Saturday, March 7, 2015

TPT Broadcast schedule for "Girl from Birch Creek"

I am thrilled that Minnesota Public Television is broadcasting "Girl from Birch Creek" this month and in April.  It is "Women History Month" so it's a perfect time for the film.  TPT will continue to rebroadcast the film during the next two years.  Here's a schedule of showings in March and April:

Airs Monday March 16th
Raised by her grandmother after losing her mother at the age of three, Rosalie Wahl trailblazed her way to become the first woman appointed to the Minnesota Supreme Court. She overcame many hardships growing up on a Kansas farm during the Great Depression, earn a law degree from William Mitchell College of Law in 1946, and after facing ... [more]
56 minutes long
tpt Life Channel 2.3


Tuesday, February 3, 2015

tpt2 public television broadcast of "Girl from Birch Creek"

I'm happy to announce that tpt2, Twin Cities Public Television, will broadcast "Girl from Birch Creek" during March, 2015 (Women's History month); and from time to time during the next two years.  The schedule for March is below.

tpt2      Monday, 3/16 at 9:00pm
tpt2      Tuesday, 3/17 at 3:00am (this is an overnight repeat of our primetime schedule)
tpt2      Sunday, 3/22 at 12:00pm

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

"Girl from Birch Creek" wins Minnesota History Award for Washington County Historical Society!!





I'm proud to announce that "Girl from Birch Creek" has received a 2014 Minnesota History Award for excellence in history publications from the Minnesota Alliance of Local History Museums.

Copies of the film can now be purchased from the Washington County Historical Society.

More information is available at the Washington County Historical Society's website: http://www.wchsmn.org/

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Showing of film at Wells Fargo Center, Minneapolis, Mn

I will be presenting the documentary at the Wells Fargo Center this Thursday, May 8, 2014.  I look forward to showing the film to former colleagues of mine at Wells Fargo.

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Showing of "Girl from Birch Creek" at the Minnesota History Center

We are proud to announce that the Minnesota Historical Society will show "Girl from Birch Creek" at the History Center on Saturday, April 5, 2014.  I will attend to answer questions and talk about the film.

The showing starts at 2pm on Saturday afternoon and is free.

Here's a link to the information: Minnesota Historical Society Film Showings

Thank to the Minnesota Historical Society for selecting our film to show in their film series.

Hope you all can attend!!!  See you there.

Emily Haddad

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Monday, July 22, 2013 A Great Woman Passes from Life

Yesterday, a wonderful, unforgettable woman and my personal hero, Rosalie Wahl, passed away.  Rosalie gave so much to our society and to everyone she met as she lived her life -- the most unselfish, kind, and giving person I have known in my life.  One individual I spoke to as I was researching for our film said that Rosalie was "the nearest person to God that I have ever met."  Last night, as I drove home, a full moon rose in the east; and a thought came to me that the heavens were trying to make up for the loss of that shining light that Rosalie Wahl had been to our troubled world.

Monday, June 24, 2013

Female Eye Film Festival in Toronto

I've just returned from attending the Female Eye Film Festival in Toronto Canada

A wonderful festival with great workshops and a fantastic selection of films.  Thanks to the organizers for including "Girl from Birch Creek."