The Films: 2002

This season’s program of nine selected films will compel discussion, make you laugh, tug at your heartstrings and motivate you to make a difference in your community. Incredibly diverse in style and content, LUNAFEST is united by a common thread of exceptional storytelling - by, for and about women.

The total run time of this season's program is just under 90 minutes.

Please Note: Films are not formally rated, however, some content is not appropriate for children. We recommend that viewers be age 16+.

Breaking The Glass: The American Basketball League

Award: For Women

"Breaking the Glass" is a documentary on the inception, existence and unfortunate collapse of the women's American…

In Public Space

Award: By Women

This film showcases a dance that explores and transforms everyday locations by experimenting with human interaction,…

Meet the Pattersons

Award: Students

12 minutes

Roadside Assistance

Award: About Women

The love of Lucy's life is marrying her best friend, and her bridesmaid dress is two sizes too small. When the…

The Last Gunshot

"The Last Gunshot" delves into the intertwined lives and memories of Helen, a white teenager, and Sophie, a black servant, brought together by…

This is for Betsy Hall

Award: About Women

An impressionistic montage of stills, projected video, underwater footage and an intimate phone conversation,…

Voices of the Morning

Inspired by "The Hidden Face of Eve" by Nawaal El Sadaawi, Nanji uses layered images and text to examine familial and societal restrictions placed…