Monthly Movie Night Series
JOIN US JUNE 24 @ 6PM - 7:15
Every month we showcase independent films along with a Q&A between the audience and the filmmaker. This online event helps to raise funds for our new education program Revolution Me Media Lab, and the Revolution Me Film Festival.
Our sixth installment of the series will feature screenwriter, director, and actress Joosje Duk. Joosje's films have screened & won awards at the Revolution Me Film Festival. She will be showcasing her films followed with a Q&A.
Tickets are by donation, and all proceeds go to help Revolution Me continue to show and grow
the arts in our communities.
Donate below and we will send you an email
with all the viewing information.
***IF YOU CAN'T MAKE THE MOVIE NIGHT WITH Q&A, YOU WILL STILL HAVE ACCESS TO CHECK OUT THE MOVIES
ON YOUR OWN TIME
Pronounced Yosha Dook - not Juicy Duck - Joosje Duk is a screenwrtier, director and actress who aims to create socially conscious content through a colorful lens. She wrote and directed the successful short film NIGHT, which won the HuffPost Arts Impact Award, was selected for over 25 film festivals, gained over 950k views online and was invited to screen at Disney's studios.
Joosje's short film, THIN ICE, won the ShortsTV Pitch Award at the Netherlands Film Festival and screened at the Oscar-qualifying Hamptons and Atlanta Film Festival. In collaboration with Dutch network VPRO, Joosje wrote and directed her first pilot, GAPPIES. This led her to direct her first 8-episode web series, #FITGIRLS. In 2020, Joosje wrote and directed the comedy web series ALMOST STARRING, which stars three Goldne Calf-winning actors (Dutch Oscars).
In February 2021, Joosje was selected by Netflix for their New Voices script contest, where she is writing her first Dutch feature screenplay, an anti-rom com about female sexuality. Joosje was one of the 15 selected screenwriters out of over 550 applicants. Joosje is also in development of her first English-language feature film, SUNSHOWERS, a whimsical story exploring mental health issues through the eyes of a young woman who loses her sight of color.