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Call for Labor Videos & Films
International Working Class Film & Video Festival
The deadline to submit all videos for next LaborFest is May 5, 2008
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The International Working Class Film and Video Festival is launcing a national & international call for labor documentaries, dramatic works or animations.

The videos should illuminate the issues facing working people and the unemployed. They could include the effects on working people of the war in Iraq, repression and democratic rights for working people, the crisis facing retired workers and the growing Wal-Martization of the economy.

If submitted from outside the US, we prefer work that either contain captions or an English voice over, however, we will accept all submissions. if work is submitted in languages other than English, a printed narration is requested.

It will be accepted in PAL or NTSC.

Producers of the videos screened will also invited to present their videos at the festival screenings.

Please mail the following:
1) Application form
2) Video/Films
3) Any publicity materials if you have (poster/pictures/reviews etc.)
4) If you want your tape to be returned, please include self addressed envelope with postage)

Mail these to:
LaborFest/International Working Class Film & Video Festival
PO Box 720027
San Francisco, CA 94172

For more information:
Call (415) 282-1908, E-mail:, or



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Canadian Association Of Labor Media

The DC Labor Film Festival


Reel Work May Day Film Festival


Labor News Production

Labor Heritage Foundation

Labor Beat


LabourStart News Service


Workers Independent News

Video Press

Workers World Radio Production
S. Africa

Working TV British Columbia

Manchester Banner Theater

Mayworks Festival
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Mayworks Festival
Toronto, Candada

MayWorks Saskatoon, Canada

Mayworks! Montréal

The Working Theater
New York

SEIU 1199 Cultural Project
New York

Chicago Labor and Arts Festival