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Here is Madonna's 'SecretProjectRevolution' Short Film: VIDEO


Madonna released a stunning 17-minute black and white, often violent short film collaboration with photographer Steven Klein last night over the file-sharing service BitTorrent dedicated to those who have been persecuted for the color of their skin, their religious beliefs, their artistic expression, gender, or sexual orientation.

Watch the film along with an interview, AFTER THE JUMP...

Said Madonna last week of the film: "My goal is to show by the example of secretprojectrevolution my creative commitment to inspire change in the world through artistic expression. I hope my film and other submissions to Art For Freedom will be a call-to-action and give people a place to voice their own creative expression to help fight oppression, intolerance and complacency."


BoyCulture was at the launch party, and has a full report.


Here's the film:

Get it here on BitTorrent.

Madonna and Eddy Moretti talk about the film:

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  1. Ugh. Another diva with some artpop. Desperate to stay relevant it's on the same level as an ad for American Horror Story. Wasn't very interesting. What is revolutionary about it?

    Posted by: Adam | Sep 25, 2013 7:54:40 AM

  2. Anderson Cooper is a pathetic waste. Waiting till he was 60yo before coming out. Ugh.

    Posted by: MARCUS BACHMANN | Sep 25, 2013 7:58:00 AM

  3. Yawn....I couldn't even sit through all of it....

    Posted by: Jeffrey | Sep 25, 2013 7:58:43 AM

  4. Oh Madonna...I love you so much. But you couldnt act in 1983, nor 1993...2003 and you still cant act in 2013.

    Posted by: SML | Sep 25, 2013 8:24:24 AM

  5. She's just so self absorbed and vapid. Ugh.

    Posted by: Duke | Sep 25, 2013 8:28:05 AM

  6. What the hell does a woman know about male sexuality? Isn't it time we gay guys stopped embracing the female perspective on our sexuality? Just as we shouldn't be accepting the straight male perspective on lesbianism, we should also not be accepting a woman's perspective on our sexuality.

    Go away, Madonna.

    Posted by: Adam | Sep 25, 2013 8:36:44 AM

  7. I'm not the least bit interested in her anymore, sorry to say. I admire her staying power for those who are, though.

    Posted by: Ken | Sep 25, 2013 8:54:02 AM

  8. Isn't it time we gay guys stopped letting idiot trolls like Jason/Adam/Whateverthehellhescallinghimself control the conversation on this site?

    YouTube just announced that they are no longing allowing anonymous comments to end the horrible racism and homophobia that exists there. Towleroad, time to step up and take control of your own comments section.

    Posted by: crispy | Sep 25, 2013 8:59:40 AM

  9. Crispy,

    Must we all love Madonna? Puh-lease.

    She exploited gay men for money, nuff said.

    Posted by: Adam | Sep 25, 2013 9:15:33 AM

  10. That was amazing. Confusing, but amazing.

    Posted by: jdarden | Sep 25, 2013 9:27:32 AM

  11. That face looks freshly stretched and flawless, that part was interesting.

    Her outfit was not age appropriate, however.

    How unfortunate.

    Nobody wants to see Madge vadge.

    Posted by: johnny | Sep 25, 2013 10:08:39 AM

  12. Madonna-
    Once again:
    Damned if you do. Damned if you don't.

    Posted by: Eddie | Sep 25, 2013 10:15:13 AM

  13. Huge turnouts for the premiers in Chicago last night (they had five projected on various buildings in the city between 9pm and midnight.) It's strange and beautiful.

    Posted by: FernLaPlante | Sep 25, 2013 10:49:37 AM

  14. What a strange bunch of comments I just read. You guys, come one. why the hate?

    It was a great little video, I enjoyed it.

    But then again, I'm a fan of hers.

    Posted by: mike | Sep 25, 2013 11:08:56 AM

  15. I meant 'come on'

    Posted by: mike | Sep 25, 2013 11:17:09 AM

  16. Interesting but way too long.

    Posted by: Kucklehead | Sep 25, 2013 11:27:34 AM

  17. Clearly, none of you bitches actually watched the video or the interview. Madonna, while on her last tour, was disgusted by the oppression and hate that she saw in Iran, Russia, France... And the apathy in the US about politics and the right for free speech and voting. She decided to spend her own money, not to promote herself or a product, to speak out against oppression, violence an hatred, and to encourage other artists to express themselves artistically on what freedom means to them. A year or so ago, all of you were complaining that Madonna hasn't don't anything for our community... A pure falsehood, by the way. Now you're saying she is self involved for doing something that is the exact opposite of self involvement. Whether or not you like her or her music, how can anyone begrudge her for speaking her mind and speaking on behalf of people who are oppressed for their religion, sex, age, ability, race, nationality or gender or sexual orientation? She's the only artist brave enough to say this... And you all are so bitter and ungrateful to thank her for it. No wonder she feels there is no compassion in this world. You are just proving her point.

    Posted by: Graphicjack | Sep 25, 2013 11:42:06 AM

  18. i really wanted to enjoy it, to be sucked in and feel something... i like Madonna ... but after 5mins I couldn't watch too draining

    Posted by: Will | Sep 25, 2013 11:49:19 AM

  19. A lot of jaded queens on this site, lol. Personally, I love it! I'm gonna wait and see where this goes.

    Posted by: mikep | Sep 25, 2013 12:02:21 PM

  20. The interview is good. The interviewer is a bit odd and nervous but I like him.

    Posted by: moldy mayonaisse | Sep 25, 2013 12:40:22 PM

  21. She will stop at nothing for the self- aggrandizement.

    That nice ass on the Asian dancer had to be offset with the same old feminization (fan, heels....), of course.

    The bottom line: Nothing really changes.

    Posted by: iban4yesu | Sep 25, 2013 12:47:05 PM

  22. It's very ironic. These comments are the exact thing Madonna is trying to inspire people to stop doing. It's a sad thing.

    Posted by: ROGER B | Sep 25, 2013 1:17:39 PM

  23. iban4yesu - read my comment above... this is NOT about Madonna... this is about her hoping to inspire others to express their opinions about what freedom means to them. It's amazing how willfully people want to ignore her message, which should be a message our community embraces, even if you don't like her personally. You are part of the problem, not part of the solution.

    Posted by: graphicjack | Sep 25, 2013 2:06:00 PM

  24. ... and your divisive comments about femme men/feminist women are just as oppressive as anything Russia, Uganda, Jamaica, so-called Christians, or any of our other enemies throw at us. Let's embrace others as we wish to be embraced... or shut up and accept your oppression as you oppress others.

    Posted by: graphicjack | Sep 25, 2013 2:08:50 PM

  25. Madonna haters are so embarrassing. Waaaa - someone is famous and doing things with their career and their influence for the good of the world. Waaaaa! So inappropriate! She can't act. Waaaaaa! Bunch of assholes.

    Posted by: RR3 | Sep 25, 2013 2:27:33 PM

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