Baltimore Women’s Film Festival Thursday – Sunday 10/23-10/26

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The Baltimore Women’s Film Festival
October 23-26, 2008 at Landmark’s Harbor East Cinema

For more information, go to the Baltimore Women’s Film Festival Website at — you can view a list of all films and even watch some previews.

The Baltimore Women’s Film Festival is dedicated and focused on seeking out and promoting cinema created by and for women. This non-profit festival is held during breast cancer awareness month. 50% of all ticket sale proceeds are donated to breast cancer research and the outreach/survivorship program for Johns Hopkins breast cancer patients.

I will be there this weekend as a JUDGE with my friend and film pro, Sue Pefferly! We are both really excited about this. Maybe we will see you there.

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