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Dream, Girl

Dream, Girl

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  • Thu 16 Jun ’16, 6:30pm – 9:30pm


Grid AKL Innovation Precinct, 101 Pakenham St West, Auckland, 1010, Auckland CBD


All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $34.90

Calling all dreamers!
“There is a moment in your life when you know you are destined for something greater. There is a force pulling you to create, explore, build and lead. There is no map to guide you, no blueprint to help you navigate, just a tiny voice inside you telling you to dream big!” - Erin Bagwell, Director

If you are reading this, you know what it is like to have that little voice, that whisper, that nudge. That feeling that there is something you are here to do. Whether you are just starting to listen and acknowledge it, or whether you have turned it up full volume, Dream, Girl is a film for you!

Produced by Erin Bagwell and Komal Minhas, Dream, Girl is a documentary showcasing the stories of inspiring and ambitious female entrepreneurs. Created by an all female crew, it features the stories of incredible women who are dreaming big and leading the way.

In association with GridAKL Dream, Girl is screening in Auckland just days after the world premiere in New York City.

Grab your girlfriends and join us for an uplifting and empowering evening including:
- A screening of the documentary Dream, Girl
- Delicious drinks and nibbles
- Exciting door prizes
- The opportunity to mix and mingle with amazing women just like you before and after the screening.

You will leave inspired to dream big in your own life with the support of a whole community of like-minded women behind you. This is your time, Dream Big Dream, Girl!

Limited tickets available. Book now.
To read the full Dream, Girl story visit www.dreamgirlfilm.com.

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