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Due to the March 23, 2020 NM DOH Public Health Order, These Event Listings Are Not Accurate!
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Santa Fe Labor Film Festival

Friday May 1, 2015

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1420 Cerrillos Rd.
Santa Fe, NM 87505
US

Cost:

Pay what you wish

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Featuring films, panels and events that inform, educate, motivate and celebrate labor through the moving image arts and cinematic world.

See also: Reel World

Power to the projector

New Mexico labor and film industry organizations have partnered to kick off the first annual Santa Fe Labor Film Festival this May Day weekend. Everything gets started at 5pm on Friday, May 1, with an opening night gala, a dinner and a screening of the 2014 Lionsgate biopic Cesar Chavez starring Michael Peña. Events pick up again on Saturday morning at 10am with an open casting call for cars. That’s right, you can audition your personal vehicle to appear in a locally shot motion picture. That’s followed by brunch and several more film screenings, including The Hand That Feeds (11am), a “Labor Shorts” program (2pm) and Schoolidarity (5pm). Sunday starts with a workshop on how to become a film crew union member (10am). Screenings of Desert Rose (11am), Salt of the Earth (2pm) and Shadows of Liberty (5pm) close out the weekend. All events take place at the Center for Progress and Justice (1420 Cerrillos Rd. in Santa Fe). Admission is on a donate-what-you-wish basis. For more information on films and events, go to santafelaborfilmfestival.com.

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