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Monday, September 10, 2007


Posted By on Mon, Sep 10, 2007 at 2:55 PM

On Sunday, September 16th, Arkansas First Lady Ginger Beebe will host a screening of the documentary film "14 Women" at the Arkanas Governor's Mansion.  The film, directed by Mary Lambert, sister of Arkansas's Senior Senator Blanche Lincoln, follows the work of the 14 women who served in the Senate in the 109th Congress.  The screening will begin at 1:00.  For more information, please contact Kadi Tierney at ktierney_wfa@windstream.net.

Variety opined of the film, "Political junkies, idealistic schoolgirls and everyone in between will be thrilled to vary-ing degrees by "14 Women," a touchy-feely, up-close look at the 14 distaff senators — of only 35 total since 1789 — in the 109th Congress (2005-2006). As much a re-cruitment vid for public service as a tell-all docu, pic is a front-running candidate for fests and small screens, with no term limits on ancillary."



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