“Who Does She Think She Is?” Film Screening and Panel Discussion

“Who Does She Think She Is?” Film Screening and Panel Discussion The Maine Mother-Daughter Project and the Belfast Creative Coalition Present – Who Does She Think She Is? Film Screening and Panel Discussion, Thursday, March 28th, at 7pm at the Maine Hutchinson Center Auditorium, 80 Belmont Avenue (Route 3), Belfast, Maine. Who Does She Think […]

Who Does She Think She Is Film Screening

“Who Does She Think She Is?”

Film Screening and Panel Discussion

The Maine Mother-Daughter Project and the Belfast Creative Coalition Present – Who Does She Think She Is? Film Screening and Panel Discussion, Thursday, March 28th, at 7pm at the Maine Hutchinson Center Auditorium, 80 Belmont Avenue (Route 3), Belfast, Maine. Who Does She Think She Is?, a documentary by Academy Award-winning producer Pamela Tanner Boll (Born Into Brothels), and features five diverse women who refuse to choose between being a mother and being an artist. While the film focuses on artists in particular, it also speaks more generally to mothers who strive to balance their desire to mother with their desire to pursue other dreams. The film goes beyond the individual stories by raising thought-­‐provoking questions about our society. The film will be followed by a panel discussion with four local artists who have first-hand experience balancing mothering and art.

This event is free and open to all. Please visit http://www.whodoesshethinksheis.net/
to learn more about the content of this documentary.

For more information visit our websites,Facebook pages, or contact us by email http://www.umaine.edu/mainemotherdaughterproject/ OR http://belfastcreativecoalition.org/ Facebook: MaineMotherDaughterProject OR BelfastCreativeCoalition
Email: mainemotherdaughterproject@gmail.com OR kimberly@belfastcreativecoalition.org

This project is supported by the Maine Humanities Council, The University of Maine Hutchinson Center, Department of Sociology and Women’s Studies Program

 

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