The First Annual Social and Economic Justice Film Festival is almost here and it will take place online on January 23rd and 24th, 2021! By purchasing tickets for this event, you will help us raise funds to launch a Center for Social and Economic Justice in the Redstone Labor Temple.
The Film Festival supports a long-term campaign to acquire the Redstone Labor Temple to ensure that this historic building continues to be a community and workers’ center as it has for more than a hundred years.
You can choose between these options and enjoy a unique selection of 30 independent films while you support our cause.
One-day pass: You can choose between Saturday or Sunday tickets.
Two-day pass: Access to both days.
Award Show: Exclusive access to the award show.
Solidarity Tickets: Access to two-day pass and award show.
Si Se Puede Tickets: Access to two-day pass, award show ticket and a beautiful digital program in an interactive PDF.
Social and Economic Justice Tickets: Access to two-day pass, award show ticket, a beautiful digital program in an interactive PDF, a signed poster by the film directors, along with a shout-out during the ending of the festival.
SEJ Film Festival Supporter Tickets: Access to two-day pass, award show ticket, a beautiful digital program in an interactive PDF, a signed poster by the film directors, along with a shout-out during the ending of the festival and a shout-out during the award show on behalf of the entire committee.
Don’t miss out on these great eye-opening films!
Let us introduce you to our schedeule:
1PM: Opening Remarks/Presentation
1:10PM: Exodus (20min)
1:35PM: Sun under the feet (23:14min)
2:05PM: I, another experience in labor justice (1:10:00min)
3:35PM: Bark (19:00min)
4:00PM: A few words or prerecorded music
4:05PM: F.T.P (33:09:00min)
4:45PM: A few words or prerecorded music
4:50PM: Between Hell and Paradise( 15:00min)
5:10PM: Allen, Sacrifice Zone (14:33min)
5:30PM: Black Lens (8:00min)
5:45PM: Common Roots (11:00min)
6:00PM: A Wound that never heals (24:00min)
6:30PM: Voice of the Voiceless (7:30min)
6:45PM: Mask (5:00min)
6:55PM: Wow, Women on Wheels (26:00min)
7:25PM: Living in the Gap (13:09min)
7:40PM: A Few words or prerecorded music
7:50PM: Join the Revolution (29:26min)
8:35PM: Union Time- Fighting for workers rights!
12PM: Opening remarks/Presentation
12:10PM: Precursor (8:43min)
12:25PM: The Gap (15:00min)
12:50PM: Miners (41:00min)
1:40PM: Presentation or Performance
1:50PM: Halal (14:00min)
2:10PM: A few words or Prerecorded music
2:15PM: Undocumented and Unafraid (1:35:00)
2:55PM: Presentation or Performance
4:10PM: The end of the way (10:00min)
4:25PM: Diwata (7:58min)
4:40PM: A week in June (5:48min)
4:50PM: The Orphan Lute (6:59min)
5:00PM: A few words
5:05PM: Dreamhood (1:29:00)
6:40PM: A few words or Prerecorded Music
6:45PM: Tonino (14:42min)
7:00PM: CIES: Border Prison (20:54min)
7:25PM: Standing with Standing Rock (26:00min)
8:05PM: Closing Film Strike-Fighting for a future
9:30PM: Awards Ceremony