Monthly Archives: October 2012

Screening Time at Women’s Independent Film Festival, Nov 2-3

Here is the 411 on the Graceland Girls screening at the Women’s Independent Film Festival in West Hollywood this weekend: Graceland Girls will screen on Friday, Nov. 2 during BLOCK 3, 10:15 p.m. – 12 a.m. at the Actor’s Company Theater, 916a N. Formosa Ave., West Hollywood, CA 90046.  For more information on screening times, visit:  To purchase tickets, click: The festival will be hosted by actress Michal Sinnott.  WIFF is hosting a closing reception this Sunday, November 4 from 4 – 8 p.m. at [...]

Women’s Independent Film Festival Selects Graceland Girls

We are pleased to announce that Graceland Girls has been chosen as an Official Selection for the Women’s Independent Film Festival in West Hollywood, CA on November 2 – 3, 2012. The festival’s mission is to celebrate and give voice to the many diverse and unique perspectives offered by women in cinema from every part of the world. They seek to offer a platform in Los Angeles for the many diverse perspectives of women within the world of independent film. [...]

Chicago International Social Issue Film Festival Panel Video

We had a great time in Chicago this weekend and saw some amazing social issue films.  Some of my personal favorites were Unfit: Ward vs. Ward by EDWIN SCHARLAU III, KATHERINE CARMICHAEL and PENNY EDMISTON and It’s a Girl Thing by SHANNON SILVA.  It was wonderful to join a panel discussion with fellow filmmakers, as well as Founder of The Empower a Girl Foundation, Allison Tibbs.  Check out some of the discussion on Graceland Girls with Director, JORDAN SALVATORIELLO.

We’re off to the Chicago International Social Issue Film Festival!

Tomorrow we leave for Chicago to attend the Chicago International Social Change Film Festival (, where Graceland Girls will be featured as part of the “Women’s Empowerment and Social Change” block on Sunday, Oct 8 at 12:30 p.m. (Showplace Icon Theater).  Director, Jordan Salvatoriello will be participating in a Q&A following the block. We’ll be attending The Microlending Film Project, Rachel Cook’s doc centered on the current state of global microfinance to women as a tool for alleviation of poverty [...]