WIFVNE sponsors the in-person screening of FAIR PLAY
at the Woods Hole Film Festival
FAIR PLAY. Documentary, 88 minutes.
The unequal gendered division of labor in the home has long existed, with modern living only exacerbating the stress-filled dynamic between parenthood and work. With the global pandemic forcing millions of women out of the workforce, Fair Play follows four different families on their journey to better balance care work at home, illustrating how we aren’t really fighting about dishes in the sink, but much bigger societal problems. Ultimately, Fair Play makes visible the invisible care work historically held by women and inspires a more balanced and equitable future for all.
WIFVNE President Sharon Contillo interviews Jennifer Siebel Newsom, First Partner of California, an award-winning filmmaker, and an influential advocate on gender equality, about her new film FAIR PLAY and her pathway into filmmaking.
Following the live screening on August 5th at 4:00pm at Redfield Auditorium, Olivia Morgan will moderate a discussion with Jen Newsom and Lucia Small (GIRL TALK). Sponsored by Women and Film and Video New England.
The Woods Hole Film Festival celebrates its 31st year of bringing the best in independent film from around the world to Cape Cod. The festival dates are Saturday, July 30 through Saturday, August 6.
The film program includes 116 films selected from submissions from around the world: 17 feature narratives, 27 feature documentaries, and 72 short films.
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