THE WOMEN OF SUMMER – Review by Loren King

Suzanne Bauman’s 1985 documentary The Women of Summer is a revelation. The award-winning veteran director has crafted a lively, informative and important film about the landmark residential summer school program that brought hundreds of young working women, most toiling in the country’s textile mills, to the Bryn Mawr College campus from 1921 to 1938. This seminal documentary about women’s work in the labor movement is now readily available for audiences to experience

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MOVIE OF THE WEEK March 29, 2019: WORKING WOMAN

Timely and authentic, Michal Aviad’s drama “Working Woman” will resonate with any ambitious woman who’s ever found that success on the job is accompanied by unwanted sexual attention from a male supervisor/co-worker. So, you know, every ambitious woman.

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