Directed by Barbara Kopple. This gripping, you-are-there, Oscar-winning documentary captures a 1973 coal miners’ strike in rural Kentucky that lasted more than a year and eventually turned violent. The movie was added to the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry in 1990.
(USA, 1977, color, 35mm, 103 min.)
Screening co-sponsored by the United Labor Agency and North Shore Federation of Labor.
Special admission $11; CMA members and card-carrying union members $8.