Winners for Workers Unite Film Festival 2019!

We are proud to announce the winners for #WUFF8.

Special thanks to all the filmmakers who came out to support their film and help bring in a good audience. We’ve had another wonderful year, screening at Cinema Village, NYS Public Employees Federation (PEF), Workers United of NY & NJ, Empire State College, DC 1707, Penn South, and the Park Church Co-op.

Audience Favorite

Somewhere to Be - Directed by Peter Odabashian

Special Jury Award

Who Killed Lt. Van Dorn? - Directed by Zachary Stauffer

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

Honorable Mention • Documentary Short (tie)

Trouble Finds You - Directed by Stephanie Tangkilisan

Dad Milks Cows in Texas - Directed by Ramon Galvan

Best Film from the Frontlines

50 Days: The 2018 Chicago Hotel Workers' Strike - Directed by Eve Saxon

Honorable Mention • Film from the Frontlines (tie)

Labor & Rights: Local 1 Union Plumbers - Directed by Kizi Lewis

My Sister In the Workplace - Directed by Scott Pullman

Best Screenplay

Homestead - Written by Lindsay Waite

Honorable Mention • Screenplay

Henryk in Camouflage - Written by Jason Chertoff

Trailers below:

Union Time: Fighting for Workers’ Rights

Who Killed Lt. Van Dorn?


Trouble Finds You

Division Ave

White Sauce Hot Sauce

The Manhattan Front

Final Cutz

Lambeth Lights

Somewhere to Be

Dad Milks Cows In Texas

The Reason We’re Still Here

Read summaries on the 2019 Films and Directors List.