Bluestocking 2017 Tour hits Boston March 15!

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Bluestocking 2017 Touring Program

MARCH 15, 2018 | 6:30 PM

WGBH'S YAWKEY THEATRE, ONE GUEST STREET, BOSTON, MA 02135

Sponsored by Women in Film and Video New England. Networking event starts at 6:30, screening starts at approx. 7:15 with Q&A afterward. The event will be free for WIFVNE members, free for WGBH employees, free for WGBH members, $10 for non-members and non-employees.

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Bluestocking 2017 goes to Philadelphia, April 12, 2018!

Bluestocking's 2017 touring program of eight female-driven, Bechdel-Wallace tested short films will land in Philadelphia, PA on April 12, 2018. The program is sponsored by Philadelphia Women in Film and Television. Thank you to board member Caryn Hunt!

This is Bluestocking's first time screening in Pennsylvania (founder Kate Kaminski's home state, by the way) and we're looking forward to introducing the program to area audiences.

The location is still to be confirmed, but all details about this and other upcoming screenings can be found here.

Bluestocking 2017 Returns to Maine

Announcing Maine dates for #Bluestocking2017

SCREENINGS ARE NO ADMISSION AND 100% FREE — GET YOUR TICKETS HERE!

BLUESTOCKING 2017 TOURING PROGRAM

SATURDAY, AUGUST 5
DOORS AT 7:00PM / SHOW STARTS AT 7:15PM
TALBOT AUDITORIUM AT LUTHER BONNEY HALL
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MAINE, PORTLAND CAMPUS

Screening:
"Bliss Blue"
"Las Rubias" ("The Blondes")
"Real Artists"
"Rhonna and Donna"
"Shauna Is A Liar"
"Terminal"
"They Charge For The Sun"
"Zarpazo"

ANNUAL YOUTH SCREENING FOR PRE-COLLEGE STUDENTS*

SATURDAY, JULY 15
12:30PM
MAINE COLLEGE OF ART
OSHER AUDITORIUM
PORTLAND

Screening:
"Rhonna and Donna"
"Shauna Is A Liar"
"They Charge For The Sun"
"Kimbap" (Bluestocking 2014)
"Girls" (Bluestocking 2015)
"Q.U.E.E.N." (Bluestocking 2016)

*Some seats will be available to the general public day of show. Message us if you'd like to put names on the list! The show is appropriate for teens aged 15+.

Bluestocking 2017 SNEAK PREVIEW >> May 18

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Want to see the Bluestocking 2017 films before they world premiere in Los Angeles in June? Head on down the road to Soundstage 909 in Portsmouth, NH on May 18 when Leah's Movie Lowdown will host a sneak preview at 7:00 PM. Just $5 admission to see these great female-driven, Bechdel-Wallace tested films. For more information, click here. Hope to see you there!

Announcing Bluestocking 2017 Official Selections

BLUESTOCKING FILM FESTIVAL 2017

OFFICIAL SELECTIONS

8 Short Female-Driven Films by 8 Talented Directors are selected to premiere at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles on June 23, 2017. Bluestocking 2017 films will also travel across Maine and around the country (schedule still to be determined). Check out trailers on our Facebook page and Twitter feed.

BLISS BLUE

Elle Schneider, director / Anna Carini, writer / Calliope Porter, Anna Carini, producers

Synopsis: A seemingly ordinary woman is clearly having an un-ordinary day.

RT: 10:19

LAS RUBIAS (THE BLONDES)

Carlota Martinez Pereda, writer-director / Mario Madueño, producer

Synopsis: Blonde, pretty and delinquent. Nothing stands in the way of Marta and Pepa...except another blonde. Inspired by real events.

RT: 17:00

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REAL ARTISTS

Cameo Wood, director/producer / Ryon Lane & Alexa Fraser-Herron, co-producers

Synopsis: Set in the near future, and based on Ken Liu’s short story of the same name, Sophia has just scored every animator’s dream. But in order to maintain her artistic integrity, it’s going to take all of Sophia’s instincts and nerve.

RT: 12:00

RHONNA AND DONNA

Daina Pusic, writer-director / Helen Gladders, producer

Synopsis: How are you supposed to act when you are conjoined at the hip?

RT: 14:40

SHAUNA IS A LIAR

Chell Stephen, writer-director / Kristy Neville, producer

Synopsis: An isolated, imaginative, perfectionist exacts ill-conceived revenge on all liars of the world via the one target she has access to: a classmate sharing her name.

RT: 10:10

TERMINAL

Natasha Waugh, writer-director / David C. Lynch, producer

Synopsis: TERMINAL is a short film about the decisions women make in the face of overwhelming personal circumstance.

RT: 10:50

THEY CHARGE FOR THE SUN

Terence Nance, director / Eugene Ramos, writer / Guilia Caruso, Kady Kamakaté, Ana Souza, producers

Synopsis: In a dystopian future where people live nocturnally to avoid the harmful rays of the sun, a young black girl unravels the lie that has kept her and her sister in the dark.

RT: 16:46

ZARPAZO

Nerea Castro Andreu, writer-director / Ziggurat Films, production

Synopsis: Mar and Xara meet in a remote mountain setting. Everything is prepared to make the leap into hiding…

RT: 14:30