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LUNAFEST Cambridge 2021 GOES VIRTUAL!
Enjoy LUNAFEST Cambridge, hosted by Soroptimist International of Cambridge, on Saturday, April 17, 2021, beginning at 9am. You may view films until Monday, April 19, 2021 at 9am, from the comfort of your own couch!! Each and every one of you will have the best seat in the house!!
This season’s program of seven selected films will compel discussion, make you laugh, tug at your heartstrings, and motivate you to make a difference in your community. Incredibly diverse in style and content, LUNAFEST is united by a common thread of exceptional storytelling - by and about women.
Enjoy these great films while supporting Soroptimist International of Cambridge, a local volunteer organization with a global reach. One that assists women and girls with access to the education and training they need to achieve economic empowerment. Proceeds will benefit the service projects of Soroptimist International of Cambridge, along with Chicken & Egg Pictures, which supports female nonfiction filmmakers.
*Films are appropriate for audiences age 16 and over.
Ticket Prices (inclusive of fees)
General admission = $18
Household admission for 2 or more people = $23
Join us on Zoom for our 7th Annual community event in celebration of International Women’s Day!
Participation is easy: Register online, mark your calendar for Saturday, March 6, starting at 1:00pm, and think about how YOU will #ChooseToChallenge and call out gender bias and inequality.
Take part in our optional décor contest … prizes for BEST Home Decoration, BEST Selfie with IWD #ChooseToChallenge card and official pose, BEST IWD Poster (your original creation!), and BEST Use of Purple – the official International Women’s Day colour. A $25 prize, supporting a local Cambridge business, will be awarded to each category winner.
Get ready to be inspired by our guest speakers.
From the First Nations Technical Institute we have Daniella Petitti and Joanne Tabobandung. A flight instructor and Dean of Aviation from First Peoples' Aviation - Flight!
Suzie Dunn is PhD candidate and part time professor at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law. Her research centers on the intersections of gender, equality, technology and the law, with a specific focus on technology-facilitated violence, the non-consensual distribution of intimate images, deep fakes, and impersonation in digital spaces. She is a research assistant with The eQuality Project where she is developing a data base on criminal law cases related to tech-violence, a Senior Fellow with CIGI where she is working on a project on technology-facilitated violence in the Global South, and is a member of LEAF’s Technology-Facilitated Violence Project.
Your International Women’s Day
IWD Balloons – Inflate with air or helium, your choice
IWD Button – Wear it before, during & after the event
IWD Cookie – Enjoy with a hot drink!
Hot Chocolate for Two
#ChooseToChallenge Selfie Card – Snap a photo, post it on social media, or send to us for the BEST SELFIE Contest!
Famous Women Matching Quiz – FUN for the whole family
An optional Add-on when you register!
From Challenge comes Change, so let’s all Choose to Challenge!