Sun Feb 24, 2019 – 12:00 pm | Hendricks Arts Center
Directed by Oriana Oppice
USA | 14 min | 2018
A family is torn apart when a teenage girl attends the Women’s March in DC without telling her born-again Christian mom.
Born in Sicily and raised in Chicago, Oriana is an independent film and commercial director, writer, producer, and actor. Recent award-winning films include “Lobster fra Diavolo,” “Camp Belvidere,” and “Lost and Found.” In both comedy and drama, she focuses on telling stories about big things happening to small people. She is committed to elevating the visibility of women in front of and behind the camera. Oriana has degrees from McGill University and the University of Chicago, and is the Director of Programming and Communications for Women in Film Chicago.