The Three Tomatoes film series, which celebrates films featuring, written, produced, and/or directed by women over 40, will be presenting the first American screening of the Hungarian short film En Passant in Los Angeles this week. The powerful, award-winning film centers on 13-year-old Andor, who is forced to become an adult too soon as he copes with life in an unstable home.
Ann Baker, founder of Women At Woodstock, will co-moderate a panel discussion along with The Three Tomatoes West Coast Editor Debbie Zipp immediately following the film. Panelists will include writer-director Kata Olah, and several experts in domestic violence.
Please join the discussion!
Date/Time: Thursday May 26th from 6:30 to 8:30pm
Reception starts at 6:30 pm, the film screening at 7:15pm (film is 20 minutes), followed by a panel discussion
Location: Blank Spaces DTLA – 529 S. Broadway (@ Pershing Square) Los Angeles.
Tickets are $20 (includes wine/light food reception, screening, and panel discussion.)
Parking is available at parking lots a short distance from the venue.