Lunafest (A Pow Monthly Screening)

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LUNAFEST is a traveling short film festival by, for, about women that will visit over 175 cities throughout the 2015/2016 season
(October - June) and screen in front of 25,000 people. Our featured films for the 2015/2016 season include stories of reflection, hope and humor from around the world.

FINDING JUNE / 18 minutes
Through the eyes of a deaf woman just diagnosed with breast cancer, communication’s role in
understanding one another is explored.
Director: Anna Schumacher, Los Angeles, California

BALSA WOOD / 9 minutes
A lighthearted slice of life about two mixed-race siblings visiting their extended Filipino family for lunch.
Director: Dominique Lecchi, London, England

BOXEADORA / 17 minutes
One woman defies Fidel Castro’s ban on female boxing to follow her dreams of Olympic glory and
become Cuba’s first female boxer.
Director: Meg Smaker, Oakland, California

RAISING RYLAND / 14 minutes
An intimate look at parenting with no strings attached—a journey inside the transgender experience as
lived by a six-year-old boy and his two loving parents.
Director: Sarah Feeley, Los Angeles, California

A tired housewife loses her car in a shopping mall—sometimes problems can open a door to a whole
new world.
Director: Hanna Maylett, Helsinki, Finland

BEACH FLAGS / 14 minutes
A young Iranian lifeguard, determined to participate in an international competition in Australia,
experiences an unexpected obstacle when a new team member arrives.
Director: Sarah Saidan, Paris, France

More information on our films and filmmakers is available on our LUNAFEST Film Page:

Tickets are available for a sliding scale of $5-$10 at the door.

Doors open at 6:30pm. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Attendees who purchase a ticket will be entered into a drawing for a POWFest Membership!

POWMonthly is a series dedicated to showcasing films directed by women. It provides year-round visibility to the wide range of high quality, thought-provoking films women create, and often gives audiences an opportunity interact with the filmmakers. By doing so, POWMonthly supports the careers and leadership of women in film.

Screenings take place on the fourth Monday of every month at Clinton Street Theater and proceeds fund POWFest’s efforts to increase the number of women in leadership roles in media by providing resources, education and visibility.

For More information about POWMonthly please visit:

For more information about Clinton Street Theater, please visit:
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By: Portland Women's Film Festival (aka POW Fest)

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