West of Redemption, directed by Cornelia Duryee Moore, has its World Premiere at Seattle International Film Festival on May 25, 2015. Shot in Eastern WA and set in 1989, this tense drama stars Billy Zane, Maria Klaveno, and Kevin Alejandro.
CORNELIA DURYEE MOORE. Writer, director, producer. After having many careers, Cornelia is where she's meant to be and preparing to release her third feature film, West of Redemption, premiering at Seattle International Film Festival May 25, 2015.
Kay D Ray's documentary film Lady Be Good, edited by Catherine Wadley, won best documentary at the Vancouver International Women In Film Festival and is an official selection of the Mendocino Film Festival.
Jo Ardinger, WIF grant winner and director of Personhood, is a panelist on Making Provocative Documentaries and Provoking Documentary Audiences, May 30 at SIFF
Rosalie Miller and Jo Ardinger will present Personhood, May 31 as a SIFF workshop Master class
Vlada Knowlton's documentary Having It All will premiere at Town Hall Seattle May 18, 2015
Jennifer Townsend's documentary, Catching Sight of Thelma & Louise began 24 years ago
Laila Kazmi's documentary short, Heartwood: The Art of Humaira Abid is nominated for 2015 NW Emmy Awards.
Leah Warshawski's documentary Big Sonja is written up in Huffington Post.
Kay Ray's documentary Lady Be Good; Instrumental Women In Jazz screened at Mahalo Palace Theater
Mark Titus, director and Susan LaSalle producer documentary, The Breach returns to Ireland
Virginia Bogert is directing a documentary for 5th Avenue Theatre with Susan LaSalle producing.