ABOUT THE PROJECT
Head, Hand, Heart—Craftsmanship at Work is a film about the lives and work of the men and women who are building one of the tallest buildings in the United States.
SYNOPSIS / DESCRIPTION
Head, Hand, Heart—Craftsmanship at Work is a 55 minute film about the workers who are building the Wilshire Grand Hotel in Los Angeles. The film focuses on the craftsmanship that the men and women bring to their tasks: how the iron workers, plumbers, electricians, cement masons, sheet metal workers learn their skills and how pride in craft provides a meaning to their work. The film follows the personal stories of five workers from diverse backgrounds who explore the relationship between work and a meaningful life.
GENRE Documentary Feature
DIRECTOR Kelly Candaele
PRODUCER Kelly Candaele
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