Brokelyn special: half-price tix to Momasphere film-fest

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Momasphere, a mama-power group that works to “round out motherhood” through communal events and fundraisers, is throwing Luna Fest this Sunday, May 23. The benefit film-fest will be a chance to watch movies all by women, for women, about women and nibble treats and grab gifties from a bunch of sponsors at the Brooklyn Art Exchange in Park Slope. The best part? The festival is showing Brokelyn (and you) some love, with a 50 percent discount if you buy a ticket online before the show.

Tickets are $30 at the door, $20 online, but you can get them for $10 here. All proceeds go to breast cancer research, as well as BAX’s artist-in-residence program.

If you forgot Mother’s Day, it looks like you just got a second chance to make good, plus get your money back in snacks and samples. The screenings start this Sunday at 4:30, doors at 4.

The Brooklyn Art Exchange, 421 Fifth Ave. between 7th & 8th Sts., Park Slope.

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