Women In Film presents a new monthly curated screening series with a concentration on female filmmakers. The series includes new films before their theatrical release, festival favorites, and older films introduced by well-known female filmmakers. The program supports Women In Film’s mission of promoting creative female mediamakers and creates a unique destination to view their talent. Each screening will be followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, writer, producer, and/or cast members.
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Women In Film Screening Series Presents:
Women In Film Member,
You and a guest are invited to a special advance screening of THE REST OF US, followed by a Q&A with Director AISLING CHIN-YEE, HEATHER GRAHAM, AND JODI BALFOUR. Space is limited, so be sure to RSVP in advance.
Wednesday, February 19th, 2020
6:30 p.m. doors; 7:00 p.m. screening
The Rest of Us is the feature directorial debut of the award-winning writer, producer and director Aisling Chin-Yee. Produced by Babe Nation Films, a boutique production company that champions female voices and stories, The Rest of Us follows Cami (Graham), a poised, divorced woman who threatens her already tenuous relationship with her headstrong teenage daughter, Aster (Nélisse), when she invites her ex-husband’s second wife, Rachel (Balfour), and young daughter, Talulah (Pniowsky), to move in with them following his unexpected death. In an unusually full home overlooking their town, the four women must confront their own grief, truths, flaws and secrets while ultimately deciding if the past will dictate their future. The Rest of Us is a dramatic comedy about authentic, complex women and the messy conflicts between them.
Paradigm Talent Agency
8492 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
This theater only admits guests age 18 or older. Please be prepared to show valid ID.
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Screenings are overbooked to compensate for no-shows.
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“The Morning Show,” followed by a Q&A with director Mimi Leder, executive producers Kerry Ehrin and Michael Ellenberg, co-creator at Echo Films Kristin Hahn, and producer at Hello Sunshine Lauren Neustadter
HARRIET, followed by a Q&A with co-writer/director Kasi Lemmons, producer Debra Martin Chase, and moderated by Cameron Shaw, Chief Curator of the California African American Museum
ABOMINABLE, followed by a Q&A with director Jill Culton, producer Suzanne Buirgy, and lead actor Chloe Bennet (“Yi”)
TRANSPARENT: THE MUSICALE FINALE, presented in partnership with ReFrame; post-screening Q&A with creator/writer/executive producer Jill Soloway and producer/writer Faith Soloway. Moderated by Roya Rastegar, Lecturer at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
TALL GIRL, presented in partnership with Netflix; Directed by WIF member Nzingha Stewart
RAISE HELL: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF MOLLY IVINS Post-screening Q&A with Director Janice Engel, Producer Carlisle Vandervoort, Spencer Windes (ACLU of Southern California); moderated by Kat Calvin, Founder and Executive Director of Spread The Vote and Project ID.
BRIAN BANKS Post-screening Q&A with Producers Amy Baer (Women In Film Board President) and Monica Levinson, and cast members Tiffany Dupont and Melanie Liburd Taylor.
OTHERHOOD Post-screening Q&A with Director Cindy Chupack and Producer Cathy Schulman.
BOOKSMART Post-screening Q&A with Director Olivia Wilde, Writer/Producer Katie Silberman, and Producer Jessica Elbaum; moderated by WIF Executive Director Kirsten Schaffer
LITTLE Post-screening Q&A with Writer/Director Tina Gordon, moderated by Deadline‘s Amanda N’Duka
FIVE FEET APART Post-screening panel discussion with Writer Mikki Daughtry, Actress Haley Lu Richardson, Editor Angela Catanzaro, Costume Designer Rachel Sage Kunin, and Assistant Director Drew Ann Rosenberg; moderated by Producer (and WIF Board President Emerita) Cathy Schulman
UNTOGETHER Post-screening Q&A with Writer/Director Emma Forrest
STATE LIKE SLEEP Post-screening Q&A with Writer/Director Meredith Danluck
MARY SHELLEY Post-screening Q&A with Director Haifaa al-Mansour, Producer (and WIF Board President) Amy Baer, moderated by WIF Executive Director Kirsten Schaffer
BOUNDARIES Post-screening Q&A with Writer/Director Shana Feste & WIF Executive Director Kirsten Schaffer
THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR Post-screening Q&A with Writer/Director Nancy Buirski
SOPHIE AND THE RISING SUN Post-screening Q&A with Writer/Director Maggie Greenwald and Crew, moderated by WIF Senior Director of Education, Gayle Nachlis
THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN Post-screening Q&A with star Hailee Steinfeld & director Kelly Fremon Craig; moderated by Executive Producer & WIF Board President Cathy Schulman.
MISS STEVENS Post-screening Q&A with Julia Hart, Lily Rabe, Timothée Chalamet & Anthony Quintal
EQUITY Post-screening Q&A with Meera Menon, and actors Anna Gunn & Alysia Reiner; moderated by Kirsten Schaffer, Executive Director, Women In Film
THE FITS Post-screening Q&A with director Anna Rose Holmer
THE INVITATION Post-screening Q&A with director Karyn Kusama; moderated by Kathryn Hahn (“Transparent,” HOW TO LOSE A GUY IN 10 DAYS)
DAWN & THE BABADOOK Post Screening Q&A with director of DAWN, Rose McGowan
MCFARLAND, USA Q&A with director Niki Caro and Disney President of Production Sean Bailey; moderated by Susan Cartsonis
GRANDMA Q&A with Lily Tomlin and Sam Elliott
6 YEARS Q&A with director Hannah Fidell and cast, moderated by Kirsten Schaffer
SLEEPING WITH OTHER PEOPLE Q&A with director Leslye Headland
VIRUNGA Q&A with director Orlando von Einsiedel and producer Joanna Natasegara; moderated by Lucy Webb
BEYOND THE LIGHTS Q&A with writer/director Gina Prince Bythewood and producer Stephanie Allain; moderated by Naketha Mattocks