Lady Wild Film Festival Ogden High School | 2828 Harrison Blvd, Ogden, UT | Saturday, January 11, 2020 | 5:30 - 9:30 pm The fourth annual "Lady Wild Film
Lady Wild Film Festival
Ogden High School | 2828 Harrison Blvd, Ogden, UT |
Saturday, January 11, 2020 | 5:30 – 9:30 pm
The fourth annual “Lady Wild Film Fest” is a one-night gathering in Ogden, Utah (for Ladies, Gents, & kiddos) that will showcase a variety of films from all over the world with strong female leads or characters. The purpose of this festival is to rally around ladies in film who are pushing the boundaries of understanding, adventure, and sisterhood in their daily lives. In addition to the stunning visuals, there will be a performance by local vocalist Kyla Vine, a live and local band, and a raffle/giveaway courtesy of our sponsors, visionaries, and artists. All attendees will have the chance to win some rad swag and discount codes from all of our festivals supporters as well.
Doors Open at 5:30 pm for ticket holders to check-in and select their seats in the auditorium. We will also have the option available to purchase tickets at our multiple ticket tables. Each ticket holder will receive raffle tickets and have the option to purchase additional raffle tickets after they see the winning swag displayed upstairs. At every ASDT event, ASDT Apparel will be available for purchase.
What started out as an idea to help fund and produce our very first award-winning film, Moksha, the Lady Wild Film Festival (LWFF) has blossomed into one of the top annual events for the Wasatch front. With the wonderful support of our local Ogden leaders, our venue was nearly filled to capacity and smiles, tears, laughter, and standing ovations were experienced by fans of all ages.
The impact that the LWFF has had on women in our community has been both profound and humbling, as evidenced by numerous texts, emails, cards and letters thanking us for displaying such positive female role models for not only them but the next rising generation. We now carry the flame that has been ignited and commit to touching our sister’s hearts from the Wasatch to the rest of the world.
Ogden High School