Labor FilmFest 2005
Metropolitan Washington Council, AFL-CIO
American Film Institute
Fonda and Barbara Kopple
Headline DC Labor FilmFest
Fonda will attend a 25th anniversary screening of her film
"Nine to Five" on Saturday September 17th. The event is a benefit for
and the evening's program will include Fonda and Karen Nussbaum, co-founder
of 9 to 5 –– the organization of women office workers.
FREE 9-5 TIX! A limited number of
free tickets are available to next week's screening of Nine
to Five for women office workers, courtesy of The McLaughlin
Company! Nominate someone who works in your office and she could be
a winner! Send names to firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Academy Award-winning director Barbara Kopple
will attend a screening of her Academy Award-winning documentary,
"Harlan County, USA" which will be released on DVD for the
first time this Fall. Kopple will be the 2005 recipient of the Tony
Mazzocchi Labor Arts Award.
We've got a great lineup of films, including:
Il Posto, Maids (Domesticas), Office Space, Living to Work, Mardi Gras:
Made in China, Off to War, The Phantom of the Operator, and Where Do
You Stand?: Stories from an American Mill.
Click here for the schedule and film info.
and assistance ordering tickets and to get the Union Member discount,
The fifth annual DC Labor FilmFest will take place at the American Film
Theatre in Silver Spring, Maryland. For location and transportation
information click here.
thanks to our generous sponsors including our Premiere Sponsor - American
Income Life Insurance Company! For a full list of FilmFest supporters,
FilmFest t-shirts and tickets are available for DC Labor FilmFest volunteers!
Tasks include staffing the will-call table and ushering at screenings.
A very limited number of slots are available; if interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!
information about DC Labor FilmFest 2005,
Katherine Isaac at the
Debs-Jones-Douglass Institute or
Chris Garlock at Metropolitan
Washington Council, AFL-CIO