Directed by Emily Cohen Ibañez, Fruits of Labor is the story of an American teen in an agricultural town on California’s central coast. ICE raids in her community threaten to separate her family, and she must become the breadwinner. Her dreams of graduating from high school are disrupted by long days of work in the strawberry fields and a night shift job at a food processing factory. This film marks the start of the theater’s Fall Screening Series.
Covid-19 Safety Information: Upon re-opening, The New Parkway Theater will be a vaccinated-only space and patrons will be required to show proof of vaccination for entry. Exceptions are babies and those who are medically compromised and cannot receive the vaccine, who will require a negative COVID test within 72 hours. Masks must be worn inside the theater when not eating and drinking, in compliance with County of Alameda regulations.
Fruits of Labor Screening at the New Parkway Theater
Tuesday September 21, 7pm (78 minutes)
474 24th Street, Oakland
Q&A to follow screening
Cost: $15 (general admission), $12 (seniors and students)
Info & Tickets: thenewparkway.com and ticketing.uswest.veezi.com/purchase/