Brothers On The Line

The story of an incendiary trio that challenged an industry and the movement that remade America.

"Searing scenes...needs to be told to every generation" - The New York Times

"Striking, fast-paced...kept asking myself, why don't I know about this?" - Eugene Weekly

"Nothing speaks to us greater than the role of the unsung hero" - The Film Yap

"Remarkable and engaging...exceptionally well-told" - In These Times

"A great piece of filmmaking" - Michael Moore

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FEATURING:

AYoung
TKennedy

Interviews with Reuther family, autoworkers and executives, historians, former UAW President Doug Fraser, Regional Directors Paul Schrade and Jerry Tucker, activist Dolores Huerta, civil rights leader Andrew Young, Rep. John Conyers, Jr., Senator Ted Kennedy, and more.

 

PRODUCTION CREW:

Sasha and Joe

Sasha Reuther, Writer/Director/Producer

Documentaries, Commercials, and Historical programming for clients including CBS News, Sundance TV, Animal Planet, National Geographic, Armani, and Starwood Hotel Group

 

Nancy Roth, Producer

Independent Film projects including Fixer: The Taking of Ajmal Naqshbandi (HBO), Occupation: Dreamland (Sundance), and Greener Grass: Cuba, Baseball and the United States (PBS)

 

Joe Gabriel, Cinematographer

Director of Photographer for clients including NBC, MTV, FOX, Ralph Lauren, Victoria's Secret, Ogilvy and Mather, Merck, and The Clinton Global Initiative

 

Deborah Peretz, Editor

Emmy award-winning Editor of documentaries for PBS including Trials of Robert Oppenheimer, Ernest Hemingway: Rivers to the Sea, R.F.K., and Judy Garland: By Myself

 

Michael Whalen, Composer/Music Supervisor

Emmy award-winning veteran of over 650 TV and film scores, with recent credits including America at a Crossroads (PBS), features Veronika Decides to Die and Cargo, and short films for Disney

 

Martin Sheen, Narrator

Apocalypse Now, The American President, The West Wing

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