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Click through the gallery below to see photos of past screenings:
February 15-17, 2013: Los Angeles, California
Asians on Film Festival – North Hollywood
November 9, 2012: Los Angeles, California
All Sports LA Film Festival – El Portal Theater, North Hollywood
September 6, 2012: New York, New York
Rights Fest - Tribeca Cinemas
May 18, 2012: Oakland, California
Redwood Heights Elementary School
This screening happened to be on the day that the Women’s Professional Soccer League officially folded. It was a sad day for a lot of the audience members, but resulted in an engaging discussion on the future of women’s soccer.
May 12, 2012: Santa Cruz, California
Santa Cruz Film Festival – The Nickelodeon Theater
April 14, 2012: Oakland, California
Holy Names University Women’s Soccer Team
March 11, 2012: Portland, Oregon
Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival – Hollywood Theater
March 3, 2012: Albany, California
Albany Film Fest - Albany Community Center
February 10, 2012: San Ramon, California
Dougherty Valley High School
Following the screening, Bay Area based professional female soccer players spoke on a panel about the future of women’s soccer.
December 15, 2011: Hollywood, California
Film Festival Premiere at Newfilmmakers LA – Sunset Gower Studios
November 7, 2011: Oakland, California
Life Academy High School
Screened for Alternatives in Action’s Futbolistas. Followed by a discussion with their teacher/WPSL Bay Area Breeze player Dania Cabello about access to sports.
August 19, 2011: Berkeley, California
The Hub in The David Brower Center
Special Skype interview with WPS Western New York Flash players Alex Morgan and Ali Riley. We also had a panel discussion with WPSL Bay Area Breeze players Kim Yokers, Cori Alexander, Dania Cabello, and sports writer Giovanni Albanese.
August 11, 2011: Los Angeles, California
La Vida Loca Galeria, followed by a reception and art show on female athleticism at The York
The art show featured LA-based artists Susan Higo and Beth McNamara. The screening was followed by a great panel discussion with McNamara, a former WUSA Philadelphia Charge player who experienced the folding of the league in 2002. Former Charge player Andrea Alfiler also joined us on the panel.
June 9, 2011: The Big Island, Hawai’i
AYSO and Kealakehe High School
Special Skype interview with WPS Philadelphia Independence player Natasha Kai – the first woman from Hawai’i to play on the Women’s US National Soccer Team and the Women’s Professional Soccer league.
May 6, 2011: Berkeley, California
UC Berkeley’s North Gate Hall