SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7
WHALLONSBURG GRANGE HALL
The rebellious, turbulent years 1965-’69 for women and the country come to life in an unorthodox yearbook of Skidmore College portraits. Through the lens of the tumultuous times in which they came of age, the women look back at their photos and the ordinary lives of young women become extraordinary 45 years later.
Director Peter Barton, Dartmouth ’63, is a three-time Emmy nominee and Edward R. Murrow Award winner of the anti-prejudice CBS-TV special, Names Can Really Hurt Us.
Executive Producer Liz Roman Gallese, Skidmore ’69, is a documentary film producer, author of Women Like Us and reporter for the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg News.
For more information about the film, visit www.womenof69unboxed.org
Tickets are $10 for adults and only $5 for those under 18. For more info contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.