Franklin López

Franklin López is an anarchist filmmaker from occupied Borikén (Puerto Rico.) He has produced hundreds of videos and short films under the banner, a website he has been curating since 2000. He is most well known for “It’s the end of the world as we know it and I feel fine” his snarky web news/comedy series followed by thousands.

His work also includes mash-ups, music videos and political documentaries. In 2011 Frank toured around the world with his feature film “END:CIV”, presenting it in over 150 venues in 18 countries. In 2013 he released “Street Politics 101”, a documentary of the street actions that took place during the Quebec student strike of 2012.

Most recently he teamed up with indigenous organizer Amanda Lickers to produce a short about resistance to tar sands pipelines in the East. Frank now resides in Montréal and you may view all his films free of charge at


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