Film Festival: Struggles – Justice – Rights

Posted April 22nd, 2011

Carol Shields Auditorium, Millennium Library,
251 Donald Street | Suggested donation $5.00

Mayworks, Canadian Dimension Magazine and
Cliff (labour) film festival with the Support of the
Millennium Public Library proudly present A Film
Festival: Struggles – Justice – Rights.
A selection of features and shorts from the 2010
Cliff film festival will be featured, in addition to
other notable films from 2010. Featured films will
be screened on May 3, May 16 and May 24.

Featured Films:
Beneath Black Skies
In 1902, Australia’s largest industrial disaster
killed 96 men and boys and left 120 children
fatherless. This labour history tracks how
Australia’s first mineral export, coal, shaped
the men and women who lived the mining life…
beneath black skies.

Colombia is the trade union murder capital of
the world. Since 2002, more than 470 workers’
leaders have been killed by paramilitaries hired
by companies intent on crushing the unions.
Among these corporate brands is… Coca-Cola.

Hosted by David Camfield