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FILM SCREENINGS

  • Workers Newsreel Unemployment Special

    1930. USA. Film and Photo League, in cooperation with Workers International Relief (Mezhrabpom). 7 min.

  • Bonus March

    1932. USA. Film and Photo League, in cooperation with Workers International Relief (Mezhrabpom). 12 min.

  • Passaic Textile Strike

    1926. USA. Made by the American branch of Workers International Relief (WIR). 70 min.

Friday, April 27, 2012, 4:00 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2



  • Workers Newsreel Unemployment Special

    1930. USA. Film and Photo League, in cooperation with Workers International Relief (Mezhrabpom). Edited by Leo Seltzer. 7 min.

  • Bonus March

    1932. USA. Film and Photo League, in cooperation with Workers International Relief (Mezhrabpom). Edited by Leo Seltzer. 12 min.

  • Passaic Textile Strike

    1926. USA. Made by the American branch of Workers International Relief (WIR). This account of the yearlong strike by workers, mainly immigrants, in the mills around Passaic begins with an "acted" introduction explaining the need for a job action, but much of the film is a document of the strike itself, which had not ended by the time film was finished. 70 min.

Program is approximately 90 minutes.

In the Film exhibition Mezhrabpom: The Red Dream Factory

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