Women+Film supports and promotes the visionary work of women filmmakers around the world and here at home to ensure ways for women to succeed as storytellers who will shape our cultural landscape and inspire audiences across Colorado. Films by and about women showcase the complexity of a large portion of our world, and bring to light the intricacy of a diverse environment. These stories are a powerful opportunity to connect us and to reflect on our own nature as individuals and as members of a larger community.
Friday, April 14th - An Eternity of You and Me
Albert and Sanne live in a house with their cat and chickens in the backyard. And more than anything, they dream of having a child. So they give it a try. A touching and humorous tale of gender roles and two people’s struggle to fulfill their dream of having a child.
Friday, April 14th - Plan C
The abortion pill, which safely and effectively ends a pregnancy up to 12 weeks, has been approved by the FDA since 2000 and yet few have heard of it. PLAN C follows Francine Coeytaux, a public health specialist and the co-founder of the grassroots organization Plan C, as she and her team fight to expand knowledge of, and access to, the abortion pill across the United States. The film reveals the pipelines they built, the criticism they faced, and the hope they have for the future.
Friday, April 14th - Blue Jean
England, 1988 – Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative government is about to pass a law stigmatizing gays and lesbians, forcing Jean, a gym teacher, to live a double life. As pressure mounts from all sides, the arrival of a new girl at school catalyzes a crisis that will challenge Jean to her core