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Event

When the American Society of Cinematographers held their 31st annual awards ceremony in Hollywood in February, the ASC honored the first woman with the prestigious President's Award:  40-year industry veteran and pioneer, Nancy Schreiber, ASC.  Schreiber is the director of photography for Stardust & Moonbeams, a Jazz Age short film shot locally at Farmer House Museum and currently in post-production.  She wanted to work on the film because of its much-needed theme and purpose:  get women behind the camera making the decisions and creating the images -- from production team to story to visuals. 

With two Sundance awards, Schreiber is about to begin color grading on Stardust & Moonbeams.  The Bloomington production team (Madelyn Ritrosky, Kalynn Brower, Jo Throckmorton) seeks $1500 for Schreiber and director Terri Farley-Teruel (Beautiful Dreamer) to finish.  As part of this campaign -- during Women's History Month -- Farmer House will host informal Stardust & Moonbeams receptions 2-4pm on Sunday March 12 and 26.  There will be refreshments, some cast and crew members, two Stardust & Moonbeams trailers, clips of Schreiber's other work, information about other local film projects, and great vintage perks for contributions.  Online go to www.SeedandSpark.com/fund/StarMoonFilm. 

All contributors are invited to a private VIP party this summer.  Festival submissions begin in spring, with an expected Fall 2017 festival world premiere.  For more information, go to www.StardustMoonbeams.com or www.facebook.com/FarmerHouseMuseum. Farmer House Museum is located at 529 N. College Ave. The phone number is 812-336-5597.

TIME: 2 p.m.

WHERE: Farmer House Museum, 529 North College Av, Bloomington. 336-5597

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