Program 4: 1199SEIU Free Film Preview Night

  • 1199 SEIU 310 W 43rd St New York, NY, 10036 United States

When The Lights Go Out (8 min -2015) When Hurricane Sandy hit in 2013, many parts of NYC were devastated. The play, co-written by workers who helped to rebuild the city was performed by NYC middle & high school students - some whom were also affected by the storm. The play, conceived and directed by social justice theater artist Noelle Gentile was produced by The Workforce Development Institute & Empire State College.

Story of America: From Bloody Sunday to Moral Mondays (20 min-2015) An excerpt from a work in progress that tries to show how that when opposite sides on America really talk to each other, rather than yell and shout, something amazing is actually possible.   

CARE (60 min)  A Work In Progress film about the lives and struggles of four home health care aides and their daily struggles to maintain dignity and stability in their own lives as they seek to help their elderly clients maintain theirs as well.

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Sunset Cruise (28 min-2015)  When 97-year old Brooklynite Marty and Dee, his 40ish Jamaican home health aide, leave their Florida lives for the open waters of the Caribbean, their connected, conflicting struggles for sex, money, love and dignity come along for the ride.

 

 
 


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