Named by Roger Ebert as one of the best documentaries of 2010, "Scrappers" tells the story of Oscar and Otis, who make a living scavenging metal from Chicago's alleys.

The 90-minute film focuses on the precarious nature of this line of work, as the economy collapses in 2008 and the government cracks down on illegal immigrants, jeopardizing the men's livelihood.

Co-director Brian Ashby will be on hand for a Q&A following the film.

The screening at Sulzer is free and open to all.