Film Night featuring Gretchen Stoeltje
In conjunction with Texas Tough, featuring four female artists from around Texas, we are doing related programming recognizing women in the arts. Join us for Film Night as we present Gretchen Stoeltje, a female filmmaker from Texas.
About Gretchen Stoelje:
Gretchen Stoeltje walked into a movie theater, fell in love, and never looked back. A native Texan, she made her way West and learned to make films in California, finishing undergraduate and graduate work at UC Santa Cruz. From San Francisco, the heart of Northern California's independent filmmaking community, she made three films before earning a law degree from Santa Clara University. She has also published several articles addressing issues of law, technology, film, food miles, smart growth and intelligent transportation systems.
Join us as we view two of Gretchen's films, Bionic Beauty Salon and Venom in a Jar, A Kiss from the Queen.
Wine and beer will be served at 6:00 PM and the screening will begin at 6:30 PM
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