NO TIME TO FAIL, the 2022 documentary movie about Rhode Island's local and state election workers in the 2020 presidential election, is holding its Cranston premiere at the Park Theatre, 848 Park Ave. (across the street from City Hall), on Thursday, May 18 at 6 p.m.
If you are interested in attending the screening, more information is available here: https://theparkri.com/event/no-time-to-fail/
NO TIME TO FAIL features the staff of the Cranston Board of Canvassers, among other city and state officials, navigating the difficulties presented by the Covid-19 pandemic while successfully administering the record-high turnout of the 2020 elections, despite the many challenges they had to overcome.
The film follows Cranston Canvassing Authority personnel along with staff from the Providence Board of Canvassers, Central Falls City Clerk's Office, R.I. Secretary of State, and R.I. Board of Elections from September 2020 to January of 2021. The Cranston Board of Canvassers is proud of the unprecedented work its staff and poll workers accomplished during the 2020 elections as showcased in the film.
NO TIME TO FAIL reveals that work for the public to see first hand, and is the first ever documentary film in the United States to follow the work of local election administrators. The documentary allows voters to learn and understand more about the elections process and its many redundancies and safeguards through the lens of the officials who make our elections work.
More information about the film may be found at its official website: https://www.notimetofailfilm.com/