If the only footage from Occupy Wall Street you've seen involves police pepper-spraying, beating, or arresting people, you should watch this great Alex Mallis short film, which focuses on the "micro-community" that's arisen in Zuccotti Park over the last three weeks and that (as a friend puts it) "captures the vibe" of the occupation's day-to-day existence. You'll see the nightly General Assembly (you can hear the "people's mic" in action); the ubiquitous handrolled cigarettes; the "people's library"; the folks behind the popular live stream; and, yes, the drum circle guys. The only thing missing is the McDonald's bathroom that holds the occupation together. [via Boing Boing]