PAST EVENTS

SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 2019 

GreenLight Women invites you to a special screening of the acclaimed documentary

THE HUMAN RACE

about six runners, all over the age of 50, training for the biggest race of their lives.

1:00PM – 4:00PM
The New York Film Academy

Q&A to follow the screening where you’ll meet

Director Liz Vassey

Director of Photography David Emmerichs

Editor Leah Breuer

Coach Patrick Connelly

Moderated by Lillah McCarthy


 

 

MARCH 8 – 14, 2019 

 A CLASSY BROAD: MARCIA’S ADVENTURES IN HOLLYWOOD
Limited Theatrical Engagement

Celebrate International Women’s Day with Marcia Nasatir — the woman who broke through Hollywood’s glass ceiling to become the FIRST FEMALE VP of a Major Motion Picture Studio!

A CLASSY BROAD: MARCIA’S ADVENTURES IN HOLLYWOOD, a feature-length documentary, is available on iTunes and Amazon, with a special weeklong theatrical engagement at Laemmle Music Hall in Los Angeles from March 8-14 with daily screenings at 5:30 p.m.

Marcia Nasatir and Director Anne Goursaud will be in attendance Friday, March 8th; Saturday, March 9th; and Sunday, March 10th for a 15-minute Q+A following each 5:30 p.m. screening.

WATCH THE TRAILER: A CLASSY BROAD: Marcia’s Adventures in Hollywood

PURCHASE TICKETS
 HERE


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2018    

Join Greenlight Women at this year’s AIDS walk Los Angeles, a 10K fundraising walk to fight the AIDS epidemic. Walk with us or make a donation; every dollar we raise helps APLA Health stop new outbreaks and supports those living with HIV/Aids.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2018    

“Engaging, Informative – everything a worthwhile
documentary should be"
The New York Times

“Facinating, moving and wonderfully tuneful."
Screen International

SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2018   

GreenLight Women Event Action Group Presents

A SPECIAL SUNDAY SALON WITH SHERRY LANSING

Join us for an intimate Salon with Sherry Lansing, one of Hollywood’s most powerful women. As an independent producer, she was responsible for such ground breaking fare as “The Accused” and “Fatal Attraction”. When she became the first female President at 20th Century Fox and later the CEO of Paramount Pictures, she oversaw the production, marketing and distribution of more than 200 films including Academy Award winners: “Forrest Gump,” “Braveheart” and “Titanic”. Ms. Lansing is a trailblazer, philanthropist, visionary leader and creative filmmaker.  She has received numerous honors throughout her illustrious career and was awarded the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at the “79th Annual Academy Awards.”

SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 2018 

GreenLight Women Event Action Group Presents

A CLASSY BROAD: THE MARCIA NASATIR DOCUMENTARY

Featuring a Q&A with the legendary Marcia Nasatir

Join us to celebrate the career of trailblazing executive and producer Marcia Nasatir.

She is the powerhouse behind such films as “The Big Chill”, “Carrie” and “3 Days of the Condor”

12-3PM – New York Film Academy Screening Room
3300 W Riverside Dr, Burbank, CA 91505

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018   

GreenLight Women, Women in Film and Laemmle Sneak Preview Club
INVITE YOU TO ATTEND AN ADVANCE SCREENING OF

THE JUDGE

THE JUDGE is a critically-acclaimed documentary feature from Emmy®-winning director Erika Cohn about a young lawyer and her unlikely path to become the first woman religious court judge in the Middle East.

7:30 PM – AHRYA FINE ARTS
8556 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211

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OCTOBER 10, 2017    

TAKE MY NOSE…PLEASE!

The award winning and entertaining documentary – TAKE MY NOSE… PLEASE! follows two comedians as they deliberate about going under the knife. Emily Askin, an up-and coming improv performer, has always wanted her nose refined. Emmy Award nominee, Jackie Hoffman, a seasoned headliner on Broadway and TV, considers herself ugly and regrets not having the nose job offered in her teens. And maybe she’d like a face-lift, as well. As we follow their surprisingly emotional stories, we meet others who have taken the leap – or held out. Putting it all in perspective are psychologists, sociologists, the medical community and cultural critics. And for comic relief and the profundity only female comedians can supply. The film includes commentary from Judy Gold, Julie Halston, Lisa Lampanelli, Giulia Rozzi, and Adrianne Tolsch.


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