Workers Unite! Film Festival—May 7-27th

The Workers Unite! Film Festival is a non-for-profit organization intended to publicize and highlight the struggles, successes and daily lives of all workers in their efforts to unite and organize for better living conditions and social justice through student and professional films. 

This year marks its 4th consecutive year, and will showcase 45 films in 21 days—from May 7th to 27th. 
Opening night is May 8th at Cinema Village and looks at the battle to save historic jobs  in the NYC horse carriage battle in the world premier of Working Horses, followed by the powerful A Day’s Work examining the deadly issue of poorly ftrained temp workers in the construction industry, now a multi-billion dollarfindustry in the U.S.
On May 14th, WUFF focuses on the fair treatment of immigrants to the US by screening The Hand That Feeds and Food Chains, two prize-winning films that take a look at the exploitation rampant in U.S. food production industries.
For a full list of films, locations and schedules, click here.
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Locations vary.
Tickets: $7 per show, $12 for a full day of films, $22 for any two days and $75 for all 20 days, with a student /senior discount for the full event pass at $50.