The Revolution Televised: Episode 1 – Awakening of a Generation (Video)

Capturing the birth of the political revolution that arose from the ashes of democracy, in the wake of the controversy surrounding the 2016 Democratic Primary. Featuring Bernie Sanders, Jill Stein, Tim Black, Dr. Cornell West, and many more in episodes to follow.

Write Brain Studio’s The Revolution Televised;
Narrated by Viggo Mortensen
Episode 1: Awakening of a Generation:
Concerning the events surrounding the 2016 Democratic Primary and the movement it created.

Created by: Kevin Ronca
Narrated by: Viggo Mortensen
Written by: Kevin Ronca, Demie Santone, and Luc Benson
Executive Producers: Kevin Ronca, Nicholas Damian, and Nick Jasper
Edited by: Demie Santone and Luc Benson
Cinematography by: Walter Diaz
Additional Camera: Akerke Shatekova
Motion Graphics by: Phillip Han
Produced by: Jamila Kerr, Patrick Costello, and Clayton Russell
Special Thanks: Wendy Ronca, Matt Davis, Alex Orea, Ryan Simantel
Music in the order it appeared (Write Brain Studio is using copyrighted material; but this film is NON PROFIT. Any songs associated with the film have no reflection on the artists that created them)

“The Passion of St. Matthew” by Sebastian J Bach
“When the Revolution Come..” by The Last Poets
“Marche Slave” by Pyotr Ilych Tchaikovsky
“Dance of the Knights” by Sergei Prokofiev
“Catch Me If You Can Theme Song” by John Williams
“Lonesome Town” by Ricky Nelson
“Superfly” by Curtis Mayfield
“Requiem Die Irae” by Giuseppe Verdi
“The Queen Is Dead” by The Smiths

Write Brain Studio has created this 100% for non-profit and ALL music rights belong to the artists. 25% of all donations will go to getting clean water to Flint Michigan, getting supplies to Standing Rock, and getting relief to Haiti (all the things the establishment and mainstream media has failed to do)

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