INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY (MARCH 8) SCHEDULE:
10:30 AM FREE Screening: Short film showcase by Women in Film and Television International (WIFTI)
12:00 PM FREE Screening: Unveiled: The Kohistan Video Scandal
(followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Brishkay Ahmed and Elizabeth Sanchez, moderated by Heather Allin)
2:30 PM FREE Screening: Shorts Block One: Indigenous Women in Film
(followed by a Q&A with filmmakers)
5:30 PM FREE Panel Discussion: Gender and diversity initiatives in the Canadian screen-based media industry
(ft. Claude Joli-Coeur, Sharon McGowan, Doreen Manuel, Valerie Creighton, Karen Lam, Susan Brinton, and Kim Guise)
7:30 PM Screening: Breath
(followed by a Q&A with filmmaker and opening night party with live music)
Register for free events or buy tickets at http://bit.ly/VIWIFF2017
Films made by women, for everyone. Join Women in Film & Television Vancouver at the Vancouver International Women in Film Festival from March 8-12!
With a mix of free and ticketed film screenings from local and international filmmakers, professional development opportunities, parties, panels, and more, there's something for everyone!
Check back here for daily updates during the festival. This event is 19+.
Full schedule: http://www.womeninfilm.ca/2017_Festival_Schedule.html
Film list: http://www.womeninfilm.ca/2017_Film_Festival_-_Films.html
Professional development: http://bit.ly/VIWIFFAncillaryEvents
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