We feel the first film is particularly relevant to the the Occupy movement, as it deals with a mass uprising that happened in 2006 in Oaxaca, Mexico wherein the population set up a 6 month encampment in the main square of Oaxaca City demanding the resignation of the corrupt and authoritarian governor.
Un Poquito de Tanta Verdad (A Little Bit of So Much Truth)
In the summer of 2006, a broad-based, non-violent, popular uprising exploded in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. Some compared it to the Paris Commune, while others called it the first Latin American revolution of the 21st century.
But it was the people's use of the media that truly made history in Oaxaca. A 90-minute documentary, Un Poquito de Tanta Verdad captures the unprecedented media phenomenon that emerged when tens of thousands of school teachers, housewives, indigenous communities, health workers, farmers, and students took 14 radio stations and one TV station into their own hands, using them to organize, mobilize, and ultimately defend their grassroots struggle for social, cultural, and economic justice.