Widening inequality — an issue that we’ve published on and blogged about in the past — is one of the most serious challenges facing California and our nation. Starting this weekend, a new documentary film on the problem of income inequality opens in more than a dozen communities across the state.
Inequality for All features Robert Reich, professor of public policy at the University of California, Berkeley, and former Secretary of Labor, and takes a look at what has caused the growing economic divide, how inequality has affected the nation’s families, and what policymakers and the public can do about it.
Here’s the trailer:
The film opens in Los Angeles, San Diego, and the San Francisco Bay Area this weekend, and in Sacramento and other cities the following weekend. Below is a full list of California openings over the next few weeks.
Berkeley — California Theatre
Campbell — Camera 7 Pruneyard
La Jolla — La Jolla Village Cinemas
Los Angeles — The Landmark and Arclight Hollywood
Palo Alto — Aquarius
San Diego — Hillcrest Cinemas
San Francisco — AMC Metreon 16
San Rafael — Smith Rafael Film Center
Sacramento — Tower Theatre
Claremont — Laemmle’s Claremont
Irvine — Edwards University Town Center 6
Santa Barbara — Plaza De Oro Twin
Santa Monica — Laemmle’s Monica 4-Plex
Santa Rosa — Summerfield Cinemas
— Steven Bliss