Program 12: Joe Hill's Hideout & Brothers on the Line

  • Cinema Village Theater Three 22 E 12th St New York, NY, 10003 United States

Joe Hill’s Secret Canadian Hideout

Did Wobbly protest singer Joe Hill hide out at the Rossland Miners' Union Hall back in 1912? Is the spirit of the' Man Who Never Died' alive and well in this old British Columbia mining town? Find out by seeing 'Joe Hill's Secret Canadian Hideout.' 9 minutes

Brothers on the Line

A stirring portrait of the lives and legacy of the Reuther Brothers -Walter, Roy and Victor, pioneering labor leaders under the banner of the United Auto Workers Union. Directed by Victor’s grandson, Sasha Reuther and narrated by Martin Sheen, the film follows the brothers as they rise from militant shop-floor organizers to visionary statesmen in collective bargaining, civil rights and international labor solidarity. Brothers on the Line weaves the tale of one family’s quest to compel American democracy to live up to its promises of equality for all. 80 Minutes

Encore Presentation of this important film to celebrate its nationwide digital premiere on iTunes

Q & A with Sasha Reuther, Director