Canadian Labour International Film Festival 2016
16 November 2016 in Media
The Canadian Labour International Film Festival tells the stories of workers—unionised and non-unionised. CLiFF is the stage and the voice of those who seek justice on the job and dignity in their workplace. CLiFF would also like to bring the subject of unpaid work into a public discussion
CLIFF provides a national platform to show and showcase those stories which have been made into films, but cannot find an audience beyond the film makers' own circle of influence. We give filmmakers exposure across Canada (and in some parts of the United States). We bring community attention to labour films made in the past that represent stories that deserve wider and current audience.
See more at labourfilms.ca
CLiFF Screens again for 2016 at the Windsor Workers' Education Centre, 20 November at 3pm, 328 Pelissier St Windsor Ontario