EXECUTIVE EDUCATION

Lunafest International Film Festival

Lunafest International Film Festival and Panelist Discussion

Thank-you for joining us at the Betty-Ann Heggie Womentorship Foundation and the Edwards School of Business in a special screening of LUNAFEST, the International Film Festival. Stay tuned for next year's dates!

LUNAFEST connects women, their stories, and their causes through film. The program will compel discussion, make you laugh, tug at your heartstrings, and motivate you to make a difference in your community. Incredibly diverse in style and content, LUNAFEST is united by a common thread of exceptional storytelling.

The screening was held Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 7:00pm with a free popcorn, drink, and LUNAbar. Guests enjoyed the panelist discussion following the screening with Moderator Betty-Ann Heggie and panelists, including:

  • Marjorie Delbaere, Associate Professor, Edwards School of Business
  • Sarina Gersher, Ward 8 City Councillor, City of Saskatoon
  • Kit Loewen, Chair, Friends of the Broadway Board
  • Whitney Graves, Radio Host, Rock 102 FM

Proceeds from admission are directed to tuition fees for Proteges from the non-profit sector to attend the Betty-Ann Heggie Womentorship Program at the Edwards School of Business, with a donation also being made to LUNAFEST (the Breast Cancer Fund). This year's festival was generously supported by C95 and 650 CKOM.

2017 Films Included:

Another Kind of Girl | A 17-year-old girl meditates on how her refugee camp has opened up new horizons and given her a sense of courage that she lacked in Syria.

Family Tale | Through love, loss, and determination, the definition of family is rewritten.

Free to Laugh | A documentary that explores the power of comedy after prison.

Join the Club | A writer's dilemma of whether or not to join a networking club unfolds during one therapy session.

Ninera | A story that looks at the bitter irony many nannies face: raising the children of strangers for a living while their own children are virtually left to raise themselves.

Nkosi Coiffure | After a fight with her boyfriend in the street, a woman escapes into a hair salon in Brussels.

Partners | Professional and life partners must confront how intertwined their lives have become.

The Honeys and the Bears | Members of a synchonized swim team for seniors describe the freedom of the water.

The Third Dad | Ten years after breaking all ties with her father, a daughter sets out to find his grave - and redemption.

For more information about the films screening at LUNAFEST, visit http://www.lunafest.org/the-films.

Program Fees

$12.50 plus GST