Author Archives: nancyg

Occupations: Film maker, college professor, artist, grandmother of 2
Activities: sail, ski, garden and friends

Columbia Arts Center Presents film as part of Mt. Hood Film Series 2013

80 people attended the screening of “After I Pick the Fruit” at the Columbia Arts Center, Wednesday evening, September 25th in Hood River, Oregon.  Catherine Butler, Performance Director said,  “We asked two women both Hispanic to speak briefly after the film.  One was a child of migrant workers and the other immigrated to this country read more »

After I Pick the Fruit humanizes migrant women

The Committee on U.S. – Latin American Relations (CUSLAR) at Cornell University reviews the documentary film – ‘After I Pick the Fruit’ – in connection with its recent screening at Cornell University. The review, written by Kathleen Sexsmith, highlights the position of the film in context of the apple growing region of New York State. read more »

‘Food for Thought’ – film reviewed in Colby College Magazine

The summer issue of the Colby College Magazine features a review of the film, “After I Pick the Fruit.” The review, written by Rocio Orantes Carey, of Maine Migrant Health,  encapsulates the lives of the women in the film while placing the film within current immigration politics.  The film’s Director, Nancy Gottlund Ghertner, is a 1971 read more »

Progressive Film Club screens Irish Premieres at the New Theatre, Dublin Ireland

[singlepic id=83 w=160 h=160 ] 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 read more »

Irish Left Review announces Irish Premiere of ‘After I Pick the Fruit’

  ‘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.