Wrap Party Tickets For All Flicks4Chicks Filmmakers Are Available For Purchase – As Of June 10th


It’s time to celebrate the completion of all the Flicks4Chicks films!  This closed event will be held at John Harvard’s Brewery and Ale House at 33 Dunster Street, Cambridge, just two blocks from the Brattle Theater.  All participants should have received an email with a link for purchasing tickets.  Meet other filmmakers and share your production stories.  The event occurs right after our screenings on June 29th, from 9:30 – 11:30 PM.  Light snacks will be provided so please purchase your tickets ASAP.  That way we’ll be sure to have enough food.

If you have not received an email with a ticket link, please write to us at flicks4chicks.contest@gmail.com.  Tickets are $10.00 and any cast or crew may also purchase a second ticket for a significant other.  Only a very limited number of tickets will be available at the door.  Cash bar.


Twenty Nine Fantastic Films Premiere at the Brattle Theater – Tickets On Sale Now!


Director Catharine Pilafas sets up a critical dining scene in “Pinky Promise,” a story of friendship, competition and possible love. PHOTO CREDIT: Barb Odell

Twenty nine of the best Flicks4Chicks short films will screen at the Brattle Theater in the heart of Harvard Square on Wednesday, June 29th and Thursday, June 30th. After all of the hard work, we can hardly wait to share these films with the public.

Twenty awards will be given to many of the filmmakers. Single tickets can be purchased for individual screenings at $10.00 each or you can attend all 4 screenings for only $25.00 by purchasing a Program Pass.

SCREENING I 6:00 – 7:15 PM
Grandma in Love
For Sam
Green Fingers
The Story of My Life
The Dream
A Perfect Match

SCREENING II 7:45 – 9:00 PM
Objects in the Mirror
City Stars
Femina, Fuge!
Weekend Vampire
Pretty Good Run
Super Might: The Unveiling

SCREENING I 6:00 – 7:15 PM
Somewhere Around The Corner
Pinky Promise
Baked Goods
Boxed Up
Like Me

SCREENING II 8:00 – 11:30 PM
The Bookery
The Wish
Little Eve’s
The Letter
All My Voice
Forgotten War
Culture Club

Flicks4Chicks Film Contest Takes Off With 50 Teams Shooting

The Flicks4Chicks contest was launched for sign-ups on February 14th and the festival organizers honestly had no idea what to expect when they made an international call to filmmakers.  Would women filmmakers be inspired to make a short in one month or would that seem too daunting?  Since men dominate the industry, how might they feel about a contest requiring that women hold lead roles of creative authority?  Finally, how would people who generally have their own artistic visions respond to being given a choice of “situations” on which to build their stories?  It turns out that, with a few exceptions, we received an overwhelmingly positive response.  Well over fifty teams signed up and on the cut-off date of March 31st there were others who had learned of the contest too late, still hoping to participate.

On April 1st the Flicks4Chicks film teams received their narrative situations and were given 5 days to make a final decision on which one they wanted to develop.  Now, the international film contest is off to a roaring start with 50 crews from across the US and the world busily working on their projects.

Situations range from “a Muslim woman with a love of technology joins a “geek” sorority at college but still finds her values in collision with the young women around her” to “a female police officer who has been experiencing sexual discrimination is asked to assist in an intense hostage situation where things have spiraled out of control.”

Who might do the best job of exploring diversity or moving beyond the Bechdel test?  We could hardly wait to see, so we asked our teams to send us production stills once they began shooting.  With a deadline of May 1st, it’s a race to the finish.   Here are just a few of the highlights.  If they inspire you, save the dates of June 29th and 30th to attend our Different Faces Different Voices Festival screenings at the Brattle Theater in Cambridge, MA.

Martin Dwyer

Application Developer

Rachel Wright

Art Director & Photographer

Andrew Butler

Photographer & Illustrator