This summer and fall has kept us extraordinarily Busy with some exciting projects we will be announcing shortly! In the meantime, we’ve added a few more screenings and appearances to our Fall line up. Hopefully we’ll get to see you in the coming months at one of these screening events below…
On October 13 at 5pm, A Lot Like You will be screening as part of the Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival and Lecture Series at the Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts at LIU Brooklyn (One University Plaza, 11201). Reel Sisters Film Festival is devoted to cultivating and spotlighting the unique talent and challenges facing women of color in the film industry. Their goal is to empower women filmmakers of African American, Caribbean, Latina, Asian and African descent.
The following day–and on the opposite coast!–we’ll be screening on the closing day of LA Femme International Film Festival. October 14 at 2pm at the Davidson/Valentini Theatre, 1125 N McCadden Place, 90038. LA Femme’s objective is to create a festival that showcases and celebrates commercially viable films Written, Directed, or Produced by women.
In October, Director Eliaichi Kimaro will be attending two events in conjunction with Domestic Violence Awareness Month. On October 16, Kimaro will be speaking at Old Dominion University (VA). On October 18, Kimaro will be at a FREE Film Screening of A Lot Like You at the Isaac Newton Auditorium (San Jose, CA) for the Santa Clara County Domestic Violence Council Conference. 5:30 Reception; 6pm Program Starts.
And then later in November, when the sun’s all but a distant memory to Seattle-ites, a much-needed trip to Mt Zion National Park for the Red Film Market as part of the Red Rock Film Festival! November 17th at 12:30 in the Canyon Auditorium in Springdale, UT.
At this point, additional screenings are being considered. So please stay tuned for further updates…