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Women Make Movies WMM is the world's leading distributor of independent films by and about women. Visit us at www.wmm.com From cutting-edge documentaries that give depth to today’s headlines to smart, stunning films that push artistic and intellectual boundaries in all genres, Women Make Movies (WMM), a non-profit feminist social enterprise based in New York, is the world’s leading distributor of independent films by and about women.
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Our Production Assistance Program assists women directors with their productions from concept through completion with fiscal sponsorship, consultations and other technical assistance. We work with creative, ground-breaking films which win awards at festivals around the world. Films and filmmakers we have supported have been nominated for or won Academy® Awards in 12 of the past 13 years.

Mission: From cutting-edge documentaries that give depth to today’s headlines to smart, stunning films that push artistic and intellectual boundaries in all genres, Women Make Movies (WMM), a non-profit feminist social enterprise based in New York, is the world’s leading distributor of independent films by and about women. Our Production Assistance Program assists women directors with their productions from concept through completion with fiscal sponsorship, consultations and other technical assistance. We work with creative, ground-breaking films which win awards at festivals around the world. Films and filmmakers we have supported have been nominated for or won Academy® Awards in 12 of the past 13 years.

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WMM films Coded Bias Movie & Belly of the Beast and Production Assistance Program Alums Kirsten Johnson (Dick Johnson Is...
01/07/2021
2020’s Best Documentaries By and About Women

WMM films Coded Bias Movie & Belly of the Beast and Production Assistance Program Alums Kirsten Johnson (Dick Johnson Is Dead) & Ramona Diaz (A Thousand Cuts) make Women & Hollywood's favorite #documentaries of 2020. http://ow.ly/2EX950D2LnP

Searing indictments of corrupt political systems, a trip down memory lane to a radical summer camp for teens with disabilities, an innovative tribute to the life and death of a man who is very much alive, 2020’s docs enraged, educated, and inspired in a year unlike any other. We’ve assembled som...

Variety includes Coded Bias Movie (Dir. Shalini Kantayya) & Belly of the Beast (Dir. Erika Cohn) in their list of 2021 O...
01/06/2021
Oscars Predictions: Best Documentary Feature – No Obvious Frontrunner Emerges Yet

Variety includes Coded Bias Movie (Dir. Shalini Kantayya) & Belly of the Beast (Dir. Erika Cohn) in their list of 2021 Oscar predictions. Subscribe to our newsletter for more stories like this delivered straight to your inbox: http://eepurl.com/gmyz1v

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Variety’s Awards Circuit is home to the official predictions for the upcoming Oscars from Film Awards Editor Clayton Davis. Following Academy Awards history, buzz, news, reviews and sources, …

Women Make Movies films & PA Program alums make IDA's #documentaries of the decade: Cameraperson (Kirsten Johnson), Stro...
01/05/2021
IDA Staff Picks: Documentaries of the Decade

Women Make Movies films & PA Program alums make IDA's #documentaries of the decade: Cameraperson (Kirsten Johnson), Strong Island (Yance Ford), and Shirkers (Sandi Tan). Congratulations to all! http://ow.ly/kyLD50D0VFs

December 15, 2020 IDA Staff Picks: Documentaries of the Decade By IDA StaffShare: This decade has given us some of the boldest, most informative and timeliest documentaries in film history, and with it coming to an end, many of us here in the IDA staff are looking back on the films that had a specia...

Coded Bias Movie & Belly of the Beast make Women & Hollywood's list of 2020's Best Documentaries By and About Women.  ht...
12/22/2020
2020’s Best Documentaries By and About Women

Coded Bias Movie & Belly of the Beast make Women & Hollywood's list of 2020's Best Documentaries By and About Women. http://ow.ly/X9nD50CSxzm

Searing indictments of corrupt political systems, a trip down memory lane to a radical summer camp for teens with disabilities, an innovative tribute to the life and death of a man who is very much alive, 2020’s docs enraged, educated, and inspired in a year unlike any other. We’ve assembled som...

