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Podtalk: Chicago’s Women of the Now Presents ‘Deities of the Divine’ on Oct. 7, 2017

Deities of the Divine

CHICAGO – The filmmaker/creative group known as Women of the Now are keen to present happenings in Chicago, decorating their events with installations and themed entertainment. Their next gathering, the last big bash of the year, will take place on Saturday, October 7th, 2017, at Camera Ambassador (details below) and is called “Deities of the Divine.”

Podtalk: Katelyn Zenie of the Femme Filmmaker Showcase in Chicago on Sept. 9, 2017

Femme Filmmakers Showcase

CHICAGO – The film community is flourishing in Chicago, and this weekend boasts of another cinema event. The Femme Filmmaker Showcase will screen three blocks of short films, all either created by women filmmakers or with women centric themes, on Saturday, September 9th, 2017. This will also be an evening of networking, and tours will be provided at one of the latest studio spaces in Chicago, 2112/Fort Knox Studios.

Podcast Talk: Aimy Tien for Women of the Now on ‘Poerotica’ on Aug. 19, 2017

Poerotica

CHICAGO – Less than two years ago, Women of the Now (WOTN) Founder and filmmaker Layne Marie Williams brought her Philadelphia organization to Chicago, when she moved here to evolve her career. As Woman of the Now has grown in its new home, the group has sponsored many happenings and events, the latest of which is “Poerotica,” subtitled “Liquor, Lingerie and Love Languages.” The event will take place at Reunion Chicago on Saturday, August 19th, 2017 at 8pm (details below).

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