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ANCHOR POINT is a documentary film about women trying to change the culture of firefighting on our nation’s public lands. It’s a story told through the eyes of Kelly and Lacey, women whose careers have been forged by grit and perseverance. They’re deeply connected to the wildland they protect and determined to build an equitable workplace, free from discrimination and assault.

Anchor Point is partnering with the Women-in-Fire Prescribed Fire Training Exchange (WTREX) and other organizations to support the development of future female wildland firefighters and leaders.

“Women in the US Forest Service love what they do. But they also describe a toxic male environment that tolerates, and even promotes, their harassers.” — The Guardian

This screening is co-sponsored by the DC Labor FilmFest (Washington, D.C.), the Rochester Labor Film Series (NY), the Socialist Labor Party Hall in Barre (VT), Reel Work Labor Film Festival (CA), the Labor Heritage Foundation (D.C.), and CLUW Coalition of Labor Union Women (D.C.) as part of the Global Labor FilmFest Network (GLFF) 2023 Online Screening Series.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    89 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Holly Tuckett
  • Producer
    Flying Hat Productions