News & Events
Bryn Mawr Film Institute and the Inglis Foundation co-present Shooting Beauty!
To learn more about the event, visit http://www.brynmawrfilm.org/about/releases.php?id=226
Courtney heads out to Salt Lake City for a screening at Westminster College. The evening screening of Shooting Beauty is open to the public. Courtney will also be able to connect with students during afternoon in-class screenings.
For screening details visit: http://www.westminstercollege.edu/pdf/.../February%20CCE%20Newsletter.pdf
Come see Tony Knight, Shooting Beauty photographer, present Shooting Beauty and conduct a Q&A as part of the Disability Reframed Film Series sponsored by the Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities.
To find out details about the event visit: http://www.cambridgema.gov/DHSP2
Shooting Beauty wins Best Documentary at the Charlotte Film Festival! AND Keep your eyes open for screenings this month (filmmakers included!) the Cotting School, the Annual Conference for the Cerebral Palsy Associations for New York State.
Courtney to present Shooting Beauty at the National Self Advocacy Conference in Kansas City, MO. She will also be taking portraits of conference participants for the Administration on Developmental Disabilities. Find Courtney at the conference if you would like to have your portrait taken! http://www.sabekc2010.org/
Courtney is invited to present Shooting Beauty at Colgate University and the Hamilton Central School.
Read the Colgate Scene feature article to learn about the back story of Shooting Beauty and to see photos by the Shooting Beauty photographers.
Shooting Beauty featured on the Making a Difference segment of NBC’s Nightly News with Brian Williams.
Courtney Bent of Shooting Beauty and soundtrack producer, Parker Bent (left) walk the yellow carpet and talk to the Actors Podcast Network at the Feel Good Film Festival at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.
See the video....