Photo courtesy of Bullock Texas State History Museum

The Bullock Texas State History Museum will present a virtual Reel Women in Film screening of The Divine Order, which guests can enjoy at their leisure, followed by a free livestream discussion and YouTube chat with the film’s writer and director, Petra Volpe.

Set in 1971, The Divine Order is about a young housewife who organizes the women of her town to petition for the right to vote in Switzerland.

Reel Women in Film is a film series that highlights the filmic works of women in front of or behind the camera. In its second season, focus will be on ideas of empowerment seen through the lens of activism. This program is presented in conjunction with the "Sister Suffragists" exhibition, celebrating the suffrage centennial.

The Bullock Texas State History Museum will present a virtual Reel Women in Film screening of The Divine Order, which guests can enjoy at their leisure, followed by a free livestream discussion and YouTube chat with the film’s writer and director, Petra Volpe.

Set in 1971, The Divine Order is about a young housewife who organizes the women of her town to petition for the right to vote in Switzerland.

Reel Women in Film is a film series that highlights the filmic works of women in front of or behind the camera. In its second season, focus will be on ideas of empowerment seen through the lens of activism. This program is presented in conjunction with the "Sister Suffragists" exhibition, celebrating the suffrage centennial.

The Bullock Texas State History Museum will present a virtual Reel Women in Film screening of The Divine Order, which guests can enjoy at their leisure, followed by a free livestream discussion and YouTube chat with the film’s writer and director, Petra Volpe.

Set in 1971, The Divine Order is about a young housewife who organizes the women of her town to petition for the right to vote in Switzerland.

Reel Women in Film is a film series that highlights the filmic works of women in front of or behind the camera. In its second season, focus will be on ideas of empowerment seen through the lens of activism. This program is presented in conjunction with the "Sister Suffragists" exhibition, celebrating the suffrage centennial.

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
https://www.thestoryoftexas.com/visit/calendar/education/rwif-the-divine-order-20200716

TICKET INFO

$5 for virtual screening; discussion is free.
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