Matinée and Headshot at 3rd Annual Women Inc. Festival

Posted on December 20, 2009

By Jennifer Lyon Bell

We're proud to have Matinée and Headshot invited to screen at the Women Inc. third international festival. This special event will "inspire entertaining discussion and debate around women's relationships to career, sex, power, faith, relationships, and finance."

Women Inc.’s third annual international women’s festival is taking place March 6, 2009. With events taking place all over the Westergasfabriek, the festival features speakers, art, music, film, talkshows, and an information market. The idea is to inspire entertaining discussion and debate around women’s relationships to career, sex, power, faith, relationships, and finance.

 

As part of the festival, the Ketelhuis Cinema at Westergasfabriek will be showing films all day that are of special interest to women.

 

We’re very pleased that Women Inc. invited us to host an entire screening slot with two Blue Artichoke Films, Headshot and Matinée. Jennifer will attend the screening and is happy to answer any audience questions afterwards.

 

Women and men are, of course, both welcome.

 

WHAT: Women Inc’s ‘Headshot & Matinée’ Film Program

WHEN: 5:45pm-7pm, Saturday, March 6, 2010

WHERE: Ketelhuis cinema, Culuurpark Westergasfabriek (Pazzanistraat 4)

HOW: Advance tickets online via Women Inc.

INFO: Full Women Inc. festival program

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