Morganton-- Western Piedmont Community College continues the 2012-2013 International Film Festival with a free viewing of the film, “Mostly Martha” on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 6 p.m. in Leviton Auditorium on the College campus. The 2001 romantic comedy, written and directed by Sandra Nettlebeck, follows the story of a workaholic chef who is forced to adjust to major changes in her personal and professional life. “Mostly Martha” won the Creteil International Women’s Film Festival Grand Prix Award as well as the Goya Award for Best European Film in 2002. The film was also nominated for the German Film Awards Outstanding Feature Film.
Western Piedmont’s International Film Festival is sponsored by the Global Education Committee and the Film and Fine Arts Club. To learn more, please contact Maureen Dougher 828-448-3109 or Mark Poteat at 828-448-3538.
Western Piedmont Community College enrolls approximately 4,000 students annually in pursuit of college transfer degrees, two year associate degrees and diplomas. Western Piedmont received recognition for Exceptional Institutional Performance based on standards established by the North Carolina General Assembly.
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