Dream, Girl Screening

May 11, 2018

Join us for a series of film screenings featuring women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) with the aim of encouraging kids to go into STEM careers.These events are part of the Burnaby Festival of Learning and are co-hosted by the Burnaby Public Library.

Friday, May 11, from 3:00-5:30pm
The final screening of films featuring women in STEM being put on by WWEST and the Burnaby Public Library is Dream, Girl.

Location: Tommy Douglas Branch, 7311 Kingsway, Burnaby BC V5E 1G6

Schedule: Doors open at 3:00pm, film starts at 3:15pm, and we will have some Q&A time after the film from 4:45-5:15pm.

Who can come: The movie isn't rated as it's an independent film, however it was made to reach girls and inspire them to become entrepreneurs. Take a look at the trailer if you'd like to decide if the film is right for children you plan to bring: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2T4j1aTa4A
We ask that all children under 12 years of age are accompanied by an adult.

Cost: Attendance is free, we just ask that you register so we know how many people to expect. Should you be unable to attend after you've registered, please let us know so we can let other people attend in your place.

Food: We will be providing some snacks for during the movie, please note we need to leave the room clean when we are done so please clean up after yourselves.

Register: here

Dream, Girl Synopsis

After quitting her 9 to 5 to make a movie and launch her own company, Erin Bagwell discovers what it really takes to be a successful founder. The film focuses on five entrepreneurs Mariama Camara, Komal Minhas, Annie Wang, Joanne Wilson and Clara Villarosa. We hear their experiences as female entrepreneurs, from being underestimated by their male counterparts, to getting the courage to take the leap and quit their nine-to-fives, to finding funding and financing for their start-ups, and taking a break from their careers to focus on their families. Each woman has an authentic story unique to her individual experience, yet we learn our stories are interconnected in ways that uplift us all, in business and in life. -From IMDb