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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Choose to make a difference. Choose LUNAFEST Seattle


CEM has been asked to invite all of our readers to help us and Girl Power Hour make a difference with GPH’s dedicated efforts to support two charities this December, the National Breast Cancer Fund and Reel Grrls.  Proceeds from your ticket to LUNAFEST will go back to these amazing charities.   LUNAFEST, a traveling film festival of award-winning short films by, for and about women is filled with stories of reflection, hope and humor. 

SCROLL DOWN TO ENTER TO WIN FREE TICKETS FROM CEM!

The Seattle Art Museum is a partner in LUNIEST and will be hosting the event. The event will include a Girl Power Hour style cocktail reception and viewing of the films.  You will enjoy nine inspiring short films by women filmmakers for women that will tug at your heartstrings and inspire you to make a difference in your community. The cocktail party reception, taking place immediately before the films, will include astrology readings, henna, appetizers, wine, door prizes, photo opportunities, swag bags, our resident female DJ and the chance to connect with new friends. Proceeds from this event will benefit Reel Grrls and The Breast Cancer Fund.

For only $35 dollars you can support two charities, enjoy 9 short films by women, connect with caring passionate women, and attend a red-carpet cocktail reception with your gal and guypals.

ENTER TO WIN  FREE TICKETS: 

WHEN: Tuesday December 4. 2012

TIME: 5:30PM-7:30PM Reception | 7:30pm Film Showing

WHERE:  Seattle Art Museum

This fall, the Seattle Art Museum is host to an unprecedented set of exhibitions. Elles: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou, Paris (through January 13) and Elles: SAM – Singular Works by Seminal Women Artists (through February 17). SAM is the only U.S. venue for these groundbreaking exhibitions that tell a story of modern and contemporary art solely through the work of women artists.

COST: $35.00
*Cost includes being awesome, access to the cocktail reception, 1 drink ticket, 1 swag bag and a seat to watch LUNAFEST. (Proceeds from ticket sales go to Reel Grrls locally and the national Breast Cancer Fund.)


What is LUNAFEST?

LUNAFEST began in 2000 to connect women and their stories. LUNAFEST is a traveling film festival of
award-winning short films by, for and about women. This season’s program of nine films – filled with stories of reflection, hope and humor – will travel to over 150 cities and screen in front of 20,000 people nationally.

LUNAFEST BY THE NUMBERS

• $1,000,000 raised by LUNAFEST for local causes
• $556,000 raised by LUNAFEST for the Breast Cancer Fund
• 20,000 expected to attend LUNAFEST’s 2011-2012 season
• 950 films submitted to LUNAFEST each year
• $1,000 awarded to each filmmaker selected to participate in LUNAFEST
• 734 women’s nonprofit organizations have benefited from LUNAFEST
• 15% of every dollar raised goes to the Breast Cancer Fund
• 85% of every dollar raised goes directly to the host’s local charity of choice.

See you on the red carpet!

Socially Yours, Maile + Kassie, CEM Founding Partners

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2 comments:

  1. What a great event! I'd love to go!

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