Shorts

These are a few standalone short pieces we or our partners have made.

For videos that reveal actions, are used within actions, or come out of actions, see our hijinks videos page.

How we found out that Dow Chemical was spying on us, and also learned some new dance moves.

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This is an amazing music video using a bunch of footage that never made it into The Yes Men Fix the World. 
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Housing activists in Belfast hosted a Yes Men workshop, and a host of creative actions were spawned to advocate for more affordable housing, and to undermine the forces of gentrification that threaten Belfast’s most vulnerable populations.

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An "Indigenous pipeline company" began demonstratively destroying Duluth, beginning with "sacred remains relocations" at Duluth cemeteries (one clumsy team kept dropping a casket as horrified churchgoers looked on), construction surveys at Duluth…

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For more on this action, see the "behind the curtain" story.

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Likely to be the funniest film you will ever see about the NRA's racism. In it, we impersonate NRA spokespeople and launch a "buy a gun, give a gun program" at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library; antics ensue.

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How we decided to Skip Showers for Beef, and how we went about it.

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Andy comes out as gay in "Kill the Gays" bill Uganda—and makes another stunning revelation as well (at least according to the Youtube description).

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See the project description for the impossibly roundabout story of this, the Yes Men's first project and first video. (Well, actually our third, but the earlier two are even harder to describe.)

 

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