Women on the Verge: Short Film Program

Top Pick November 19, 2017 Boston $14.00 - $16.00 0
Women on the Verge

A short film series focusing on women in the midst of personal, artistic and historic transformations. Shorts include:

116 Cameras (16 minutes): Eva Schloss, a Holocaust survivor, takes part in a new project: preserving survivors’ stories as interactive holograms.

Hinda and Her Sisterrrz (27 minutes): When Hinda Avery began painting the women in her family, they emerged as heroic women taking on the Nazis.

A Portrait of a Beautiful Woman (21 minutes): After an argument shakes up the comfortable routine of her marriage, Gabi runs away to wander the streets on a nocturnal journey.

Wig Shop (15 minutes): At a visit to a local wig shop, an Orthodox Jewish woman (Emily Mortimer, The Newsroom) uncovers a life-changing secret.

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Fact Sheet
When
Sunday, November 19, 2017, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Where
The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
100 Northern Ave
Boston, MA 02210
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Price
$16.00 General Admission
$14.00 Senior/Member/Student Discount

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