The Workers Unite Film Festival is backing Citizen Blain Productions in their effort to help bring the story of Walmart Workers to the big screen. Co-Producers Michael Blain and Kiley Kraskouskas are seeking your support as well to help make their film revealing Walmart’s oppressive tactics towards workers a reality.
The film is called “Can’t Take it No More” and it follows various Walmart workers who were fired and abused by the Walmart establishment. The film details how Walmart takes advantage of their employees while making a fortune and how Walmart employees are fighting back. You can check out the trailer and kickstarter campaign here
In an effort to make “Can’t Take it No More” a reality, the Workers Unite Film Festival has decided to sweeten the deal by adding a couple more incentives. Until 11:55pm on June 18th you can make a pledge to support this film and receive a complementary perk from Workers Unite Film Festival. $30 gets you a shirt, $50 gets a special screening of a the top two films from 2015 Workers Unite Film Festival in New York City and a sneak peek at “Can’t Take it no More!” and $65 gets you a full 10 day pass to the Workers Unite Film Festival in May of 2015. You are welcome to donate more than the suggested donation and check out their kickstarter campaign for the full list of options. Details about the Workers Unite Film Festival perk are listed below
WORKERS UNITE FILM FESTIVAL T-SHIRT. Get the official 2014 Workers Unite Film Festival t-shirt! Includes a digital download of "Can’t Take It No More!"
WORKERS UNITE SPECIAL SCREENING. Enjoy a special screening with the top two films from the 2015 Workers Unite Film Festival in New York City (travel not included), along with a sneak peek scene from "Can’t Take It No More!" Screening to be attended by "Can't Take It No More!" co-producers Michael Blain and Kiley Kraskouskas, plus the filmmakers from the featured films.
WORKERS UNITE FILM FESTIVAL PASS. Get the full 10-day pass to the Workers Unite Film Festival in New York City in May of 2015! (travel not included). Plus a DVD of "Can’t Take It No More!"