Exciting new!!! We have 10 tickets to see the documentary film, Saudi Woman’s Driving School at the Margaret Mead Film Festival located at the American Museum of Natural History.
LIMITED TO 10 TICKETS: Please RSVP by no later than Monday October 14th (FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED)
PLEASE RSVP SEPARATELY FROM THE EARLIER SUPPORT GROUP!
PLEASE RSVP: EMAIL (Once you have RSVP’D, you must commit to attending)
Date: Saturday October 19
Time: 5:00 (film starts at 5:30 and we need to get seats first) DON’T BE LATE
Location: The American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th Street. Depending on the weather, we will be meeting either just inside or outside the entrance.
How to get there:
Take the B (weekdays only) or C to 81st Street. Two blocks west of the Museum, the 1 train stops at Broadway and West 79th Street.
The M79 bus travels east/west on W. 79th Street across Central Park, with a stop next to the Museum on W. 81st Street. Other buses also stop at or near the Museum, including the M7, M10, M11, M86, and M104 buses.
Director: Erica Gornall
Producers: Nick London, Executive Producer: Fiona Stourton, Executive
Producer for HBO: Nancy Abraham and Lisa Heller, Senior Producer for HBO: Sara Rodriguez
2019 | 60 min | Saudi Arabia | United Kingdom
NY Premiere | Protagonist in Attendance | Producers in Attendance
For many Americans, getting a driver’s license is a mundane rite of passage. But for women in Saudi Arabia, who were only allowed to drive legally starting in June 2018, it’s a critical step along the road to independence. Cameras document this change with a rarely-seen look inside the Kingdom and unprecedented access to The Saudi Women’s Driving School, the largest such complex in the world.
Join us for a Q&A with producers Fiona Stourton and Nick London after the screening!
We will be going out to eat afterwards and choose where to go as a group.