Raw footage of Gene Tencza for "None of the Above," a documentary that follows a number of non-voters during the 1996 presidential election and investigates the reasons why they don't vote. Tape 4 of 4 for Tencza.
00:00Copy video clip URL Tencza sits in his car and talks about his plan for election day as well as his work.
01:03Copy video clip URL Driving with Tencza to work.
05:00Copy video clip URL Tencza arrives at work. He talks about the machinery and the work that is done there. He then works on a 1979 computer to design a tool for woodworking a particular product.
13:30Copy video clip URL Tencza describes the most important things in his life: his work and his hobbies including collecting tractors, playing musical instruments, and building model trains. He also describes his land and his home and his family.
17:13Copy video clip URL Tencza demonstrates the work he’s doing to produce a wood piece for a company in Mexico. He describes how he tries to keep stress down by meditating, along with his decision-making at work.
22:20Copy video clip URL Tencza demonstrates how the decorative woodwork is made with a knife. This is followed by footage of one of Tencza’s co-workers on the job. Tencza and his co-workers describe and demonstrate how several parts are made.
34:21Copy video clip URL One of Tencza’s co-workers talks about why he feels it’s important to vote. He speaks with authority on his record as a Vietnam War veteran. He then speaks to Tencza about it, trying to convince him to vote. This is followed by more shots of the work being done in the shop.
46:15Copy video clip URL Tencza names some of the items that are produced from the tools made in the shop. He also explains exactly what he does there. He then demonstrates how an electronic bandsaw works.
59:15Copy video clip URL Tencza offers some feedback to Skip and Tom and talks about the future of his industry.
1:03:08Copy video clip URL End of tape.