SUDBURY INDIE CINEMA PRESENTS

WOMEN IN FILM WEDNESDAYS

SEE WHAT HOLLYWOOD IS MISSING!

All Filmmakers available for Live Q&A

A monthly showcase of the work of woman-directors. From quirky comedies to hard hitting documentaries to engrossing dramas.

7PM at McEwen School of Architecture, 85 Elm St, Sudbury.
Box Office opens 30 min ahead for cash sales at the door. Advance tickets available at Eventbrite.

Wednesday March 7

(Special International Women's Day edition)

Indigenous Women's Films: New work by Darlene Naponse, Michelle Latimer, Jules Koostaschin, Michelle Derosier

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She Is Water 13 min.

Nucca 12 min.

Butterfly Monument 28 min.

Grandfather Drum 13 min.


Our Guests of Honour at this 2018 Edition of WIFW's International Women's Day Screenings will be the Organizers & Volunteers of Walking With Our Sisters Sudbury. Our film programme will be a series of new works by outstanding Indigenous women filmmakers. A Live Q&A with some of the featured filmmakers will immediately follow the screening.

Partial proceeds from this screening will be donated to Walking With Our Sisters.

NOVITIATE  by Margaret Betts

Oscar winner Melissa Leo The Fighter oversees a bevy of up-and-coming female actors in this drama about aspiring nuns at an isolated Catholic school in 1964, who are forced to re-examine their faith and their calling in light of the liberal reforms of Vatican II.

Wednesday April 4

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No Mans' Land Film Festival
Various Directors

No Man's Land Film Festival (NMLFF) on Tour travels year-round and worldwide with a selection of short women-powered adventure films from the festival's flagship event in Carbondale, CO.

Wednesday May 16

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Contact

Beth Mairs

Managing Director

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