The Help. screening at WRCA Film Club
WRCA Film Club invites You to watch together a new movie on September 11, at 6 pm.
The movie is set in the state of Missisipi during the 1960s' Civil Rights Movement and tells the stories of black women, who work in white families.
Cast: Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Emma Stone.
Director: Tate Taylor.
Language: Russian, English subtitles.
Attention! WRCA is closed for a week
Dear WRCA members, volunteers and friends we would like to inform You that Women's Resources Center will be closed for a week. We will go on with our activities beginning from September 1st.
You still may reach our Sexual Assault Crisis Center's hotline by the following phone number 094 56 56 26.
WRCA staff members
Women's Resource Center’s film club reopened. Join us for movie screening and discussion.
Women's Resource Center is starting its film club activities. From now on, we will have regular meetings to watch and discuss movies re topics of our interest. The group is also a platform for discussing suggestions and deciding which movie should be screened, thus be active, join the group with the following link.
The first film to be screened on august 7, 6:30 pm, Ridley Scott's Oscar-winning film"Thelma and Louise". It's about two women who are planning to head to the mountains for a weekend for changing the atmosphere of everyday life and getting away from the daily routine. Nevertheless, their vacation turns into a journey full of adventures, and we invite you to take part in it.
The film starring Susan Sarandon (Louise) and Gina Davis (Thelma) premiered in 1991.
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