João Dumans and Affonso Uchoa’s film conjures up the vision of a working-class literary culture improbably thriving in the rootlessness of the 21st century.
Photographer Alison Green captured the workers who keep the Pitchfork engine running—and the entrepreneurs just outside the festival gates.
Ten favorites from the festival lineup, plus stray thoughts on a few other features
Andrew Freund’s documentary Workers’ Republic, about last year’s successful occupation by laid-off workers at Republic Windows and Doors to retain their benefits, screens Friday at Casa Michoacan. Freund, who produces […]