More tickets now available for Paris was a Woman screening

Due to popular demand, Watershed has moved the screening of Paris was a Woman into Cinema One – meaning it is no longer sold out!

So if you thought you had missed out on tickets, your luck is in! Tickets are available online and over the phone.

Here’s the lowdown…

Saturday 14 March 2015, 11am – 1pm

Paris was a Woman film screening 

The Left Bank of 1920s Paris was a hub for women writers, artists and publishers. From Gertrude Stein with her writing experiments and literary salon, to Sylvia Beach running Shakespeare & Company, and Natalie Barney’s decadent parties, women flocked to the city because Paris was ‘the only city in the world where one can live exactly as one pleases.’

Greta Schiller’s 1996 film explores the lives of some of the key Left Bank women, including Stein, Djuna Barnes, Colette, and Sylvia Beach.

The film will be followed by a brief audience discussion, chaired by Sian Norris. Sian is the founder of the Bristol Women’s Literature Festival and is currently writing a book about Gertrude Stein and her circle.

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Looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow!

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