King's University College Kenny Theatre (266 Epworth Ave)

LUNAFEST Film Festival

Presented by Soroptimist International of London

LUNAFEST Film Festival

Presented by soroptimist International of London

May 15, 2019 | 5:30pm Community Partners Sharing
                         7:00pm Screening
King's University College Kenny Theatre (266 Epworth Ave)

LUNAFEST is a program of short films about women created by women.  It’s about giving women the opportunity to tell their stories and opening the door for filmmakers who might not otherwise be given the chance to show their art. LUNAFEST proceeds are donated to charity. Various London agencies will be presenting information about their services to the London Community at this event.

To read more about the films, visit: www.lunafest.org

Tickets: $20 Advance / $25 At Door / $15 Student

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LUNAFEST Line-Up 2019

Flip the Record

By Marie Jamora

In this 1980s coming-of-age story set to pulsing hip-hop music, a Filipino-American teen discovers her identity through a budding talent for turntablism.

The Final Show

By Dana Nachman

A woman who has lived a long life full of love and loss has to decide, based on all that she has learned, who to take along to eternity.

My Immigrant Story

By Yuriko Gamo Romer

The hot-button issue of immigration inspired the director to reflect on her own path to American citizenship.

War Paint

By Katrelle N. Kindred

A young black girl in South Los Angeles experiences a series of events that intersects racism and sexism during the 4th of July holiday.

Drummer Girl

By Sophie Hexter

A woman's life changed in the blink of an eye. Music set her free.

Are We Good Parents?

By Bola Ogun

When a couple's 14-year-old daughter says she’s going to her first dance with her classmate, they question their preconceived notions of her sexuality and their openness as parents.

Today, Tomorrow, Yesterday

By Jackie Files

A young woman finds her old diaries while moving out of her childhood bedroom and learns to make peace with herself.

ur dead to me

By Yonoko Li

A dried-flower delivery woman gets a glimpse into the cycles of love and loss.


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