Celebrate Women's History Month

If you did not have time to make it to the Oscars or the Sundance Film Festival, you are still in luck.  Women in Film & Video (WIFV) is hosting a screening series to celebrate women's history month.

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WIFV is delighted to partner with the DC Public Library (Martin Luther King Branch) to present women-centric films every Tuesday in March. The library is at 901 G St. N.W., convenient to the Gallery Place and Metro Center metro stations. The series is free.

March 8 (2-5 p.m.)
Jazz in the Diamond District, by local filmmaker Lindsey Christian, preceded by shorts Raymond and Lina by Mark Pagan, and What Does a Hero Look Like? by local filmmaker Kari Barber. All films in this program are D.C.-based stories.
 
March 15 (6-9 p.m.)
The Mother Road (feature), by local filmmaker Lauren F. Cardillo, preceded by a short clip of the film-in-progress Ageless, by local filmmaker Heather Gwaltney.
 
March 22 (6-9 p.m.)
Beauty in the Eyes of the Beheld, by local filmmaker Liza Figueroa Kravinsky, preceded by the 12 min. Red Flag, by local filmmaker Sheila Dennin. Red Flag is also featured in a book about producing films by Maureen Ryan, one of the featured speakers at ScriptDC.

March 29 (6-9 p.m.)
Sunshine Cleaning, with local screenwriter Megan Holley, preceded by the 7-min. short A Q&A with the WBJ's Women Who Mean Business Winners 2010, by local filmmaker Flora Nicholas.

For more information, please call 202-727-1295.