Join us in Spring Church for an outdoor screening of Amor, mujeres y flores, a 1989 documentary by Colombian filmmakers Marta Rodriguez and Jorge Silva. Described by Rodriguez as a “drama about pesticides and the aberrant working conditions of female labor,” this documentary exposes the exploitation of the primarily female workforce in Colombia’s flower cultivation industry. It highlights the relationship between the demand for Colombia’s carnations in the international market and labor and human rights violations in the industry.

This film is recommended for ages 13 and up. Registration is encouraged, but not required. Please contact if you require any accommodations to participate.