LA Film Event:  Sept. 19th, “Women of ’69 Unboxed”.

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3T LA Event: Film screening Women of '69 Unboxed"We’re so excited to launch The Three Tomatoes film series that celebrates women over 40 who are still very much underrepresented in films, even though we have powerful stories to tell. Our goal is to celebrate women with films featuring, written, produced, and/or directed by women over 40 that entertain, enlighten, and build a bridge between generations.

LA Film Event: Sept. 19, Screening "Women of '69 Unboxed"Join us for our launch event and the LA premiere of The Women of ’69 Unboxed.”

In association with Los Angeles Creative Pro User Group (LACPUG)

Date: September 19 from 12:30nto 4 PM. (Check in starts at 12:30 , film starts promptly at 1PM followed by panel discussion & wine reception.)

Screening, panel discussion + VIP wine reception

Venue: Downtown Independent Theatre,

251 S. Main Street, Los Angeles (Note: parking lots adjacent to the theatre.)

For directions, transporation options, location of parking lots, click here.

Ticket Options


Ticket price  includes screening, popcorn, soda, panel discussion, and VIP wine reception. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to UN Women, a global champion for gender equality.To pay by check email

Please Note: There are NO actual tickets. Once you purchase your name will be on our guest list.

The Women of ’69 UNBOXED. Evocative. Memorable. Photos that captured an era – and inspired a documentary. A group of women, college classmates at Skidmore Class of ‘69, who were both electrified and pummeled by the turbulent surf of the 60s, look back, then ahead, as they turn 65, ruminate on their heartaches and triumphs, and evaluate the “dowry” they’ll leave for future generations. Through intimate interviews with 19 of these women, the film focuses on these ordinary lives made extraordinary by the tumultuous times in which they lived.

A Lively Panel Discussion will immediately follow the film and will feature:

Peter Barton, Director/Producer Women of ’69 UNBOXED. Peter Barton is a veteran documentary filmmaker with three Emmy nominations and three CINE Golden Eagle awards to his credit. He received the Edward R. Murrow Award for Names Can Really Hurt Us, a CBS-TV special used in the classroom to combat prejudice.

Liz Roman Gallese, Executive Producer Women of ’69 UNBOXED. Liz Roman Gallese is an award-winning Internet publisher, author, and journalist. As Vice President & Publisher of Catalyst, she produced an online documentary of the global nonprofit’s half century of advocacy for women in business.

Jane Startz, Producer Women of ’69 UNBOXED. Independent film and television producer Jane Startz’s feature film credits include Ella Enchanted, Tuck Everlasting,The Mighty, and The Indian in the Cupboard. Ms. Startz’s television credits include The Magic School Bus; Charles In Charge; The Lawrenceville Trilogy for PBS’s American Playhouse and many others. Ms. Startz is the recipient of more than 50 major awards, including three Golden Globe nominations and six Emmy Awards.

Anita Finlay is an author, actor, blogger and host. Her book, Dirty Words on Clean Skin, a shocking exposé of media bias, has been #1 on Amazon’s Women in Politics books for 16 weeks. An ongoing commentator for The Jerry Doyle Show and America’s Radio News Network, Anita is also a regular guest on Newsmax/Midpoint with Ed Berliner. She was chosen as a 2014 BlogHer Voice of the Year, where her work is repeatedly Editors’ Choice.

To learn more about The Three Tomatoes Film Series read our press release.

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1 Response

  1. I was born 1960/October I am 54 now and I had a great foundation because of the women
    in the 60s

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