A Fight For, arising from the delicate context of the occupation of the platform in front of the Ljubljana Stock Exchange in 2011 and 2012, encourages a chronic need to rethink the role, the meaning and the spectacle-based connotations of (documentary) filming and reproducing edited footage. One of the questions that the article raises concerns the obscurity of a camera in a protest, and the consequences of historicisation, authorship, the production of images and the culturalisation of protesting, wishing to indicate the possible ways of self-organised filmmaking and point out the paradox of abolishing film for the sake of film-as-politics.

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