Join us at the Wortham Center for our Friday night headlining performance and interview with Americana/folk duo, Mandolin Orange.
Join us for a fireside chat with Hollywood’s first female power agent, Stevie Phillips.
Join us for intimate discussion with Megan Twohey, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter for the New York Times and co-author of SHE SAID: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement, and Virginia Prescott, the Gracie Award-winning host of On Second Thought for Georgia Public Broadcasting.
As citizens of the world,
How do we keep the momentum going throughout 2020 by continuing to speak up, show up, and organize for change so that we can help women achieve parity in our lifetime? What are the actions that both men and women can individually take and what can we do collectively to push for systemic change?
This panel is designed for all gender and nonbinary people.
In this open-ended Q&A discussion, you’ll have a chance to ask those burning questions about the film and television industry from a panel of knowledgeable and experienced experts, who all have strong track records in producing narrative features, documentary, and television.
Award-winning author, Tim Z. Hernandez, offers this engaging performance based on his book “All They Will Call You,” which chronicles his ongoing search for the lives and stories behind one of the most compelling protest songs of the 20th century, Plane Wreck at Los Gatos (Deportees).
For this reading, he will be accompanied by Bob Funck, a singer-songwriter in Durham, North Carolina who plays an eclectic brew of Americana folk-rock.
Panel and Performance with Johnny Irion, John Goodwin, And Jay Erskine Leutz
Panel with Dr. Benjamin Gilmer, Jenny Halper, & Zak Kilberg
Panel With Starhawk, Maya Lilly, And Zak Kilberg
Panel with Lydia Diamond, Lori Knight, David Bruckner, Debra Immergut, and Ari Gold