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Film

Fruits of Labor

 
New York Premiere
 
Jun 23—Jun 29, 2021
 
 
LOCATION:

Virtual

Tickets: $10; $7.50; $5
All-access pass: $30; $22.50; $15
BAM Members: Levels 1-3 get 50% off highest suggested price with discount code; free for Level 4 and above.

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Dir. Emily Cohen Ibañez | 2021, 77min

In this lyrical documentary about adolescence, nature, and ancestors, Ashley is a second-generation Mexican-American high school senior dividing her time between school and supporting her family. She lives in a working-class, agricultural California town where the brutal conditions of the strawberry fields stand in stark contrast to Ashley’s spiritual ancestral upbringing—and where ICE raids threaten to separate her family and force her to become her family's breadwinner.

Post-screening Q&A with director Emily Cohen Ibañez.

This event includes closed captioning.


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