This year, Labor Goes to the Movies will examine the theme “Regime/Resistance.” The film series begins with a screening of Michael Moore’s Where to Invade Next (2015) on Fri., Sept. 15 in the PSC Union Hall (61 Broadway, 16th floor). In the film, Moore visits nine countries with better systems for dealing with an array of social and political problems. Doors open at 6 PM. Light refreshments provided. There is a $4 suggested donation. To see the 2017-18 Labor Goes to the Movies schedule, click here.
Guest Speaker: Carolyn Strachan is an Australian filmmaker whose films range from avant-garde to political documentaries. She is noted for her film work with Australian Aboriginal communities culminating in the groundbreaking film Two Laws. She was a director of the Sydney Filmmakers Cooperative, on the editorial board of Filmnews, an Australian film journal, and a member of the Sydney Women’s Film Workshop and the Feminist Film Workers. In the U.S., she has served on the selection committee for the Nantucket Film Festival. She is a film writer, a member of the selection committee of Labor Goes to the Movies, and teaches film at Hunter College.