Argentina's Patagonian province of Neuquén, is home of the Zanon ceramics factory. In 2001 Zanon's owner fired the workers and abandoned the factory for greener pastures. After resisting outside the plant, the group of workers decide collectively to recuperate and put the plant to produce. Since 2001, the workers at Zanon have occupied and managed the plant, which is Latin America's largest ceramics factory. Today, the plant employs 473 workers, more than 200 of whom were hired after the plant came under worker control. In the film, Zanon ceramists narrate their day-to-day work, struggles and hopes to continue production under worker control.
Link to article: Zanon: worker managed production, community and dignity