examines now, later in life, why some people helped and other hindered her.
I was quite interested in that particular film, as my hypothesis needs to be developped on how different and how much it matters on matters of equality and accountability towards the film subject, if the person featured in the film can influence its making.
Unfortunately the film didn’t get shown at all.

short intermezzo:

My friend just got icecast working on the sever. We were able to listen to 15 seconds of “Larry O’Hara is stupid” by Stewart Home, before it disconnected. I am so happy. Soon we will have our small little Imc Scotland Internet Radio. I am so happy. We need to get playlist soon, and some audio interviews and get a programme ready.

Back to our little trip to Sheffield.
We got a room in a hotel, and it was maybe the third time ever was staying in a hotel. I didn’t particular like it. It was an old hotel anyway, and the walls and ceiling and the shower curtain were mouldy, and the interior was quite tasteless. It was a cheaper one, but still too expensive, if I would have had to pay for it. But it was nice to stay, to have at least the first warm shower this half year, after camping in Annemasse near Evian at the G8 protest.
Well, luckily, with indymedia, you now seem to get a world-wide protesters accomodation network included with the hard work we do.
Maybe I should earn myself a bit more of accomodation and write another feature, or do the special page “Iraq War” or “Palestine”.
Why I get to talk about accomodation with IMC volunteers?
Because they are the best! And they had the imc-uk-network meeting clashing with the Sheffield International Film Festival, so were the classes with Nick Broomfield and Mark Cousin, we had last weekend.
I was so disappointed I couldn’t go (but relieved at the same time).Anyway, I would have liked to meet everyone, but I don’t like discussions at such meetings. Too often there are more people big-mouthing and wanting to make decisions without doing the necessary work.
And too often decisions are made on behalf of other people who are expected to follow these decisions through.
Hm, it might seem that the grey and rainy weather gets me down again and puts a negative spin on everything I do.

So, what about the next step of the competition?
We have to step in front of a panel of judges who will then pick 4 ideas out of the 16. Personally, I am a bit torn if I want to have my story “told their way”. Originally when I was setting out to make my documentary I wanted it to empower people, I wanted it to be political and WOW!
amazing and although about serious issues, told light-hearted.

Now it seems it gets mangled through the spin doctors.

Hm I hope Ruth gets her idea picked, in fact I guess she will, it is a very strong visual idea. She has got the “chicken and Egg” situation, and wants to have a split screen with on one side a chicken and on the other an egg developping.

I just hope “slimy” doesn’t get into the final 4.
Everybody else, please, but not “slimy”!

Hm, maybe I am just a bit bitch, but the whole “select 4 out of 16″ gets on my nerves. The judges should play the national lottery if they are so keen on numbers.

I also really like the sudanese football players.
I guess they will also pick something to do with food.
There are so many food suggestions, that it suggests there might have been some very hungry judges at work. They could have a whole series on food.
Food is so incredibly unpolitical, I guess the producers will be so keen to have a food theme. Would I pick chips, icecream or table manners?
I liked the icecream poem, so I would probably most likely vote for the icecream.
Then probably something sporty or fun and something social.
well, whatever.
(Of course I would vote for me! Not because of my idea being so brilliant, but because I am so passionate about it.)

October 1, 2003

NEA does Documentary

Filed under: Reviews — Ulla @ 8:05 am

<meta name="GENERATOR" content="OpenOffice.org 2.0 (Linux)" /><meta name="CREATED" content="20060401;9040600" /><meta name="CHANGED" content="16010101;0" /><br /> <style> <!-- @page { size: 8.5in 11in; margin: 0.79in } P { margin-bottom: 0.08in } --> </style> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">Ideasfactory was launched in August in Edinburgh with a weekend full of documentary film screenings. The films were presented, and subsequent discussions led by experienced filmmakers, who ranged from newcomers to professionals from the media, including organisers of the Edinburgh International Film Festival.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in"> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">Lately the Ideasfactory team were guests at the North Edinburgh Arts Centre, where they gave examples of Mark Cousins documentary film manifesto and discussed how a dream to make a film might and can become a reality.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in"> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">In short clips, ranging from Michael Moore’s popular political Oscar winning ‘Bowling for Columbine’ which documented the high school mass murder at the hands of two local students to a musical agitation documentary ‘Now’ about the black civil rights movement. Mark Cousins explains in his manifesto what makes a good documentary film in his view.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in"> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">The idea of Ideasfactory is to encourage 16-34 years-old to make documentary films themselves, and the competition’s prizes are classes in documentary film making and a chance to be selected to have some financial and professional support to make your own idea into a three minute documentary to be shown at the Edinburgh International Film Festival next year, and perhaps on Channel4.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in"> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">The Edinburgh Mediabase team organises community events, classes on film making and free film screenings under the Ideasfactory banner, including free entry into the Saltire Award.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">Although the competition closed on 6<sup>th</sup> of October, the documentary film screenings are to continue.</p> </div> <div class="feedback"> <span>Comments Off</span> </div> 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