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SEEING RED

The current COVID-19 crisis is a developing situation. We are not selling tickets at this time, but we are hopeful that we will show all of these films in the near future, possibly at other dates than originally announced.

FILMMAKERS JULIA REICHERT AND JIM KLEIN IN PERSON

Directors Julia Reichert and Jim Klein
Producers Julia Reichert and Jim Klein
1983 | USA | DCP | Approx. 100 min. | In English

The forgotten history of ordinary Americans who joined the Communist Party during the worst Depression years of the 1930s – and the high price many paid during the Red Scare of the 1950s and their shock and disillusionment at Khrushchev’s post-Stalin revelations. Starting with more than 400 interviews with both diehard and ex-party members, Klein and Reichert (co-director of the recent American Factory) record the testimonies of everyone from folk singer Pete Seeger to Joisey-accented longshoreman Bill Bailey (also an Abraham Lincoln Brigade vet), along with dozens of rank and file members. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the two filmmakers. Academy Award® nomination, Best Documentary Feature.