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"What's the weirdest thing that ever happened at your job?" Inspired by the writing of the great Studs Terkel, filmmaker Mark Street interviews cab drivers, longshorewomen, a farmer, a barista and others, from California to New York. What emerges is a kaleidoscopic portrait of the United States at work and of workers' concerns about automation, the gig economy and the decline of unions. (Note adapted from Argot Pictures.) Official Selection, 2020 Beloit International Film Festival.

DC Labor FilmFest

April 30–June 6

Organized and presented by the Metropolitan Washington Council of the AFL-CIO and the AFI Silver, the DC Labor FilmFest features a wide-ranging selection of films about work, workers and the wider issues affecting workers' lives. This year, for its 20th edition, the festival goes virtual, presenting a lineup of outstanding work-related cinema online for audiences in the Washington, DC, area and beyond. 

  • Year
  • Runtime
    68 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Rating
  • Director
    Mark Street
  • Screenwriter
    Mark Street
  • Producer
    Mark Street