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Title: Reel Work May Day Labor Film Festival
START DATE: Sunday April 27
TIME: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Location Details:
Nickelodeon Theater
210 Lincoln Street, Santa Cruz
Downtown, 4 blocks NW of Metro Center
Event Type: Other
Join us in celebrating the 13th Season of the Reel Work Film Festival, April 25-May 4, 2014.

Sunday, April 27
11 AM - Nickelodeon Theatre, Santa Cruz
SALT OF THE EARTH
(Herbert J. Biberman, 1954, 94 min)
Dramatization of a New Mexico zinc miners strike, which is carried on successfully by the wives when the men are jailed. 60th anniversary of this once-blacklisted B&W classic.

Speaker: Dana Frank, educator & author



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Come join us at Kresge College Seminar Room 159 for Default: the Student Loan Documentary and Documented. These films explore the difficulties associated with being a college student and or dreamer. We are all in this together.

Come join us at Kresge College Seminar Room 159 for Default: the Student Loan Documentary and Documented. These films explore the difficulties associated with being a college student and or dreamer. We are all in this together.
§Reel work presents United Nations Day, 3 films at the RCNV April 30th 2014
by Reel Work Film Festival Tuesday Apr 29th, 2014 8:18 PM
Wednesday April 30th Reel work film festival is proud to present three amazing films United Nations day by Toby Thiermann, ANN KORE MOUN / COLLECTIVE ACTION: A Force for Development (André Vanasse & Jean-Nathan Aristil, 2012, 36 min) and STEALING AFRICA: WHY POVERTY (Christoffer Guldbrandsen, 2012, 58 min).

Wednesday April 30th Reel work film festival is proud to present three amazing films United Nations day by Toby Thiermann, ANN KORE MOUN / COLLECTIVE ACTION: A Force for Development (André Vanasse & Jean-Nathan Aristil, 2012, 36 min) and STEALING AFRICA: WHY POVERTY (Christoffer Guldbrandsen, 2012, 58 min).
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