Film Festival Premieres

Fall is here, the air is crisp and the leaves are just beginning to turn vibrant!  The entire team also feels refreshed and thrilled to announce that Headhunt Revisited will screen at two film festivals in October and November. Receiving the phone calls from festival organizers giving the good news was exhilarating.

We’ll start with LA Femme Film Festival, headquartered in Beverly Hills and the festival venue in downtown Los Angeles, as our US Premiere! LA Femme International Film Festival is a notable festival that provides a platform for female filmmakers to share their films with a varied audience. This includes stories of powerful women in history like Caroline and Margaret! From their mission statement, “LA Femme Film Festival is more than a festival –  it is an emergence of artistic, professional women who can make a difference in the entertainment community by creating productions that speak to a worldwide audience.” With the festival date fast approaching on October 19th-22nd, there are lots of details to finish up.

For friends and supporters in the Los Angeles area, you can purchase a variety of film ticket packages by going to this link:  LA Femme Tickets

You can also purchase single tickets to see Headhunt Revisited. The screening date is October 21st, 6 – 8:00 PM at the Regal Theater Stadium 14 in downtown Los Angeles, located at the LA Staples Center, 1000 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015.

After Los Angeles, we fly back to Seattle for our Pacific Northwest Premiere at the Friday Harbor Film Festival.  We certainly could not ask for a more beautiful location than in our own backyard on San Juan Island. It’s sure to be a fabulous weekend with film friends from November 3 – 5, 2017.

Headhunt Revisited will be screened on Friday, Nov 3rd and Saturday, Nov 4th, at 1:00PM at the Brickworks. You can see the entire schedule here and purchase tickets here.
Friday Harbor Film Festival aims to:

Entertain audiences through the art of compelling storytelling;
Inspire audience members, as well as filmmakers to be a force for positive change;
Enlighten all participants by conveying relevant information, creating awareness and expanding appreciation of our fragile planet, diverse cultures and those daring to explore new frontiers;
Encourage students to participate in the Young Filmmakers Project to learn the art of storytelling through film.

Cartoon drawing by Caroline Mytinger of herself dancing and Margaret playing ukelele in front of villagers.

Come join us at either one of these wonderful film festivals and help us celebrate like Caroline and Margaret would. We hope to see you there!

 

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