The unofficial theme of the Bridgeport Film Fest is "changing the narrative" and what a wonderful way to honor that by inviting a panel of amazing women in entertainment the opportunity to discuss the changes that need to be made for female identifying creatives in the film industry! Featuring:
Aizzah Fatima Actor | Writer| Producer
Jaclyn Blythe Actor | Writer | Director
LaTrice Strong Actor | Writer | Producer
Kristin Dodson Actor | Writer| Producer
Makeba L. Ross Writer | Director
Sahar Al-Sawaf Documentarian | Photographer
Trish Clark Producer| President of the Nutmeg Institute| 48 Hour Film Project New Haven
The Bridgeport Film Festival is a three-day event with both in-person and virtual viewing options, the Bridgeport Film Fest aims to celebrate the diversity and vitality of the film and art communities in the Bridgeport area, support economic development, and provide $2,000 scholarships for five local high school students to pursue higher education in the arts.
WIFVNE Members receive a 15% off discount on weekend passes.
Through various programming the festival seeks to showcase, guide and inspire independent film and theatre artists from the Bridgeport community and beyond. Local audiences will be enriched by the films, workshops, panels discussions and other forms of artistic expression curated by the festival team and will ensure the promotion of Downtown Bridgeport to continue to thrive as a cultural artistic center. The festival is proud to call the historic Klein Memorial Auditorium, a 1400 seat union theater, its home!
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