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Screening Of "The Gas Is Not For Sale" & Labor Media Meeting
Date Saturday February 19
Time 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
New College is located near the corner of Valencia & 19th St. in San Francisco
Event Type Screening
Organizer/AuthorLabortech
2/19SF Screening "The Gas Is Not For Sale"
by LaborFest Sunday, Feb. 06, 2005 at 8:07 AM
laborfest@laborfest.net 415-642-8066 Box 40983, SF, CA 94140
A premier screening of "The Gas Is Not For Sale" by the Bolivian labor videography group Tecer Mundo will be screened in a benefit for the Latin American Working Class Film and Video Festival in El Alto, Bolivia this coming October. There will also be presentations on labor media.

"The Gas Is Not For Sale"
By Tercer Mundo Labor Video Group of Bolivia

First Screening Screening In US and In Commemoration Of The 2003 Rebellion

Saturday February 19, 2005 7:00 PM
New College 766 Valencia St. SF

This powerful film recounts the massive rebellion of miners, teachers, indigenous people and women in Bolivia in February 2003 against the privatization and sale of the country’s gas to Chile and for export to the United States. This privatization was the direct result of the US/IMF privatization policies. The Bolivian army was called in to repress the people and over 33 were murdered and hundreds were wounded.
This important film will also be followed by a labor music video from Bolivia.
Tercer Mundo. an independent labor video collective from El Alto, Boliva along with other labor media groups in Bolivia will be issuing the call for the first Latin American Working Class Film and Video Festival in Bolivia this coming October 2005. This event will help benefit their festival in Bolivia this coming October. The first festival was held in Buenos Aires last November http://www.felco.ojoobrero.org and plans are being made to bring the festival to the bay area this coming July 2005. http://www.laborfest.net
$5.00 Donation Requested (no one turned away due to lack of funds)
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Labor Media Educational Forum
Labor Media Media Presentations & Discussion Prior to Video Screening
Saturday February 19, 2005 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
New College 766 Valencia St./19th St. SF Free

There will also be a Labor Media Forum with Dr Andrew Vandenberg, Lecturer at Deakin University of Australia and labor videographer and teacher Lynn Werner.
Dr. Vandenberg will report on how by using the internet, local unions branches can articulate vertically with national and global union bodies, and articulate horizontally with social movements in other arenas of conflict.
http://www.deakin.edu.au/fac_arts/faculty/Default.php?StaffDetail=true&SectionId=35&UserId=247
Also Labor Videographer and teacher Lynn Werner will also make a presentation on the use of labor media with trade unionists and the farmers in Colombia. She will show samples of her video work as well.


Endorsed by Labor Tech, The East Bay Labor Media Center, New College, LaborFest, Labor Video Project, TV214, Laney College Labor Studies Club
For information call (415)282-1908 or (415)437-3494
lvpsf@labornet.org
mchurch66@hotmail.com
http://www.labortech2004.org
http://www.laborfest.net
Added to the calendar on Monday Feb 7th, 2005 5:50 AM
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