The 4th annual May Day Labor Film Festival , "Reel Work" Begins on Sunday April 24th, 2005 and runs through May 1st in Santa Cruz County, USA. Reel Work features films, speakers and discussions highlighting the historical victories and ongoing struggles of labor movements all across the globe. This year's festival includes premier screenings of an important new film on the infamous Centralia Massacre of 1919 as well as a new film on the Wal- Martization of the US economy. The special theme of this year's Reel Work is the 100th anniversary of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) a radical union of immigrants, the unskilled and unemployed formed to challenge the worst ravages of capitalism. The festival concludes with a May Day march and gala celebration dinner hosted by the Monterey Bay Central A schedule is available from www.reelwork.org which will list the times, dates, locations, movies, speakers and a small synopsis of each film. Volunteers are needed! For further information, please contact Paul Ortiz (contact information follows).
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