The Women in the Arts Festival, held annually at Rowan University each October, will this year feature film screenings and discussion with independent women filmmakers and alumni from Rowan’s Radio/TV/Film program. Organized by RTF professor Diana Nicolae, in collaboration with the Office of Social Justice, Inclusion and Conflict Resolution, the screenings will take place at 4:30pm on Friday, October 26th in King’s Auditorium, Bozorth Hall.
Scheduled to appear are:
- Peek (Leann Carlson)
- Kerasan (Argiea Spencer)
- A Touchy Subject (Rachel Dwornick)
- Disease Animation (Amanda Almon)
- Sagami (excerpt) (Erika Tsuchiya-Bergere)
- My Father’s Revolution (excerpt) (Diana Nicolae)
- Family of Too Many (Maaman Rezaee)
- The Leesburg 33: Americus’ Most Wanted (Shari Thompson)
- Driving Mrs. M (excerpt) (Connie Bottinelli)
- Reberth (Montana Marose)
The screenings are just part of a day-long festival that includes performances, food trucks, community art stations, photo booths, and other events across the Rowan University campus.
For more info, please see the SJICR website.