Women's Vision Film Series - Barbara Loden's Wanda March 18 FREE!

This year Women's History Month celebrates the artistic achievements of women with the theme Women's Art: Women's Vision. The UGA Libraries Media Department will screen films by women directors every Tuesday evening from March 4-April 15, 2008. All screenings will take place at 7:30pm in the Media Department Screening Room on the 7th floor of the Main Library.

To view the entire schedule, click here: UGA Libraries' Blog

Screenings in March are BLUE CARD events for UGA Students. Free and open to the public.


Tuesday, March 18, 2008
Barbara Loden, United States
1970, 102 minutes

"Shot in cinema-verité style on grainy 16mm film stock, Wanda tells the story of the unlikely partnership between a coal-mining wife from Pennsylvania (played with sensitivity and brio by the filmmaker herself), dumped by her husband and the men she met while drifting, and a petty crook on the rebound (Michael Higgins), who convinces her to pull a major 'bank job' with him." –Bérénice Reynaud, Senses of Cinema

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