(EMAILWIRE.COM, February 15, 2019 ) The Greenwich International Film Festival (GIFF) concluded its 4-day festival of films with a cocktail reception at Betteridge and an Awards Gala at LEscale Restaurant in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Ashley Judd received the Changemaker Award for her work with the United Nations Population Fund. Judd has also become synonymous with the #MeToo movement, sparked by women speaking out against sexual assault, harassment, and inequality in Hollywood. Duncan Edwards received the Community Changemaker Award.
were inspiring, thought-provoking, sprinkled with humor, and kept the audience captivated. Jenna Bush Hager was the Master of Ceremonies for the evening.
The Greenwich International Film Festival is a female-founded non-profit organization that features more than 70 events each year including film premieres, advance screenings, panel discussions, networking events, and star-studded parties. The film festival attracts an audience of approximately 10,000 celebrities, filmmakers, journalists, financial executives, movie lovers and attendants from all over the world.
GIFF has a social impact focus and showcases films that raise awareness of important issues facing the world today.
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