A tale of women's rights in Britain is the next film up in the Last Mondays at the Movies series.
Made in Dagenham is on screen at the Massey Theatre on Monday, Nov. 28.
It's the next entry in the arts council's film series, which brings award-winning independent, Canadian and international films to the theatre on the last Monday of each month.
This month's film, produced by Stephen Woolley and directed by Christopher Smith, tells the story of what happened in 1968 when female workers at the Ford Dagenham automobile plant began to strike in protest of unfair treatment.
It stars Sally Hawkins as Rita O'Grady, who rallies her fellow workers to the cause, and Bob Hoskins as Albert Passingham, the union rep who works with the women.
Made in Dagenham is on screen at the Massey Theatre on Monday, Nov. 28 at 7: 30 p.m.
Tickets are $9. You can buy at the door, call 604-521-5050 or book online through www.masseytheatre.com.