The first screening will be in Kingston on March 8, a special screening put together by UPWIFT (Upstate New York Women in Film and Television). Tickets can be purchased here at various prices.
Next screening will be a part of the POWFest, a film festival in Portland that focuses on women directors by showcasing their work, strengthening the community of women in film, and empowers women to find their voice and to share their stories through innovative and quality filmmaking. Sisterhood will screen on the March 12, and will serve as the festivals opening film. It is unknown if anyone involved with the film will attend. Ticket can be purchased here.
The two remaining screening opportunities are a part of film festivals as well. LAWomensFest will hold a screening on March 21 as a part of their festival, also dedicated to women in media. The screening will be in Burbank, at the Woodbury University. Tickets are $10 and can be found here.
And of course we can not forget the Atlanta Film Festival. A few weeks ago we shared an article through our Facebook about how Sisterhood had gotten an early pick for the festival, and now we finally have a date for the screening. Fans in and around Atlanta can catch the movie on March 27, purchase your tickets here.
On another note: I've added an on-set photo of Georgie that Sisterhood shared via their Snapchat (thank you Emma for getting it for us), and I can also announce that Marilyn Fu tweeted today that we would get a trailer for Sisterhood soon!