PBS Documentary Based on Co-Owner Jane Fortune’s Book Garners Emmy Award
Join us on July 1 for a Showing of 'Invisible Women' at 5:30 p.m.
Co-owner Jane Fortune’s book Invisible Women: Forgotten Artists of Florence was the inspiration for a PBS documentary, Invisible Women, and was awarded an Emmy by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences -- the TV equivalent to the Oscars!!!
Invisible Women premiered locally at Bella Fortuna North during the summer of 2013 and at the Odeon Theatre in Florence, Italy, in June 2013. If you weren't able to attend one of our showings last year or our showing on June 10 or June 24, please call us at 231-944-2400 or visit our reservations page. We'd love to reserve you a place for the July 1 event!
You can learn more about the documentary by checking out this video clip. We’re delighted to feature this video, which was produced by LMD Television in Florence, on our website. As Jane says, “I am over the moon” about the attention the documentary has brought to these wonderful works of art. It is being shown on 180 public broadcast stations in the United States.
Jane has worked long and hard to bring attention to the often forgotten and ignored women artists of Florence. She’s taken a leading role in researching women artists in Florence, by uncovering their works, which are stored away, unseen, in various museums throughout the city – sometimes for centuries – and raising funds for their restoration and exhibition.
Autographed copies of Jane’s books are available for purchase at the restaurant, Bella Fortuna North, or you can purchase Invisible Women: Forgotten Artists of Florence through Amazon by clicking on this link.