March 23, 2017

Highlights for Women & Film April 8 & 9 

WAFDon’t miss this! Gael Towey, in 1990, helped launch Martha Stewart Living magazine. She designed the inaugural issue, initiating the magazine’s distinct and iconic visual style. As creative director, she also helped launch five more magazine titles and several product lines reflecting the changing lifestyles of American women.

Today she travels the world as a storyteller and filmmaker. Her Portraits in Creativity, a series of short-form documentaries, delights in the seduction of creative work. She will attend Women & Film with her Portrait of Sheila Berger, Sat., April 8, 10:15 am at the Rose Theatre. Ms. Berger, a New York painter and sculptor, examining nurturing and the fragility of nature, will also attend.  

Big Sonia  

wafSonia Warshawski is 90-years old and about to be evicted from her tailor shop in an abandoned shopping mall. At first the film seems to be a tribute to Sonia Warshawski as a tailor, then as a survivor and finally, the gift she has to share with us that will stay with you long after the film has ended. Join editor Eric Firth to learn how filmmaker and editor capture this “firefly” on the screen. Masterful editing and animation guides this film from beginning to end. See it April 8, Sat., 1:15 pm., Rose Theatre. 

Kamala Lopez, Director of Equal Means Equal 

wafcomes to Port Townsend after her recent appearance at the United Nations, speaking on behalf of women’s rights world-wide. She was also featured in March on Ms. Magazine.com blog. How many years have women been demanding change? Now more than ever, this conversation about government and gender rights could not be more relevant. Thanks to JCCF Fund for Women & Girls for their support. Now more than ever, this conversation about government and gender rights could not be more relevant. Click HERE for the complete interview.  



Three great reasons to buy your pass now!

We must limit pass sales to the number of seats in the Rose and Rosebud, and all passes have concierge service. Included in your W&F Pass is Saturday evening’s event at Fort Worden’s Wheeler Theatre, 7 p.m. (doors open early so you can save your seat). And don’t miss our “Taps at the Guardhouse” mixer, where you can meet all of our honored guests, 5-6:30 pm, Sat., April 8. See our complete list of films and buy your pass online at www.ptfilmfest.com or call us at 360-379-1333. We take all credit and debit cards, checks and cash!  


Janette Force, Executive Director for PTFF
211 Taylor Street, Suite
401A
Port Townsend, WA  98368
360-379-1333/ Cell 360-774-1978
www.ptfilmfest.com





The 18th Annual Film Festival -September 15, 16 and 17, 2017

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