By Ohad Amram | Indiewire October 4, 2013 at 11:39AM
Indiewire's Editor-in-Chief, Dana Harris, sat down for an interview with filmmaker Jacob Kornbluth, and former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich, to discuss their eye-opening film "Inequality for All," following a screening at the IDA Documentary Screening Series in Los Angeles. A Special Jury Prize winner at Sundance, the film is currently playing in select theaters.
"Inequality for All" looks to raise awareness on the pressing issue of the country's widening economic gap by exploring pivotal political events such as the occupy movement and other financial crises.
Watch as award-wining filmmaker, Kornbluth ("Haiku Tunnel," "The Best Thief in the World"), joins activist Reich to consider what they want their audience to come away with from this film. "I'd like for this film to give people a sense of hope," says Reich.
Watch the video below. For more on the IDA Documentary Screening series go here.