Thanks to the Progressive Film Club Director, Robert Navan for posting this photo of the screening April 27th. “After I Pick the Fruit” screened with Kevin Fraser’s film “Living as Brothers.” The theme of the April monthly screening was Working Lives: Migrant and Immigrant workers. The Progressive Film Club’s screenings are free to the public.
‘After I Pick the Fruit’ will screen at the Progressive Film Club’s April screening, Saturday April 27th at 3:30 PM. The film is part of a Labour Rights and Immigrant Rights theme for the month’s series. For more info: Irish Left Review.
Neal Dhand’s dcpfilm blog posted a review – After I Pick the Fruit (Ghertner, 2011) – April 7, 2013. The film is extensively reviewed and the post contains a plug for the film’s official DVD, which has been released. Here is the link: dcpfilm- April 7, 2013
Kayla Young, journalist with FreshFruitPortal, published a follow-up interview with Director, Nancy Ghertner after reviewing the film – After I Pick the Fruit, earlier in the week. The on-line magazine based in Chile describes itself – “We are the voice of the Southern Hemisphere, for the ever changing world of fruit export. From New Zealand’s Kiwi, cherries read more »
“After I Pick the Fruit” gives a face to migrant women who help keep farm production running,” says Fresh Fruit Portal‘s journalist, Kayla Young. The film review is published in Fresh Fruit Portal, an on line magazine. http://www.freshfruitportal.com/film-review-after-i-pick-the-fruit/ – March 19th, 2013