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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

This involving documentary captures grassroots activism at Amazon, led by Chris Smalls, who quit over unsafe conditions. Scenes contrast tired workers with Jeff Bezos's rocket launch, setting the stage for the formation of the first Amazon Labor Union. The film depicts tense conversations, union-busting tactics, and ongoing struggles for workers' freedoms.

Book now:
12 June, 3:15pm, Showroom
14 June, 10am, The Light
16 June, 5:45pm, Curzon

Each screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Brett Story.

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