Thank you to all who sumbitted their films for consideration in the 2017 CLiFF. Our submissions are now closed.
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Please follow the link below to our online submissions page for further instructions on how to submit your film.
If you have any problems submitting,
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19 November, 2012
For Immediate Release
CLiFF comes to town!
Four Yukon Communities showcase films about the world of work and those who do it.
The Canadian Labour International Film Festival is a festival showcasing films about the world of work and those who do it. In its 4th year this truly national film festival will screen in over 50 Canadian cities during November. We are excited that in our 3rd year of sponsorship the Yukon Employees’ Union will host screenings in 4 YUKON COMMUNITIES.
The films include We are Wisconsin, showcasing the recent public uprising in Wisconsin which sparked the North American Occupy Movement and Milk Honey and Tomatoes, focusing on a Palestinian boy forced to work for Israelis on land once owned by his father.
Festival founder Frank Saptel will be in Whitehorse to open the festival on November 23. Mr. Saptel will host a lunch round table meeting for local filmmakers with an interest in making and submitting films to CLiFF on the general topics of work, workers’ rights and struggles, social justice and aboriginal justice. All interested in attending the lunch should contact Lynn Simmons, Office of the REVP of PSAC North Julie Docherty, email@example.com 867-446-2532.
Festival dates throughout Yukon are:
Watson Lake, 7 pm, Wed. November 21 at the Northern Lights Centre
Whitehorse, 7pm Fri. November 23 at the MacBride Museum
Dawson City, 7pm Fri. November 23 at the Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre
Old Crow, 7pm Thurs. November 29 at the Youth Centre
For more information please visit http://bit.ly/CLiFFbackgrounder or contact us.
CLiFF Coordinator, Yukon
Yukon Employees’ Union
10 July, 2012
Dear CLiFF supporter,
We are writing to you because at the end of July, the 2012 Canadian Labour International Film Festival (CLiFF) will be ready to publish our list of films accepted for screening at CLiFF 2012 in November.
Please let us know if you would be willing to host a local festival this year. If so, would you kindly fill in the details below so we can begin the overall coordination of our national festival?
Remember that the festival is free, and you can select which films you would like to show from our list. All you need to do is find a venue for screening (local trade unions and community organisations may be able to help). Feel free to check out our website (www.labourfilms.ca) or reply to this email if you have any questions about hosting.
Also, if you know anyone who may be interested in hosting at another location, please let us know, or simply forward this email to them.
Please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org to host a location for CLiFF this year.
Your Name ____________________________
Your Title ____________________________
Your Union (if applicable) ____________________________
Daytime Phone ____________________________
Cell Phone ____________________________
Home Phone ____________________________
Mailing Address for films ____________________________
Venue & Address ____________________________
Show times ____________________________
Expected Audience ____________________________
Venue Confirmed? ____________________________
Screening Sponsors? ____________________________