Globalization and the factory town
My friend Vivian Kleiman's film, Maquilopolis, or "Factory Town," is screening in San Francisco. I can't wait. Read on...
We're thrilled to announce the San Francisco Bay Area premiere of
a film by Vicky Funari and Sergio De La Torre
Two days at the MadCat Women's International Film Festival:
Thursday Sept 21
Oakland's Grand Lake Theater, 7:30 pm
This screening is co-sponsored by Global Exchange and the Wellstone Democratic Renewal Club. Proceeds go to benefit these organizations.
Filmmakers and Film Subjects in Person
**A piercing look at globalization through the eyes of Mexican factory workers.**
Making explicit the slogan "knowledge equals power,"
MAQUILAPOLIS is the rare activist documentary
that really does empower the individual
women at the heart of its story.
--Jay Weissberg, Variety
Sunday September 24, 7:30pm
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco
Please spread the word to your Bay Area friends, family and colleagues.
We hope to see you on September 21!
VENUE & TICKET INFO:
Grand Lake Theater
3200 Grand Avenue in Oakland
Thurs, Sept 21, 7:30 pm Tix: $10.
Advance tickets available by calling (415) 255-7296
Mastercard and visa accepted only in advance of the screening.
Cash or Debit at the door.
(510) 452-3556, www.grandlaketheater.com
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
701 Mission St. @ Third in San Francisco
Sun, Sept 24, 7:30 pm Tix: $9. Cash or Credit Cards.
Tix available in advance or at the door.
(415) 978-2700, www.ybca.org
Technorati Tags: factory town, maquilopolis, indy film, documentaries, vivian kleiman, globalization, labor, migration, mexico,