Elaine Madsen

Elaine Madsen
Documentarian, Playwright, Author and Poet

An Emmy® award winning documentary maker, Madsen's feature-length documentary "I Know a Woman Like That" which was produced by her Academy® Award nominated daughter Virginia Madsen's Title IX Productions was released on May 11th. The film screened in the 2009 Chicago International Film Festival where Roger Ebert cited it as "transformative and extraordinary". Madsen's book of poetry "Crayola Can't Make These Colors" is now available in book stores and on Amazon. Emmy® winning documentary "Better Than It Has to Be", about film making in Chicago, aired on both NBC and PBS. Madsen is also the the co-author of "The Texan and Dutch Gas, Kicking Off Europe's Energy Revolution", published in the USA and abroad in the Netherlands. She is the mother of actors Virginia and Michael Madsen and their writer/restauranteur sister Cheri.


Sunday, June 5th to Sunday, June 12th, 2016
Times TBA

Elaine and Virginia Madsen - Mother/Daughter Duo
Cal-a-Vie Health Spa, Vista, CA

We are returning to his beautiful haven and heartily recommend this retreat to adult moms (50 +) and their daughters. The beautiful surroundings will give each of you the chance to leave the world behind and make time for yourselves and each other. Quiet, pampering, gourmet meals and a variety of health and wellness activities and topics will help you refocus, revive and reconnect.

Contact Cal-a-Vie Health Spa to Book
Created for adult moms (50+) and their mothers

Reservations: www.cal-a-vie.com
or call (866) 772-4283

Documentary Movie Screenings: 'I Know A Woman Like That'

Film screenings will be followed by Q&A with director Elaine Madsen and sometimes others from the film

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010
5:30pm - 9:00pm

Broadway Performance Hall
1625 Broadway, Seatle, Washington

Screening followed by Live Q&A with writer Maxine Kingston, and filmmaker Elaine Madsen, moderated by Mayumi Tsutakawa from the State of Washington Art Commission

Suggested Donation $50
A benefit for Kowabe Memorial House and Senior Services

Reservations: www.celebrateagingfilm.org
or call (206) 727-6202