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Vincent Van Gogh Comes Alive in Sedona!

February is Sedona Film Festival month and, in that same spirit, The Sedona Women’s monthly program meeting on February 9th includes an independent film program featuring filmmaker Paul Davids. Mr. Davids will give attendees a behind-the-scenes look at a film he wrote and directed entitled “Starry Night.” This film is a fantasy about Vincent van Gogh returning to the present and realizing his life’s work is worth billions. Interest in van Gogh’s life has recently intensified with the multi-media exhibits touring many cities and an acclaimed film called “Loving Vincent.” “Starry Night” showed in a previous Sedona Film Festival and won the audience choice award at the Newport Beach Film Festival. It is available for viewing on Amazon.

Paul Davids recently moved from Los Angeles with his wife, Hollace, where he and Hollace produced multiple films, most of which are on Amazon or streaming services. Due to Sedona residents’ appreciation of independent films, this delightful and humorous review seems timely. This is a unique chance to discover the trials and rewards of independent filmmaking! Paul is also an accomplished magician, so will conclude his presentation with a couple feats of magic to dazzle and bewilder.

A meet and greet begins at 9:30 am, followed by the program at 10 am at the Creative Life Center on 333 Schnebly Hill Road in Sedona. All attendees must be vaccinated with boosters and wear masks. To learn more about The Sedona Women and for updated information on vaccination card requirements at this program, visit or contact

The Sedona Women 
PO Box 405
Sedona, AZ 86339

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