Coded Bias Movie (Dir. Shalini Kantayya) is Certified FRESH on Rotten Tomatoes! Host a virtual screening for your univer...
12/22/2020
Coded Bias

Coded Bias Movie (Dir. Shalini Kantayya) is Certified FRESH on Rotten Tomatoes! Host a virtual screening for your university, community organization, non-profits and corporations here: http://ow.ly/kM9450CSkaD

When MIT Media Lab researcher Joy Buolamwini discovers that most facial-recognition software misidentifies women and darker-skinned faces, she delves into an investigation of widespread bias in algorithms.

Chicken & Egg Pictures
12/21/2020

Chicken & Egg Pictures

Chicken & Egg Pictures 🐣 is seeking a Filmmaker Engagement Manager to join our program team to manage a series of programs geared towards building community and connecting nonfiction filmmakers to industry leaders, supporters, opportunities, and resources.

Come join a creative team that is truly passionate about advancing our mission of supporting a global community of women and gender nonconforming filmmakers. 🎥

https://bit.ly/CEFilmmakerEngagementManager2020

Women Make Movies films ILLUSIONS (Julie Dash) & THE DEVIL NEVER SLEEPS (Lourdes Portillo) have been selected to the The...
12/18/2020
Library of Congress names ILLUSIONS and THE DEVIL NEVER SLEEPS to National Film Registry

Women Make Movies films ILLUSIONS (Julie Dash) & THE DEVIL NEVER SLEEPS (Lourdes Portillo) have been selected to the The Library of Congress National Film Registry. This year's selections include nine films directed by women & seven films directed by filmmakers of color. https://www.wmm.com/library-of-congress-names-illusions-and-the-devil-never-sleeps-to-national-film-registry/

Each year, the Library of Congress’s National Film Registry preserves twenty-five films that showcase the range and diversity of American film heritage, and this year, we are honored to announce Women Make Movies’ films ILLUSIONS (Dir. Julie Dash) and THE DEVIL NEVER SLEEPS (Dir. Lourdes Portill...

The The Archivettes Film tells the important story behind The Lesbian Herstory Archives & how the all-volunteer organiza...
12/17/2020
The Archivettes

The The Archivettes Film tells the important story behind The Lesbian Herstory Archives & how the all-volunteer organization strives to combat lesbian invisibility by literally rescuing history from the trash. Now playing at BAM, tickets at the link below.

A chronicle of the world’s largest collection of materials by and about lesbians.

Watch an interview between the filmmakers of Belly of the Beast, hosted by the International Documentary Association. Wa...
12/17/2020
Belly of the Beast Filmmaker Q&A | IDA Documentary Screening Series

Watch an interview between the filmmakers of Belly of the Beast, hosted by the International Documentary Association. Want to learn more about forced sterilization in California’s prisons? Book a virtual screening of Belly of the Beast here: https://www.wmm.com/catalog/film/belly-of-the-beast/

Digital conversation with Director/Producer Erika Cohn, Producer Angela Tucker, and Film Subjects Kelli Dillon and Cynthia Chandler; moderated by Kristen Lopez, TV Editor at IndieWire.

12/16/2020
Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival 2021 lineup is here. Don't miss new films by our PA Program Alums: Lauren DeFilippo (AILEY), Maisie Crow (AT THE READY), Nico Opper (Try Harder documentary), Jessica Beshir (Faya Dayi), and Natalia Almada (USERS). Congratulations to all, we can't wait to watch!

Features, shorts, Indie Series, New Frontier… We just unveiled *all* of the projects you’ll be able to see at the 2021 Festival, both online and in person. Explore the schedule and program—and start making plans!—on our online screening platform: bit.ly/3oZOggZ #Sundance

12/15/2020
The Library of Congress

Women Make Movies films ILLUSIONS (Dir. Julie Dash) and THE DEVIL NEVER SLEEPS (Dir. Lourdes Portillo) have been selected to the The Library of Congress National Film Registry! Tune in to Turner Classic Movies: TCM tonight for a screening of ILLUSIONS and other films named to the registry this year.

