Lunafest women’s film program makes annual Fresno State stop

Lunafest, a national traveling festival of short films by and for women, makes its annual appearance at Fresno State at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, at the Satellite Student Union.

Among the films that will be screened are:

  • “I Am a Girl” by Dutch filmmaker Susan Koenen; the story of a 13-year-old girl who was a boy at birth.
  • “Every Mother Counts: Obstetric Fistula,” by Christy Turlington Burns, a Columbia University public health student, which focuses on a painful, frequently experienced byproduct of childbirth.
  • “How to Be Alone” by Andrea Dorfman, a Canadian filmmaker, who illuminates her theme through poetry, music and animation.

More information about all Lunafest films can be found at www.lunafest.org.

The campus sponsors are USU Productions and the Women’s Resource Center, which is a branch of the Center for Women and Culture at Fresno State.

Advance tickets are $5 for students and $10 for the general public at the Center for Women and Culture in the Thomas Building, Room 110. Tickets will also be available at the door for $7 for students and $12 for the general public.

Proceeds benefit the Women’s Resource Center and the Breast Cancer Fund.

To purchase tickets, or for more information contact, the Women’s Resource Center at 559.278.4435.

(Copy by University Communications news intern Reganie Smith-Love)

 

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