Labor 411 Oscars Special – Make it a Union Movie Night

By Oren Peleg

The time has come for Labor 411’s 6th Annual Oscars Special, celebrating another awards season in an industry that is top-to-bottom unionized. Following last year’s trend, we’ve put together another list of union-made consumer products and paired each with its most fitting Best Picture nominee. Enjoy!

Call Me By Your Name
Banquet Frozen Meals
Armie Hammer stays in with frozen chicken alfredo when he misses the Northern Italian countryside.

Darkest Hour
Minute Maid
Why wait an hour? We know, we know…

Coppertone sport sunscreen
Don’t hit the beach without it.

Get Out
Alta Dena
Enjoy a chilled glass of milk and try not to think about that chilling Allison Williams scene.

Lady Bird
Let’s hope Saoirse Ronan and Timothee Chalamet wore union-made protection.

Phantom Thread
Royal Apparel
For the knighted Daniel Day Lewis for playing the most glorious game of dress up

The Post
Los Angeles Times subscription
Support the newly unionized paper! Everyone’s doing it! Even Meryl and Tom!

The Shape of Water
• Crystal Springs
Spoiler alert: It’s usually shaped like a bottle!

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Hampton Shoe & American Made Work Boots
The only American-made work boots made in the USA! They’re based in St. Louis, just outside Ebbing, Missouri. Right? Does anyone know where Ebbing is?

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