PARK CITY, Utah. — The fifth annual Lady Wild Film Festival hosted in Ogden, Utah by outdoor women’s collective And She’s Dope Too (ASDT) shifted to virtual this year. According to ASDT, those who purchase passes will have from Feb. 26 through Feb 28 to watch the films on the festival website.
“Although this year is most certainly different in the sense that we cannot meet in person under one roof, this new platform has now made it possible for everyone else to join us virtually worldwide,” ASDT ‘s founder and festival director Jennifer Killian said in a statement.
Park City based artist Bridgette Meinhold and local filmmaker Claire Wiley, co-founder of Eclectic Brew Productions, have a film at this year’s festival called Reverie.
“The film explores what it means to dream outside of the box and shows a little bit of my life here in the mountains,” Meinhold said in a post about the film.
The festival showcases films for all ages with strong female leads or characters, lending a platform for women in film to share their work. According to ASDT’s website, these are “women in film who are pushing the boundaries of understanding, adventure and sisterhood in their daily lives.”
A clip of Meinhold and Wiley’s film, “Reverie”: