Join us for a virtual screening of the annual LUNAFEST film festival of 7 short films by and about women, hosted for the 9th time by the Zonta Club of Berkeley/North Bay. Enjoy the films in the comfort of your home with your family while also helping to make a difference in the community.
We will screen the films on October 9, 2020 and you will have a 24-hour window in which to view the films. (Please note the audience rating is PG-13).
Ticket prices are only $35 for the whole household.
The Zonta Club of Berkeley/North Bay works to empower women through service and advocacy locally and internationally in collaboration with Zonta International.
Proceeds from the event will go to community programs supporting women including HEAT Watch, and Zonta International Foundation.
HEAT (Human Exploitation and Trafficking) Watch is a nationally recognized, award-winning program created by the Alameda County District Attorney's Office to combat human trafficking on a collaborative, multi-disciplinary, and regional basis. HEAT Watch seeks to prevent and combat human trafficking in all of its forms.
Zonta is an international organization with 1200 Zonta clubs in 67 nations worldwide. It’s programs promote gender equality, ending gender based violence, ending child marriage and expanding access to education.
Our work would not be possible without the generosity of our sponsors. We appreciate their continued support:
bryn WALKER-Produces and designs clothing for women
Tax Plus-Accounting and tax services
The Gertonson Institute: A Creating Wellness Center-Consciousness-based health and wellness care
[NOTE: A streaming link and password will be sent to all attendees the morning of the event date and you will have until 9 am the following morning to view the films.]