May 8th-23rd Kicks Off WUFF’s 9th Season in NYC
Submissions for #WUFF9 Are Now Open! bit.ly/SubmitWUFF9
Congratulations to All the #WUFF8 Winners!
Special Jury Award
Who Killed Lt. Van Dorn? - Directed by Zachary Stauffer
Somewhere to Be - Directed by Peter Odabashian
Best Documentary Feature
Union Time: Fighting for Workers' Rights - Directed by Matthew Barr
Honorable Mention • Documentary Feature
Undeterred - Directed by Eva Lewis
Best Narrative Feature
Final Cutz - Directed by Liam Lockhart
Honorable Mention • Narrative Feature
The Manhattan Front - Directed by Cathy Lee Crane
Best Narrative Short
Lambeth Lights - Directed by Luca Bertoluzzi
Honorable Mention • Narrative Short
Division Ave - Directed by Tamar Glezerman
Best Documentary Short (tie)
The Reason We’re Still Here - Directed by Sofia Smith Hale
White Sauce Hot Sauce - Directed by Salah Anwar
Summaries for each on the 2019 Films and Directors list.
WUFF Submissions Are Open for 2020! Enter Your Film Today.
The Workers Unite Film Festival is a celebration of Global Labor Solidarity.
The Festival aims to showcase student and professional films from the United States and around the world which publicize and highlight the struggles, successes and daily lives of all workers in their efforts to unite and organize for better living conditions and social justice.
We are a not-for-profit -501(c)(3) organization
The 9th season of the Workers Unite Film Festival is poised to be the biggest and best yet, with more attendees, more venues, more creative energy and many more submissions. With over 30 programs throughout NYC and over 60 films and events, WUFF has grown to be one of the largest worker/labor dedicated cultural events in the country.
Proud to Announce the Winners of the 2019 Working Lives Screenplay Contest:
Homestead by Lindsay Waite
Honorable Mention - Screenplay
Henryk In Camouflage by Jason Chertoff
WUFF is honored to receive the following 2019 Grants:
- Manhattan Community Award Program (MCAP) Grant from the Manhattan Borough President’s Office
- Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) Creative Engagement Award
- Harry Kelber Fellowship Award from the Harry Van Arsdale Jr. Center for Labor Studies, SUNY Empire State
Thank you to the National Writers Union (UAW Local 1981) for judging our Working Lives Screenplay Contest.