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Women in Film and Video Vancouver (WIFVV) Christmas Party at Au Bar Vancouver

Dec 5, 2005

By Catherine Barr


The Women in Film and Video Vancouver (WIFVV), an organization that supports and celebrates the development of woman working in the BC film and television industry, took time out to celebrate earlier this month. A special Christmas cocktail party was held at Au Bar nightclub which gave members, friends and invited guests a chance to socialize and toast the holiday season.

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Public Relations / Communications Chair Cynnamon Schreinert (left) was thrilled to see new members like Ami Catriona at the event.
New WIFVV president Sophie McGarry (left) received cuddles from actor and board member Christine Lippa who is developing her own new sit-com pilot called "Bit Parts".
Tonight it was all about being part of the party. From left: Siobhan McCarthy (left), WIFVV lifetime award winner and agent Deborah Harry, actor Terri-Anne Wilson and director/cinematographer John Banovich.
Tree House Bed and Breakfast owner Penny Nelson donated the grand prize that was up for grabs by guests like producer Hannah Shoub and screenplay writer Jacqueline Samuda.
Both Terri Tatchell (left) and Tracey Friesen are talented WIFVV members and past presidents.
Handing out draw tickets and welcoming guests at the door were former CBC gal Gillian Hrankowski (left), WIFVV vice president Krista Johnston and office manager/past president Yvette Dudley-Neuman.


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