Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Opening: 7:00 PM
Main Event: 7:00 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM
Virtual panel discussion and Q&A with filmmakers on the artistry with which workers carry out their vocations.
Register at bit.ly/RW22May17
This week's featured films available May 11-17 for free on-demand streaming:
Work Songs (Mark Street, 2019, 68 min, USA)
Workers find meaning in their jobs in an unsupportive climate.
Stream on demand at bit.ly/RW22Songs
Weavers (Tejedoras) (Ana Micenmacher, 2021, 16 min, Uruguay)
Uruguayan women figure out a knitting collective to sustain themselves.
Stream on demand at bit.ly/RW22Weavers
The Victorias (Ethan Fuirst, 2021, 15 min, USA)
Union actresses in New York shared a role and a fate.
Stream on demand at bit.ly/RW22Victorias
Don't Put Her Down (Julia Golonka, 2021, 33 min, USA)
Hazel Dickens, the first woman of bluegrass
Stream on demand at bit.ly/RW22Hazel
Active (citizen) (Piotr Goldstein, 2019, 30 min, Serbia)
A Roma refugee from Kosovo constructs a life in Serbia.
Stream on demand at bit.ly/RW22Citizen
Neon Fantasma (Leonardo Martinelli, 2021, 20 min, Brazil)
A bicycle delivery man in Rio learns the dance steps
Stream on demand at bit.ly/RW22Neon
Reel Work Labor Film Festival - see full schedule April 10-May 31, 2022 at REELWORK.ORG