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24:Conspiracy is an upcoming live-action dramatic series created for 3G mobile phones by Twentieth Century Fox.
The concept is based on the popular TV-series '24' but the characters will be different and each of the 24 episodes will only last 1 minute.
24:Conspiracy will be available to Vodafone users in 23 countries, beginning in the United Kingdom on Jan. 30, 2005
This movie directed by Dan Olman follows the anti-corporate activist-pranksters called The Yes Men as they impersonate World Trade Organization spokesmen on TV and at business conferences around the world.
The story begins when Andy and Mike create a fake WTO website. Some visitors don’t notice the site is a fake, and send speaking invitations meant for the real WTO. Delighted to speak for the organization they oppose, Mike and Andy accept the invitations and soon find themselves attending important functions as WTO representatives.
The Surveillance Camera Players is a New York based group that was formed in protest against the use of surveillance cameras in public places.
The group manifests its opposition by performing specially adapted plays (such as George Orwell's 1984) in front of the surveillance camaras in subways, on the streets, in public buildings etc.
The Players have been entertaining big brothers since 1996 and besides performing live they also organizes Surveillance Camera Outdoor Walking Tours in New York City.
Nothing So Strange is a mockumentary (faux documentary) that follows the group Citizens for Truth in their search for the truth behind Bill Gates' assasination on December 2, 1999.
In order to give the plot an extra dimension of authenticity, director Brian Flemming designed a string of phony websites dedicated to conspiracy theories and memorials related to Bill Gates' assasination. One of the sites was supposedly made so believable that it fooled a Korean journalist and subsequently put the local stock market on hold until the mistake was discovered.
Nothing So Strange has been hyped as an anti-Bill Gates film but the director is merely hijacking Gates' persona in order to tell a story about group organisation and internal conflicts.