Boston Palestine Film Festival Wednesday, October 26 · 6:00pm – 9:30pm Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Alfond Auditorium 465 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA WIFVNE is proud to co-present “Paradise Lost” and “77 Steps” Directed by Ibtisam Mara’aneh. Q&A with director follows screening. “Fureidis (‘Paradise’ in Arabic), a small fishing village next door to Tantura, […]
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Thursday November 10th 6:30-9:30pm Enjoy refreshments, networking, and advice with leaders in the field. Entertainment Lawyers Sandra Forman and Mary Landergan are generously donating their time and opening their downtown Boston law offices at Rich May for an open-topic roundtable discussion on legal issues affecting mediamakers. Private 15 minute legal consultations will also be available. […]
MIT Program in Women’s and Gender Studies in collaboration with Women in Film and Video/New England present a CHICKS MAKE FLICKS film screening… No Way Out But One a film by Garland Waller Thursday – October 27, 2011 Room: 6 – 120 7pm In 1994 Holly Collins became an international fugitive when she grabbed her […]
MIT Program in Women’s and Gender Studies in collaboration with Women in Film and Video/New England commemorate Native American Heritage Month with a CHICKS MAKE FLICKS film screening of … We Still Live Here: As Nutayunean a film by Anne Makepeace Thursday – November 17, 2011 Room: 1-190 (New Location) 7pm Celebrated every Thanksgiving as […]