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Purchase of a home use DVD does not include what is called a Public Performance License*, and this is required by law to show the film publicly. Please read: “A Word about public screenings” (.pdf)

Options for educational institutions and public screenings:

DVDs and streaming licenses for universities, colleges, and public libraries may only be purchased through our distributor New Day Films.

DVDs and single use screening licenses for activist groups may be purchased via instructions found on our special page for activists.

DVDs include:

  • 14 chapter markers with thumbnail videos
  • A 15 minute extended interview with University of Wisconsin Professor Katherine Cramer discussing her nationally-acclaimed research on the political perspectives of rural Wisconsinites
  • subtitles in Spanish and English

Film Synopsis:

The latest film about the historic 2011 Wisconsin Uprising, Divided We Fall, is the first to present a critical perspective on the movement that inspired workers around the world yet failed to achieve its most urgent objective – defeating Governor Scott Walker’s signature union busting and austerity legislation.

Divided We Fall traces the genesis of the historic capitol occupation and weeks-long protests from the perspective of graduate teaching assistants at the center of the action – and exposes tensions that challenged the movement’s solidarity.  The film combines original in-depth interviews with dramatic citizen-produced video and photos to create a compelling narrative of the battle to save collective bargaining for public workers in Wisconsin.

*About public performance licenses:

Adopted in 1976, the US Copyright Act, Title 17 of the United States Code, establishes that the public performance of copyrighted motion pictures and other audiovisual programs that are legally available and intended for personal, private use only, such as DVDs and other digital formats, whether streamed or downloaded, is illegal without a public performance license. This legal requirement applies equally to for profit and non-profit organizations.