Workers Unite Film Fest Brings: Free Virtual On-Demand Screenings March 24-31, 2023 in Honor of Women’s History Month

This screening is co-sponsored by the DC Labor FilmFest (Washington, D.C.), the Rochester Labor Film Series (NY), the Socialist Labor Party Hall in Barre (VT), Reel Work Labor Film Festival (CA), the Labor Heritage Foundation (D.C.), and CLUW Coalition of Labor Union Women (D.C.) as part of the Global Labor FilmFest Network (GLFF) 2023 Online Screening Series.

Some of the films available include:

  • Anchor Point – Women have been a force in wildland firefighting since 1942. Still, they remain outnumbered 10-to-1 on the fire lines and do double-duty battling both the infernos that scorch public lands and the smoldering embers of discrimination, misogyny and sexual harassment that continue to suppress their voices. (89 min, 2021)
  • Berta Didn’t Die, She Multiplied! – Berta Cáceres’ death has not silenced the many land defenders fighting for justice, Indigenous Sovereignty, and the planet. (29 min, 2017, Honduras)
  • Spread Thin – The legal fight against pregnancy discrimination has left one woman, a former Google employee, spread thin. (19m, 2022)
  • Aparecides – A young lounge singer reacts to popular uprising in Chile. (16m, 2022, Chile, Narrative)
  • Long Haulers – A documentary that gives agency, voice, and perspective into the world of a female trucker in the U.S. (14m, 2020)
  • La Lucha Sigue – In Honduras, the Lenca and Garífuna land defenders are not backing down, including the daughter of activist Berta Cáceres. (66m, 2021, Honduras)

All films can be viewed for free by getting tickets here!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s