The Clouds That Touch Us Out of Clear Skies

Mar 08, 2015

(Lynn Shelton, United States, 2000, 16mm, 27 min)

Co-presented with UW-Bothell Women's Global Health class
Supply drive -- see details below!

During this event for International Women's Day, special guest and local filmmaker Lynn Shelton will present a rare screening of her 16mm film The Clouds that touch us out of clear skies, a haunting, imagistic documentary that tells a personal miscarriage story. The film will be followed by conversation and live performances. Special ticket pricing: $8 general admission.

  • Part of our International Women's Day eventsdon't miss our screening of She's Beautiful When She's Angry at 3pm > 
  • Save $1 off the ticket price! Supply Drive run by New Beginnings a primary nonprofit resource for domestic violence prevention and services. It serves Seattle’s community since 1976 and provides services for victims of domestic violence – emotional, sexual, or physical abuse. New Beginning’s mission is to "provide shelter, advocacy and support for battered women and their children, and to change attitudes and social institutions that foster and perpetuate violence".
  • Items collected: toiletries, socks, underwear, colored pencils, markers, hand sanitizers, feminine hygiene products
  • The evening will conclude with readings and performances by local feminists/writers Sonya Vatomsky and Jocelyn MacDonald, and musician Briana Marela (organized by Men's Rights Club)

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