catherine barr

<< --- Return to Gallery Page


Women in Film 15 yrs Summer Party

July 29, 2004

By Catherine Barr


With 15 years under their belts, the Women in Film and Video Vancouver (WIFVV) have a lot to celebrate this year. Their annual summer party was held at Hycroft Mansion last Thursday and included honours for 15 outstanding women in the industry who are now lifetime members in the non-profit organization. Congratulations gals.

Catherine Barr, Vancouver's celebrity events reporter and photographer, is supported online by CLR Communications Ltd.

Vancouver's best events and celebrity functions are all archived here. Vancouver pubs, clubs, nightclubs, gala events and fundraisers are included. Thanks for viewing.

Due to server capacity, you will not be able to access or click through to the larger photographs. With over 250,000 unique visits each month, our site would quickly exceed the amount of memory needed.

If you would like to receive a copy of a photograph, then please send an email and enclose the details of the event, the date, the name, the photo number and the names of the people in the photograph. Also, for security reasons, I prefer not to email copies of pictures to anyone other than the people who are actually in the photo. Thanks.

Actors Poppi Reiner (left) and Valerie McNichol took their turns volunteering at the ticket table.
Director and event organizer Kerri Beattie also managed to order up a beautiful, warm, sun-filled evening for her guests.
Among the evening's honourees were film director Peg Campbell (left), documentary and cinematographer Moira "Mo" Simpson and National Film Board producer Tracey Friesen.
Taking home plaques of honour were B.C. Film manager Lodi Butler (left) and filmmaker and WIFVV past president Michelle Bjornson.
WIFVV directors Laure Parsons (left), Gillian Hrankowski and Janine Bizzocchi were thrilled with the turnout.


catherine barr