Are you looking for online programming? We want to work with you!
Women Make Movies has experience working with universities, high schools, museums, art galleries, community organizations, religious organizations, corporations, public libraries, and more to offer our films online.
Whether you are looking to include films in diversity programming, create virtual art exhibits, teach online, or offer enrichment to patrons, we have many options for you.
In the past couple of months, we have set up virtual watch pages and custom curated virtual film festivals for a variety of groups and institutions. For example, the Southampton History Museum did a virtual screening of CONSCIENCE POINT paired with a Zoom Q&A with the filmmaker; the Institute for the Study of the Americas at UNC-Chapel Hill offered a custom Latin American virtual film festival to their members; and the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston will be including virtual screenings in their upcoming exhibition Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power. Community organizations such as the New York LGBT Community Center are hosting virtual film series, art galleries such as Salon94 are screening films for their patrons, corporations such as Salesforce are offering screenings as a part of diversity and inclusion programming, and churches and religious organizations are screening films to inspire discussions around social justice.
With almost seven hundred films in our catalog, we can meet a wide variety of needs from art to activism to education.
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