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“Flip the Record” is among the films touring with 2019 Lunafest.
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A dried flower delivery girl. A turntable expert. An immigrant.

These are among the stars of the films that are included in Lunafest 2019.

Girls on the Run Wood River will present Lunafest 2019, an evening of short films by, for and about women at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, at the Argyros Performing Arts Center in Ketchum.

The films range from 3 to 17 minutes. They include animation and fictional drama. And they cover such topics as women’s health, motherhood, body image, aging, cultural diversity and breaking barriers.

  • “Flip the Record,” for instance, is a coming-of-age story set to hip-hop music that chronicles a Filipino-American teen’s path to discovering her identity through her turntablism.
  • “The Final Show,” focuses on a woman who has lived a long life full of love and loss and now must decide, based on all she has learned, who to take with her to eternity.
  • “My Immigrant Story” chronicles San Francisco-based documentary filmmaker Yuriko Gamo Romer’s path to American citizenship.
  • “War Paint” revolves around a young black girl in South Los Angeles who experiences a series of events that intersect racism and sexism.
  • “Drummer Girl” showcases a woman’s life changed in the blink of an eye.
  • “Are We Good Parents?” showcases parents examining their preconceived notions and their openness as parents when their 14-year-old daughter says she’s going to her first dance.
  • “Today, Tomorrow, Yesterday” is an animated film depicting how a young woman makes peace with herself after finding her old diaries.
  • “Ur Dead to Me” features the story of a dried-flower delivery girl who gets a glimpse into the cycles of love and loss.

Silent auction items include a 2019-20 Sun Valley ski pass, Decked truck bed storage system, ticket to a Boise State University football game plus bed and breakfast, Sawtooth Valley getaway, 2019-20 North Valley Trails pass and Club Ride sprint hoodie. The online auction runs through noon Oct. 11 and those who can’t attend the film screenings can still bid online at

General admission film tickets are $30 for adults and $20 for students and seniors.

Red Carpet VIP tickets are also available for $60 adults and $40 for students and seniors. They offer ticketholders the best seats in the house, plus wine and appetizers at a red carpet reception beginning at 5:30 p.m., a souvenir gift, a chance to win the Pamper Me raffle package valued at more than $600 and a special presentation proceeding the films.

Tickets are available at

Girls on the Run Wood River hopes to raise $10,000 through ticket sales and the auction, according to Executive Director Mary Fauth.

The 10-week afterschool program benefits Girls on the Run of Southern Idaho. The program seeks to inspire girls in third- through eighth grades to be joyful, healthy and confident using an experience-based curriculum that includes running and other fun activities.


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