Lunafest International Film Festival

and Panel Discussion



Introduction and Background

Join the Betty-Ann Heggie Womentorship Foundation and the Edwards School of Business in a special screening of LUNAFEST, the International Film Festival.

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.

Join us on International Women's Day at LUNAFEST 2020 to take in the spectacle with a free popcorn, drink, and LUNAbar. Enjoy the panelist discussion following the screening with moderator Rachelle Brockman.

Proceeds from admission will be 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 Chicken and Egg Pictures. Seating is limited!


Event Times

6:00 PM | Doors Open
7:00 PM | Screening
8:30 PM | Panelist Discussion


2020 LUNAFEST Moderator and Panelists

Rachelle Brockman | Moderator

Principal of Eureka Experience, Rachelle is an experienced, award-winning educator, a passionate artist, and an enthusiastic entrepreneur. She inspires people, teams, and organizations to ‘get it done’ in a passionate, productive way. Rachelle was a LUNAFEST panelist herself in 2014 and we are looking forward to what she will bring as moderator this year!


 Joy Crawford | Panelist

In addition to her role as Financial Advisor at Edward Jones, Joy is a Women, Diverse and Inclusion Leader for Saskatchewan and Manitoba. She is experienced and shares her skills as the Chairperson for Quint Development Corporation, a Vice-Chair of the Board of Governors at USask and a mentor to women who would like to be involved in all levels of politics. She is also a founding board member of the Saskatoon Chapter of EWI, Vice-President of Saskatoon Women's Network, and a member of Business Network International.

Joy graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Commerce degree majoring in Marketing and Human Resources. She is also a Certified Professional Accountant. She has served as community association president, on the City of Saskatoon Municipal Planning Commission, as a Big Sister, a University Senator, and as President of the U of S Alumni Association.


Prabha Mitchell | Panelist

Chief Executive Officer of WESK, formerly Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan Inc., Prabha is passionate about driving change to close the gender entrepreneurship gap. Leading an organization with over 800 members, the organization offers a breadth of programs and services to support women start, grow and scale their business. Driven by the principle “Begin with the End in Mind” Prabha is passionate about defining a Vision and steering the organization in the right direction.  Fueled by the spirit of “doing the right thing” Prabha embraces courage and integrity as a leader.

Prabha was a key player in leading the Certified General Accountants (CGA) Association of Saskatchewan through the Unification of the Accounting Profession to one designation, CPA. She was conferred an honorary CPA by the Board of Governors of the Certified General Accountants for her role in the process.

She shares her entrepreneurial spirit by serving as a member of the Paul Hill Advisory Board, University of Regina, Board member for the Saskatchewan Housing Authority, Saskatchewan Polytechnic and the Women's Enterprise Organizations of Canada (WEOC). She has also served as a Judge for the community’s Business Awards, JDC West Business School Case Competition, and Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year.


Kelsey Muprhy | Panelist

Kelsey grew up in Saskatoon Saskatchewan on Treaty six territory where she has lived most of her life. Currently Kelsey is working as the Executive Director at The Princess Shop as of early May 2019. Kelsey sits on the board of Girls Rock Saskatoon, a local nonprofit that is dedicated to the empowerment of female, trans, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming youth and adults through collaborative music creation and performance. She is also a board member, player, and team captain of the Saskatoon Valkyries. Kelsey is a graduate of the Edwards School of Business, majoring in Management where she completed the Honours research Program. Her honours project focused on nonprofit and charitable organizations' experiences with sponsorship and corporate philanthropy, connecting well with her current work.


Program Fees

$12.50 plus GST

Includes screening, popcorn, drink and LUNAbar.

Registration Deadline

To Be Announced

Course Planner

For more information, contact

Bobbi Spicer

Program Coordinator

t: 306-966-1654


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