Jam packed with Films, Q&A, Events: Women & Film, Sat.-Sun. April 14-15. Passes on sale now!
Only 250 passes are available for this #TimesUp, #MeToo year of Women & Film. We picked the best new films we could find for our April 14-15 weekend. And most of the directors are coming. See our schedule HERE.
This year films will screen in the Rose, Rosebud and Starlight Room and the Wheeler Theatre. We kick off the weekend on Saturday morning with a lively roundtable of visiting filmmakers in the Cotton Building, 607 Water St. Sunrise Coffee and Pane d'Amore pastries will be served, while two films screen simultaneously in the Rose and Bud. Buy your pass, pick your films. Our concierge will contact each of you to reserve your films for both days. All passes include Saturday night's screening of director Jennifer Townsend's Catching Sight of Thelma & Louise, at the Wheeler Theatre, Fort Worden State Park, 7 pm.
Creator of a public nature center in Southern Oregon, Director Molly Kreuzman explores the life-changing effect on young women residing in a forest enclave in the year between high school and college. Deeply invested in the future of young women, Molly has volunteered on the boards of the Oregon and SW Washington Girl Scouts, The Women's Foundation of Oregon, and ZanaAfrica. See her work, Earth Seasoned…#GapYear, one of 16 films screening at Women & Film, Sat., April 14, 2:30 pm, Rosebud Cinema.
Thank you to this year's poster artist, Linda Okazaki!
Pass sales HERE.