All other films and events are being shown LIVE only.
Join The Community Library for the 2020 Family of Woman Film Festival, which will be presented in a fully virtual format.
All films will air on the Library’s Livestream page.
The Family of Woman Film Festival was founded in Sun Valley, Idaho, in 2008, by Friends of UNFPA Board Member, Peggy Elliott Goldwyn, to bring attention to the work of the United Nations Population Fund, which works in more than 150 countries to assure women and girls have access to reproductive health care, education and basic human rights.
Five feature documentaries and dramas from around the world are presented each year, personalizing the status of women in different societies. In 2014, the annual keynote address was named the Bonni Curran Memorial Lecture for the Health and Dignity of Women, in honor of a local philanthropist deeply committed to working on behalf of women and children around the world. In 2019, Friends of UNFPA once again became the Festival’s beneficiary and partner.
For 2020, all films will be presented virtually, free to the public, September 9 through 13. The Bonni Curran Memorial Lecture for the Health and Dignity of Women will be presented virtually on September 8 at 6:00 PM.
To learn more about the films, click below: