MY YEAR WITH HELEN

Good evening folks, just wanted to advise that if you’re in NYC in February you may be interested in attending the movie My Year With Helen, which will be screened at 6pm in the Held Auditorium at Barnard College in NYC on February 23rd.

My Year With Helen is a feature length documentary by esteemed NZ director Gaylene Preston, who spent a year observing former Prime Minister Helen Clark’s bid for UN Secretary-General.

While we all know the eventual outcome, the film goes deep behind the scenes to reveal gender politics in the United Nations and is proving to be a galvanizing influence for women as well as a source of pride for New Zealanders. It also has moments of typically appealing kiwi humour, like the scenes with Helen looking after her father by putting 90 meals in his freezer.

The film has been selected for the Athena Film Festival, a prestigious festival of women’s films held annually at Barnard College.

Helen Clark and Gaylene Preston will be in attendance and will have a Q&A session after the screening. The Q&As at other places have proven lively, inspiring and stimulating events, with Helen saying things like “now that I’m free, I’m a dangerous woman”, revealing her inspirational and funny side.

More information can be found on the Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/MyYearWithHelenMovie/

With reviews, images, and news stories on the website: https://myyearwithhelen.com/
Tickets are available here https://athenafilmfestival.com/film/my-year-with-helen/

Cheers

Author: GBA

Retired New Zealand/American/British citizen living in New York City.

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