Gulf Coast Chapter
USNC for UN Women

Presents the 15th Annual
Through Women's Eyes

International Film Festival
April 5 - 6, 2014

In partnership with the
2014 Sarasota Film Festival
April 4 - 13, 2014

Regal Cinemas Hollywood 20
1993 Main Street

In partnership with Women Make Movies

Academy Award-winning actress and UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Nicole Kidman is the international spokesperson for UN Women's Say NO to Violence Against Women campaign, an initiative to raise global awareness on the issue and make it a top priority for governments worldwide.

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Gulf Coast Chapter
US National Committee for UN Women
P.O. Box 4102 • Sarasota, FL 34230

Through Women's Eyes Partership with the Sarasota Film Festival Continues

The Gulf Coast Chapter and its Through Women's Eyes (TWE) International Film Festival is pleased to partner with the Sarasota Film Festival (SFF) for the 4th year. TWE's films will be shown on April 5 and 6, 2014. The Sarasota Film Festival will be running from April 4 through April 13, 2014.

Together, GCC and SFF have 31 years of experience presenting domestic and international films that entertain, inform, challenge and inspire. Through this partnership, the two non-profit groups hope to again broaden and enrich the film festival experience for both filmgoers and filmmakers.

TWE is also pleased to be partnering again this year with Women Make Movies. From art houses to festivals to broadcasts, Women Make Movies is the world's leading distributor of films by and about women. WMM's acclaimed Production Assistance (PA) Program assists women directors and producers from concept to completion. Informative, inspirational and alternately heartbreaking and joyous, WMM films bring women's lives to the screen. WMM is "by women, about women, for everyone," thus making this a natural and perfect partnership.

The 15th annual presentation of Through Women's Eyes will feature independent documentaries, narratives, and short films by directors that increase awareness of the lives of women throughout the world. Directors who attend the film festival will lead post-film discussions following the first screenings on April 5 and 6, and celebrate with filmgoers at the Filmmakers' Reception fundraiser on April 5.