Join us on March 18th for a screening of A Small Good Thing at the Denver Film Society Women+Film Festival! The film will be followed by a Q&A with Director Pamela Tanner Boll.
"A Small Good Thing" by Pamela Tanner Boll explores what it takes to live a good life at the beginning of this new century. This film follows six people who, despite economic concerns and high levels of stress, have found a way to have more meaning in their lives, a closer bond with their families and communities, and a deeper connection to themselves and the natural world.
Women+Film Festival, March 15-20, 2016. The Women+Film Festival, presented by the Denver Film Society, is a six-day showcase of documentaries, narratives and short films celebrating the best in women centric programming. The Festival includes panel discussions, in-person guests and receptions while highlighting thought-provoking, inspirational stories of women from around the world. The festival is apart of the Denver Film Society’s year round Women+Film program, the mission of which is to promote films for, by, and about women to engage with the audience, build community, educate and inspire.
Pamela Tanner Boll, an artist, filmmaker, writer, and activist, is the Director of Who Does She Think She Is?, a film about five artists who are mothers. She is the Co-Executive Producer of Academy Award-winning Born into Brothels, and the Executive Producer of eight documentaries: Connected, In a Dream,Our Summer in Tehran, Strange Powers: Stephin Merritt and the Magnetic Fields, Living in Emergency: Stories of Doctors without Border, She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry, Close to the Fire, and E-Team.