A map of the United States, North America is coloured red with 'ZERO WEEKS' across it in white text

Zero Weeks

The United States and Papua New Guinea are the only countries in the world without a paid family leave law. Documentary 'Zero Weeks' explores America's Paid Family Leave crisis from an emotional, financial, medical, and global standpoint whilst interviewing those who have been affected by a lack of paid leave. The documentary features Krystina Wilson, Executive Producer of Framestore's Chicago office, among others who share their powerful stories. The film was finished by Framestore's Chicago office, and will be screening for the United States Congress in April of 2018.

a person helping another who is walking in crutches. there is the text 'only 14% of u.s. workers have access to paid family leave on the right side of the image
a person holding up a placard with the text 'paid leave is a family value' written on it

The debate around Paid Family Leave is now central to the United States. The film, Award-Winning Director Ky Dickens' fourth documentary, weaves a variety of insightful experiences together through interviews from policy makers, economists, researchers, and activists alike. 

the united states of america highlighted in red on a north america map. 'zero weeks' text is in the highlighted zone

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a mother holding up a baby while laying on a sofa