Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Reception 6:30 pm, Films 7:30 pm
Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre, 508 S. Main Street, Moscow
on sale starting Monday, March 2 at the Women's Center. Tickets will also be available at the door.
Students: $3 (films only), $6 (reception and films)
General Admission: $6 (films only), $12 (reception and films)
LUNAFEST 2015 will feature a pre-show reception with hors d'oeuvres by Maialina Pizzeria Napoletana, and no-host bar by Camas Prairie Winery. A raffle will be held during the intermission featuring fantastic prizes donated by local businesses.
LUNAFEST is a fundraiser for the Breast Cancer Fund and the U of I Women's Center. For more information about the 2015 event, please contact the Women's Center at email@example.com or (208) 885-2777.
A Good Match by Lyn Elliot
Ann and Alex have split up, but does that mean it's over with Alex's mom, too? Ann wants to give the relationship another try.
Flor de Toloache by Jenny Schweitzer
A group of women daringly challenege gender social norms as an all-femal mariachi band.
Miss Todd by Kristina Yee
In 1910 New York, Miss Todd works to understand the principles of light, but she has more than gravity holding her down.
Tryouts by Susana Casares
Being a teenager isn't easy, especially for Nayla, a Muslim American girl who wants to join her new high school's cheerleading squad.
Chicas Day by Susan Béjar
Today is a girls’ day out, everything is allowed... But don’t forget that this is just a game...
Lady Parts by Emily Fraser and Katherine Gorringe
In an industry dominated by men, Lady Parts Automotive brings a woman's touch.
Tits by Louisa Bertman
A story about feminine exploration.
by Amanda Bluglass
A documentary portrait of Cornwall's grandmother of punk, or, how to be a rebel at 82.
From the original creators:
"We created LUNAFEST to raise awareness about women's issues, highlight women filmmakers, bring women together in their communities, and raise money for the Breast Cancer Fund."
LUNAFEST is a national film festival that showcases original short films by, for, and about women.
LUNAFEST is a special evening where movie fans can gather to view a selection of diverse, unique, and limited distribution films by independent women filmmakers and screenwriters. The films range from documentaries, to animated shorts, to dance narratives, and cover topics such as women’s health, body image, sexuality, spirituality, sports, relationships, cultural diversity, breaking cultural barriers, and the environment.
LUNAFEST is a fundraiser for the Breast Cancer Fund
and the U of I Women's Center.
For more information about LunaFest, please visit the official film festival website