NOW STREAMING AT HOME FOR $10
Includes a bonus Q&A with director Brian Welsh and executive producer Steven Soderbergh!
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“The Killing Floor is a truly compelling, blistering, and vital historical document. Powerful, hard-hitting, but still exceptionally and tenderly crafted.” – Jen Johans, Film Intuition
In his hard-hitting directorial debut, actor/filmmaker Bill Duke (The Rage in Harlem, Deep Cover) brilliantly traces the racial and class conflicts seething in Chicago’s giant slaughterhouses, and the brutal efforts of management to divide the workforce along racial and ethnic lines, which eventually boiled over into the Chicago Race Riot of 1919. Winner of the Special Jury Award at the Sundance Film Festival in 1985, The Killing Floor stars Damien Leake (Apocalypse Now), Alfre Woodard (Crooklyn) and Moses Gunn (Ragtime), with a screenplay by African American playwright Leslie Lee. This brand-new 4K restoration is courtesy of the Sundance Institute Collection at UCLA Film & Television Archive, with special thanks to Elsa Rassbach. (Dir. by Bill Duke, 1984, USA, 118 mins., Not Rated)