SubMedia is an anarchist video collective based in Montreal. Founded in 1994, they have been putting out high-quality video for more than two decades, featuring satirical takes on the news, “riot porn”, explanations of anarchist concepts, calls to action, and more, always with a strong dose of humour.Continue reading From Embers: Talking SubMedia with JR
On February 1, 2019, the Enough is Enough Info-Café will organize a screening of Submedia’s Trouble 17: Mad worlds. The screening will start at 07:30pm (19:30). Enough is Enough Info-Café, Wiesenstraße 48, 42105 Wuppertal, German territory.Continue reading Enough is Enough Info-Café – Screening of Trouble 17: Mad Worlds
On January 4 (19:30) we organize a screening of Submedia’s Trouble 16: “Conspiracy to Riot” in the Enough is Enough Info-Café in the Wiesenstrasse 48 in Wuppertal (German territory). After the video screening we will discuss the J20 resistance and the solidarity against the massive repression.Continue reading Enough is Enough Info-Café: Screening Trouble 16: Conspiracy to Riot
Submedia video about the case of the J20 resistance.
Original anonymous communiqué by the Henri Paul* Anti-Monarchy Brigade, shared with subMedia.
Submedia video from May Day 2018 in Montreal.
Montreal: Anarchists clashed with cops during the 22nd annual march against police brutality on March15.
Quebec: The C.O.B.P. has been inviting all citizens to participate in demonstrations aiming to express anger towards the fact that the Quebec Police corps feeds off of repression, profiling and brutality. Each year, we issue several claims pertaining to the police’s intervention methods, their abuse and the impunity that is of second nature to their profession.
On this, the 50th anniversary of the global uprisings of 1968, subMedia pays homage to the insurgent youth who helped kick things off a half-century ago by taking a look at some contemporary student-led movements that are still tearing things up around the world. In this month’s episode of Trouble, the first of a two-part series on radical student movements, sub.Media talks to a number of current and former student organizers from so-called Puerto Rico, Quebec and Chile as they share their experiences from the high-points of past struggles and provide hard-fought lessons that can help prepare a new generation for the battles to come.
Sub.media is excited to announce the launch of Trouble, a brand-new monthly show offering an in-depth anarchist analysis of current struggles, tactics and movement dynamics. Trouble will broadcast first-hand accounts and perspectives from organizers on the ground, with the aim of cutting through the fog of misinformation that often clouds our understanding of the world, and provoking people into taking bold, collective action.