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|Reel Work labor film festival 2016 day #5 Theme : Weconomics|
|Date||Monday April 25|
|Time||7:00 PM - 5:00 AM|
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|Monday, April 25 7 pm • SEIU Union Hall, Santa Cruz|
|Organizer/Author||Reel Work Labor Film Fest|
Monday, April 25
7 pm • SEIU Union Hall, Santa Cruz
(Melissa Young & Mark Dworkin, 2015, 19 min, Italy, USA)
A region in northern Italy provides a glimpse of how cooperatives can play a central role in the economy, including social services, and help create a more equitable society.
(Ron Verzuh, 2015, 19 min, Canada)
Recalling the history of the blacklisted film in the context of a screening in a small Canadian town where Salt was shown 60 years earlier.
Joe Hill’s Secret Canadian Hideout
(Ron Verzuh, 2014, 8 min, Canada)
Did Wobbly protest singer Joe Hill hide out at the Rossland Miners’ Union Hall back in 1912? Is the spirit of the “Man Who Never Died” alive and well in this old British Columbia mining town?
(Marissa Aroy, 2014, 30 min, USA)
The story of the Filipino farmworkers who precipitated the Great Grape Strike in 1965 and joined forces with other workers to create the United Farm Workers.