Bread is a silent-era title discovered buried under the frozen ground in Dawson City, Canada in 1978. One hundred years before #MeToo, Ida May Park, who began her career as a stage actress, wrote and directed this socially-conscious drama about a powerful man abusing his status by sexually assaulting, harassing and exploiting women on the 'casting couch'.

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Screenings

  • Sun 26 Jan Cinerama 5
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  • Tue 28 Jan KINO 4
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Filmmaker
Country
USA
Year
1918
Medium
DCP
Length
16’
Language
silent
Production Company
The Universal Film Manufacturing Company
Sales
Kino Lorber