Sparking democracy through documentary since 1966, Kartemquin is a collaborative community that empowers documentary makers who create stories that foster a more engaged and just society.
The organization's films have received three Academy Award® nominations and won several major prizes, including five Emmys® and two Peabody Awards. Recognized as a leading advocate for independent public media, Kartemquin has helped hundreds of artists via its filmmaker development programs.
Recent productions include 2018 Oscar® nominees Abacus: Small Enough to Jail and Edith + Eddie, and 2018 Sundance Special Jury Prize winner Minding the Gap. Other recent productions include the Emmy-winning Life Itself, The Homestretch, and The Trials of Muhammad Ali, the Dupont award-winning series Hard Earned; and Raising Bertie, All the Queen’s Horses, Keep Talking, and ‘63 Boycott.
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In 1864, George Pullman began selling his famous railroad sleeping cars which helped him build a vast industrial empire that was supposed to last forever. In 1981, however, Pullman workers found themselves in the midst of a fight not only for their jobs but the future of the American rail car industry. One hundred years of government, union and corporate policies are traced in this engaging story.
Extras included in this package are:
PHOTOS of behind the scenes production stills of The Last Pullman Car.
STUDY GUIDE for The Last Pullman Car written by KTQ Collective-era member, Jenny Rohrer.
In 1864, George Pullman began selling his famous railroad sleeping cars and built America's first vertically integrated industrial empire. It was supposed to last forever. But in 1981, Pullman workers found themselves in the midst of a fight not only for their jobs but the future of the American ...