The Workers Unite Film Festival has returned for its 10th year (October 8-20). It is the largest worker solidarity-themed film festival in the nation, screening dozens of feature-length and short films by and about working people around the world. For the fifth year, there will be a showcase of short films created by apprentice electricians from SUNY Empire State College Harry Van Arsdale Jr. School of Labor Studies.
Click here for the festival’s full schedule. Please note that proof of vaccination and masks are required to gain entry to in-person screenings at Manhattan’s Cinema Village, and virtual screenings will continue through October 20.