I wanted to let you know about upcoming March and April screenings of
Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin.
February was a busy month for the film. We're honored to have been awarded Best of Fest at the
Boston SciFi Film Festival and made the cover story of the National Endowment for the Humanities magazine, written by Ursula’s biographer Julie Phillips. As always, we are grateful for the support of the NEH.
Illustration by Chris Gall of Ursula as a young writer. Cover of HUMANITIES Magazine, Winter 2019, Volume 40, Number 1.
In March, the film will travel for the first time to Washington D.C., Nebraska, and internationally to Bulgaria, China, Greece, and Turkey! It will tour Spanish audiences in Barcelona, Huesca, and Madrid. It will also return to Ursula’s hometown for the
Portland International Film Festival!
All these screenings wouldn't be possible without your generous support and the suggestions many of you have shared with us for festivals and venues where you'd like to see the film.
Mar. 8 1:00pm – Thessaloniki, Greece
Friday, Mar. 8, 6:15pm – Omaha, Nebraska
Omaha Film Festival, Aksarben Cinema
Friday, Mar. 8, 7:30pm – Washington, DC
DC Independent Film Festival, The Carnegie Institution for Science. Cash bar and music from 6:30pm for ticket holders.
Saturday, Mar. 9, 2:00pm – Jingjiang District, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China
Kinmirai Gallery Hostel, Building 7, No. 37, Shuinian River South No. 3 Street
On Saturday, Mar. 9, 4:00-5:30pm, Director Arwen Curry will participate in a seminar at The Carnegie Institution for Science in DC, presented in association with Docs In Progress:
CHANGING THE LOOK OF REALITY: Integrating Animation and Digital Effects into Documentaries
Mar. 10, 17, & 23 – Olympia, WA
Olympia Film Society
Tuesday, Mar. 12, 7:00pm – Corvallis, Oregon
LaSells Stewart Center, C&E Hall. After the screening, Director Arwen Curry will join Tony Vogt from the Anarres Project and Carly Lettero from Spring Creek Project on stage for a public conversation.
Mar. 17, 12:30pm & Mar. 18, 6:00pm – Portland, Oregon
Portland International Film Festival, NW Film Center, Whitsell Auditorium – Screening with Kesh, directed by Vanessa Renwick
Sunday, Mar. 17, 5:00pm – Istanbul, Turkey
International Filmmor Women’s Film Festival on Wheels
Tuesday, Mar. 19 (time TBA) – Tacoma, Washington
The Grand Cinema, Tuesday Film Series
Wednesday, Mar. 20, 6:30pm – Newport, Oregon
Newport Public Library
Mar. 24, 6:00pm, – Albany, California
Albany Film Festival – Q&A with filmmakers to follow
Mar. 24, 6:30pm, – Barcelona, Spain
Kosmopolis, Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 7:00 pm – Sofia, Bulgaria
Sofia International Film Festival (Cinema Politica), Goethe Institut
Friday, Mar. 29, (time TBA) – Madrid, Spain
La Casa Escondida
Mar. 29-31 – Vancouver, Canada
Saturday, Mar. 30, 2:00 pm – Berkeley, California
Berkeley Public Library, Central Library Community Meeting Room
Sunday, Mar. 31, 13:00pm – Sebastapol, CA
Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival
Wednesday, Apr. 10, 1:30 pm – Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Valley College (LAVC), Music Recital Hall – Panel discussion to follow, with Director Arwen Curry and Editor Juli Vizza
Apr. 5-15 (date & time TBA) – Phoenix, Arizona
Phoenix Film Festival
Thursday, Apr. 11, 7:00 pm – Berkeley, CA
Rialto Cinemas – Q&A with Director Arwen Curry to follow
Thursday Apr. 11, 5:30pm – Fort Meyers, Florida
For Meyers Film Festival Apr. 19-22 – Los Angeles, California
Claremont, Playhouse, Royal and Town Center Laemmle