Join Women in Film & Video at our first organic Executive Break-Fest at Restaurant Nora!
Enjoy a chef-prepared continental breakfast to accompany a panel discussion, film clips and an opportunity to meet three filmmakers from the 21st Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital, March 12-24.
Julie Bergman Sender, Producer of Harmony, A New Way of Looking at Our World, produced in collaboration with Great Britain's Prince Charles.
Kalyanee Mam, Director of A River Changes Course, an intimate exploration of the damage rapid development has wrought in Cambodia. It won the World Cinema Grand Prize: Documentary, 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
Susan Vogel, Director of Fold Crumple Crush: The Art of El Anatsui, a moving portrait of Africa's most acclaimed contemporary artist. She also directed a second Environmental Film Festial documentary, The Future of Mud: A Tale of Houses and Lives in Djenne.
Restaurant Nora, America's first certified organic restaurant, is a 10-minute walk north of Dupont Circle. Co-owner Nora Pouillon's vision for sustainability is evident in the cuisine, the restaurant's energy sources, and vintage décor.
Special thanks to VideoTakes for sponsoring this event.
$15 / WIFV Corporate and Executive Members. Bring a guest just $10 more. Use code ExecGuest
$25 / WIFV Professional and Student Members
$35 / General Public
RSVP by March 18 to [masked] or register online.