Barbershop Punk: A Movie About Net Neutrality [Video]

Facebook fan Georgia Archer is one-half of the two-woman team heading up the Barbershop Punk documentary project. The duo is Kickstarting funds for the film, which features interviews with  Damian Kulash of OK Go, Janeane Garofalo, Henry Rollins, Ian MacKaye and many others.

BARBERSHOP PUNK is an independent feature length documentary directed by two women and inspired by the journey of one man who challenged the status-quo and showed us all what it means to B Punk. Filmed all over the country and edited in our living rooms, it’s the little-film-that-could, approaching the Net Neutrality debate on a personal level, and questioning the authority of behind-closed-door agreements that directly affect your free speech and first amendment rights on the internet.

Emboldened by a hard fought and award-winning festival run (SXSW, AFI Silverdocs, Denver STARZ, IFF Watch Docs, AFI Fest, Sidewalk, Vermont to list a few), we’ve realized that the free speech issues raised by this film are big and need to be brought to the attention of a MUCH larger audience.

If you’d like to see Barbershop Punk in wide release, head over to the Kickstarter and help B Punk out.

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One Response to Barbershop Punk: A Movie About Net Neutrality [Video]

  1. Yes, I'd rather have the true Big Brother (government) controlling the internet and all information within! That sounds like a much better idea! After all, It's worked so well throughout history. /s

    I'm embarrassed that I used to think Henry was intelligent.. granted I was 13 at the time.