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Ecofemme Film Festival

Date:
Friday, November 22, 2002
Time:
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Event Type:
Screening
Organizer/Author:
Kat
Location Details:
Location: Brava Theatre 2789 24th Street @ York Street

Two days only! Friday, November 22 @ 7:30pm (screening and reception) Saturday, November 23 @ 2:00pm Cinefemme in collaboration with Brava! for Women in the Arts/Brava Theater Center presents: The Ecofemme Curated Film Show which highlights the fusion between woman and her environment in films that explore themes of over-population, consumerism, logging, and bio-technology. Featuring short films by Penelope Andrews, Fabienne Bouville, Katrina Hart Drabkin, Sandy Falby, Amy Hicks, Karen Lefcourt, Annie Mather, Nina Paley, Suzanne Twining, Alala Wakelin, Hue Walker, Lucy Weismann & Jenny Zhang. Cost: Friday Ticket Price: $15 general admission ($12 for students and seniors), $20 for admission to the show and reception ($17 for students and seniors). Tickets on-line at: www.ticketweb.com or directly from kat@cinefemme.org Saturday Ticket Price: $5 general admission, free to college and high school students and seniors. www.cinefemme.org
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