Film



  • July 24 @ 6:00 pm
    at Plumbers Hall

    The River Ran Red : (58 min.) 2012 / And Report on Labor in the Schools

    Free | Director: Steffi Domike and Nicole Fauteux, and Labor in the Schools | The violence that erupted at Carnegie Steel’s giant Homestead mill near Pittsburgh on July 6, 1892, caused a congressional investigation and trials for treason, motivated a nearly successful assassination attempt on Fric...




  • July 25 @ 7:00 pm
    at 518 Valencia

    Film: Where Are You Buddy? (25 min.) 2017, Turkey

    Free | Director: Kazim Kizil | With discussion - The Fight to Defend Academics and Journalists in Turkey: The growth of child labor in Turkey and around the world is exploding. The U.S. invasion of Iraq and Libya, the war in Syria, and now the U.S. supported bombing of Yemen, are creating millions o...




  • July 26 @ 6:00 pm
    at SF Main Library – Koret Auditorium

    Film: Bridging Urban America (87 min.) 2016

    Free | Director: Basia Myszynski and Leonard Myszynski | This biography celebrates Ralph Modjeski, the chief engineer for the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Modjeski designed bridges that had significant impact on urban development and commerce. The film is a tribute to innovative engineering and...




  • July 28 @ 7:00 pm
    at 518 Valencia

    Film: Care (60 min.) 2016 / Panel of Homecare and Disabled Care Workers

    Free | Director: Deirdre Fishel & The Defense of Our Elderly and Panel of Homecare and Disabled Care Workers | A panel discussion follows after the film: Brett Miller, SEIU 1021; Brad Wiedmaier, SEIU Local 2015 California long term care; moderated by David Duckworth SEIU 1021.




  • July 30 @ 6:00 pm
    at ILWU Local 34 Hall

    Film: Iron Moon (84 min.) 2015, China / Play On (83 min.) 2017, S.Korea

    Free | Director: Xiaoyu Qin and Feiyue Wu (Iron Moon), Director: Gyuri Byun (Play On) | The new film from China Iron Moon is a powerful artistic view of the massive industrialization of China through the eyes and words of the workers who have made the new China. At Foxconn, which has over 200,000 wo...