Benefit Film Screening for Rock Camp for Girls Montreal!

What : Screening “From the Back of the Room”
When:
Friday March 30th Doors at 6:30pm Screening begins at 7pm
Where:
Concordia University EV 1.605 (1515 St. Catherine West) Metro Guy-Concordia
Info: $5-$10 suggested donation. This screening is wheelchair accessible & ALL AGES

Join us for a benefit screening of “From the Back of the Room” for Rock Camp for Girls Montreal!

“Many people have the impression that the Riot Grrrl movement in the mid-90s
was the end-all, be-all of female involvement in DIY punk. This is
definitely not the case! Plenty of amazing ladies prior to this era
paved the way for it, and plenty of amazing ladies continue to help keep
DIY together today. This documentary chronicles the past 30 years of
female involvement in DIY punk, and has interviews with over 30 women
from across the country, ages 17 to 40. Race, gender, sexuality,
motherhood, class, and activism are all addressed in this film, giving a
more complete picture of how these women participate in the DIY
community, and how it affects their daily lives.” – www.fromthebackoftheroom.com

Rock Camp for Girls Montreal very own Heather Hardie will be screening her
short documentary “Rebel girls: Empowerment and Education at Rock Camp
for Girls Montreal”, and music video’s by Galaxea Coral and Dekoder will
be shown prior to the film.

Support grassroots organizing, community radio, and DIY filmmaking!

www.fromthebackoftheroom.com
www.girlsrockmontreal.org
www.cjlo.com

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