9TO5: THE STORY OF A MOVEMENT
DOCLANDS HONORS FILM PROGRAM | THE ART OF IMPACT
US 2020, 86 min Directors JULIA REICHERT & STEVEN BOGNAR
From the 2021 DocLands Honors directors of the Oscar®-winning documentary American Factory, 9to5 is an inspiring look at the historic intersection of the women’s movement and the labor movement in the 1970s, when secretaries all over the nation decided that they were done making the boss’ coffee and ready to start a revolution.
Included with the film is a special pre-recorded DocLands Honors conversation with the directors.
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DocLands 2021 Honorees JULIA REICHERT and STEVEN BOGNAR are Academy Award®-winning Ohio-based documentarians. Their film American Factory was the recipient of the 2020 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature and is currently streaming on Netflix. Earlier films include A Lion in the House (2006), which won the Primetime Emmy® for Exceptional Merit in Nonfiction Filmmaking, and The Last Truck (2009), which premiered on HBO and was Academy Award nominated for Best Short Documentary. Bognar & Reichert’s newest film, 9to5: The Story of a Movement (2020), was an official selection of the SXSW, AFI DOCS, IDFA, Full Frame, DOC NYC and Mill Valley film festivals. Reichert received Oscar nominations for her work Union Maids (1976) and Seeing Red: Stories of American Communists (1983) (with Jim Klein). Julia’s student film Growing Up Female (1971) was the first feature documentary of the modern Women’s Movement. It was selected for the National Film Registry. Bognar’s first feature documentary, Personal Belongings (1996), premiered at Sundance and screened on P.O.V. His documentary shorts include Last Reel (Telluride Film Festival), Foundry Night Shift (True/False Film Festival), and Picture Day (Sundance).