Starring Pola Negri and directed by Malcolm St. Clair, A Woman of the World (1925) is a drama comedy in which a worldly flapper journeys to the other side of the world—though the other side of the world turns out to be Maple Valley, Iowa, instead of an exotic retreat in the Himalayas. Tedde Gibson plays the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ with the post-screening CineClub hosted by Melinda Fox, co-Founder & CEO of Tanji, the first mobile ticketing app connecting audiences to women-centric film in theaters and online. She will be joined by Justyna Budzik, a recent Polish Fulbright Scholar to the University of Washington Slavic Studies Dept. and Assistant Professor at the Dept. of Film and Media Studies at the University of Silesia in Poland.