#HerStories, 550 Main St. - 2nd Floor
What’s exciting about the work of women directors in the Festival this year is the range of narratives and storytelling styles. Many are pushing boundaries; others look to recover our humanity. Sexuality abounds, as do coming-of-age stories (by both youth and adults). But these women’s films are distinguished by their fully realized, contemporary, self-possessed female characters. Join <b>Eliza Hittman</b> <i>(It Felt Like Love),</i> <b>Jerusha Hess</b> <i>(Austenland),</i> <b>Lake Bell</b> <i>(In a World…),</i> <b>Lynn Shelton</b> <i>(Touchy Feely),</i> <b>Naomi Foner</b> <i>(Very Good Girls),</i> and <b>Stacie Passon</b> <i>(Concussion)</i> with moderator <b>Sharon Swart</b> to see what, if anything, unites them.
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