Lunafest illuminates women on screen

April 4, 2014 

  • At The Flicks

    12:30 p.m. April 5, The Flicks, 646 Fulton St., Boise. $15 at the door.

It's the perfect girls day out at the movies. Lunafest, a traveling film festival, showcases the work of nine women filmmakers from around globe. They tell stories about women and the issues they face and embrace, from dealing with financial struggles in Greece (Dimitra Nikolopoulou's "Running Day") to blind dating at a certain age (Venetia Taylor's "Date with Fate") to not letting age stand in the way of what you love (Angela Alford's "Granny's Got Game," pictured). Saturday's screening benefits Soroptimist International of Boise and the Breast Cancer Fund.

Dana Oland

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