LUNAFEST: FILMS BY AND ABOUT WOMEN
The LUNAFEST Mission: To celebrate and inspire women through the art of film and community fundraising.
In 2001, LUNAFEST® became the very first traveling film festival featuring films by women, about women. Starting as one small California premiere 20 years ago, LUNAFEST has celebrated the work of over 170 filmmakers in 2,500 screenings nationwide. These important films bring fresh perspectives and inspire communities.
LUNAFEST has also made an impact at the local level, helping to raise over $6 million for women’s causes while providing a celebrated platform for women filmmakers.
This VIRTUAL LUNAFEST screening features a line up exclusively for GOTR which includes four films: Knocking Down the Fences, Overexposed, Connection and Betye Saar: Taking Care of Business, plus a special interview with filmmaker Meg Shutzer and pro softball player and Gold Glove winner AJ Andrews from the film Knocking Down the Fences that will run after the films. Total running time for this program is app. 65 minutes.
Attendees will receive a Vimeo link and passcode that will be valid for 48 hours from October 29th at 6 PM - October 31st at 6 PM. Attendees may watch as many times as they like during the viewing period.