Marcus Rochester Cinema Wed, Apr 26, 2017 6:30 PM
The Main 1 Thu, Apr 27, 2017 7:10 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$13.00
Youth (25 & Under/Box Office Only):$8.00
Film Info
Guest Attending:Yes
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Women's Issues
Social Justice
Human Rights
Voice Category:Expanded Horizons
Release Year:2017
Runtime:95 min
Website:Official Website
Print Source:PBS Distribution
Director:Peter Bratt
Producer:Peter Bratt
Brian Benson
Screenwriter:Peter Bratt
Jessica Congdon
Editor:Jessica Congdon
Composer:Mark Kilian
Principal Cast:Curtis Acosta
Barbara Carrasco
Camila Chavez
Juana Chavez
Maria Elenea Chavez
Ricardo S. Chavez
Hillary Clinton
Angela Davis
Lori De Leon
Wendy Greenfield
Raul M. Grijalva
Ramona Holguin
Dolores Huerta
Emilio Huerta
Roberto Lovato
Eloy Martinez
Eliseo Medina
Nancy Pelosi
Rick Rivas
Randy Shaw
Gloria Steinem
Art Torres
Luis Valdez
Filmography:Follow Me Home ('96)
La Mission ('09)


Dolores Huerta Attending 4/27

Dolores is the story of Dolores Huerta, one of the most important activists in American history. Overshadowed by the legacy of Cesar Chavez and forced from the ranks of the all-male leadership of the United Farm Workers’ Union after his death, Huerta learns the painful truth—that her gender is the greatest obstacle of all. Tracing her trajectory through the most radical social and cultural movements of the past half-century, from brown power and feminism to LGBTQ rights and environmental justice, Dolores provides an unflinching look at the barriers faced by women and people of color within the very communities they're fighting for. With unprecedented access to both Huerta and her children, Dolores portrays a woman both heroic and flawed, working tirelessly for social change even as her eleven children longed to have her at home. “[An] energetic, engaging documentary.” —Variety

Director’s Biography

Peter Bratt: Peter Bratt is an award-winning screenwriter and independent filmmaker whose first feature, Follow Me Home, premiered in competition at the 1996 Sundance Film Festival. He is also a long-time consultant for the Friendship House Association of American Indians, a non-profit serving the San Francisco Bay Area’s Native population. His film, La Mission, screened at MSPIFF2010.

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