We’re so excited to bring the 3T Film Series – which launched in LA in September – to New York City. By highlighting the power and talent of women over 40 in film, we hope to change the perception of how “women who aren’t kids” are perceived in society and help younger women realize their own potential and the choices they have today in defining their destiny.
Women of ’69 UNBOXED. The Boomer generation started the revolution to change things for women in the 60’s. It was the dawn of a new era for women where they had freedom to make choices in their role in society and change their own destiny which is the subject of Women of ’69 UNBOXED, our first film in the series.
In this award-winning documentary, a group of women, college classmates at Skidmore Class of ’69, who were both electrified and pummeled by the turbulent surf of the 60s, look back, then ahead, as they turn 65, ruminate on their heartaches and triumphs, and evaluate the “dowry” they’ll leave for future generations. Through intimate interviews with 19 of these women, the film focuses on these ordinary lives made extraordinary by the tumultuous times in which they lived.
Join us for the screening and a lively panel discussion, including the filmmakers on how the 60’s defined a generation and how that generation of women changed the world for future generations. It will be a fun and engaging afternoon!
Date: Sunday Dec. 6, 4:30 to 6:30 PM
Venue: The Triad, 158 W 72nd St, NYC (click here for directions/transporation/parking)
Screening following a panel discussion the filmmakers (see below.)
Tickets are $15. Note: the venue has a 2 drink minum. Buy tickets below.
Please Note: There are NO actual tickets. Once you purchase your name will be on our guest list.
A Lively Panel Discussion will immediately follow the film and will feature:
Peter Barton, Director/Producer Women of ’69 UNBOXED. Peter Barton is a veteran documentary filmmaker with three Emmy nominations and three CINE Golden Eagle awards to his credit. He received the Edward R. Murrow Award for Names Can Really Hurt Us, a CBS-TV special used in the classroom to combat prejudice.
Liz Roman Gallese, Executive Producer Women of ’69 UNBOXED. Liz Roman Gallese is an award-winning Internet publisher, author, and journalist. As Vice President & Publisher of Catalyst, she produced an online documentary of the global nonprofit’s half century of advocacy for women in business.
Jane Startz, Producer Women of ’69 UNBOXED. Independent film and television producer Jane Startz’s feature film credits include Ella Enchanted, Tuck Everlasting,The Mighty, and The Indian in the Cupboard. Ms. Startz’s television credits include The Magic School Bus; Charles In Charge; The Lawrenceville Trilogy for PBS’s American Playhouse and many others. Ms. Startz is the recipient of more than 50 major awards, including three Golden Globe nominations and six Emmy Awards.
Nancy D. O’Reilly, PsyD, is an author of Leading Women: 20 Influential Women Share Their Secrets to Leadership, Business, and Life. She urges women to connect to help each other create a better world because it’s more fun AND more effective to work together. As a clinical psychologist, motivational speaker and women empowerment expert, O’Reilly guides women to create the satisfying and purposeful lives they want to benefit themselves, their families and their communities. Her 501©3 Women Connect4Good, Inc. supports training for leadership parity in the USA, for budding entrepreneurs in Africa, and for healthy women and families everywhere.
Liz Abzug is Founder & CEO, The Bella Abzug Leadership Institute (BALI) a 501-c-3 not for profit leadership training organization for young women whose mission is to “inspire young women and girls to lead the future.” As a national public affairs and strategic consultant, professor, lawyer and candidate for New York City elective office, Ms. Abzug has been a professional involved in many fields including politics, economic and urban development and human rights. She is a Professor in Urban Studies and Women and Leadership at Barnard College /Columbia University.
Here’s what attendees said at our LA screening:
What a wonderful documentary!
Really loved Women of ’69 Unboxed! I really admire the work you’re doing on behalf of women.
Really enjoyed the movie. I felt so close to many of the women in the movie after it was all over. Thank you so much.
Excellent documentary and lively discussion.
And here’s what the LA press had to say:
To learn more about The Three Tomatoes Film Series read our press release.