A night of iconic films! Tune in to Turner Classic Movies tonight starting at 8 pm ET for a screening of select films added to the National Film Registry, plus a discussion with Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden and film historian Jacqueline Stewart.
The night begins with a screening of "Battle of the Century" (clip below), followed by "Lilies of the Field," "Illusions," "The Joy Luck Club" and "Cabin in the Sky."

Celebrate women and achievement at the New York Women in Film & Television Muse Awards on December 17th at 1 PM EST! Vir...
12/09/2020

Celebrate women and achievement at the New York Women in Film & Television Muse Awards on December 17th at 1 PM EST! Virtual video networking will follow the online awards program.

Honorees include Awkwafina, Rachel Brosnahan, Rashida Jones, The New York Times Journalists Jodi Kantor & Megan Twohey, Alana Mayo Gina Prince-Bythewood, and Ali Stroker.

Pay-what-you-can #nywiftmuse tix available now at https://bit.ly/39IJYpN

Join us in congratulating Without a Whisper Konnonkwe directed by Katsitisionni Fox for winning BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT a...
12/04/2020

Join us in congratulating Without a Whisper Konnonkwe directed by Katsitisionni Fox for winning BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT at the 25th #RNCI Red Nation Film Festival Native Cinema

#nativeamericanheritagemonth Filmmaker Spotlight  Tantoo Cardinal is a Cree/Metis actor, writer, and activist whose care...
11/29/2020

#nativeamericanheritagemonth Filmmaker Spotlight

Tantoo Cardinal is a Cree/Metis actor, writer, and activist whose career spans nearly 50 years and has put Indigenous voices and stories on the map. She is best known for her roles in FALLS AROUND HER, LEGENDS OF THE FALL, DANCES WITH WOLVES, WHERE THE RIVER FLOWS NORTH, and SMOKE SIGNALS. She has consistently worked towards representing Native voices authentically, combining her prodigious talent and presence with a fierce commitment to honoring Indigenous people. Tantoo is also the executive producer on WMM’s new release SISTERS RISING. Her work has been recognized via several accolades and awards such as the Technicolor Clyde Gilmour Award from the Toronto Film Critics Association and a Career Achievement Award from the Whistler Film Festival.

11/18/2020
DOC NYC

3PM ET Today! - Join WMM filmmaker Judith Helfand and editors Marina Katz and David Cohen to talk about the collaborative and creative process that went into making LOVE & STUFF, currently showing in DOC NYC
Join here at 3pm: https://facebook.com/DOCNYCfest/

DOC NYC, America's largest documentary festival, returns Nov. 11 - 19, 2020, available online across the U.S. Encore period takes place Nov. 20 - 29. More info: http://www.DOCNYC.net

TONIGHT at 4 PM ET! Join NYWIFT for a conversation with Director Katsitsionni Fox, film participant and Mohawk Bear Clan...
11/16/2020
NYWIFT Women Who Dared Documentary Series, Week 4: Without A Whisper

TONIGHT at 4 PM ET! Join NYWIFT for a conversation with Director Katsitsionni Fox, film participant and Mohawk Bear Clan Mother Louise McDonald Herne and others about WMM release WITHOUT A WHISPER – KONNON:KWE!

Register here: https://bit.ly/3puiWHY

Join us for a screening of Without a Whisper - Konnon:Kwe followed by a conversation with Katsitsionni Fox, Mohawk Clan Mother Louise McDonald Herne, and Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner. Moderated by Carey Graeber. Without A Whisper - Konnon:Kwe, uncovers the hidden history of the profound influence Indigen...

11/14/2020
Coded Bias NYC Metrograph Q&A

Join us for a celebration of the NYC theatrical release of Coded Bias and inclusion in the artificial intelligence technologies that will define the future of civil rights.

Moderated by David Polgar, All Tech is Human

Featuring

Shalini Kantayya, director, Coded Bias
Meredith Broussard, Author, Artificial Unintelligence
Timnit Gebru, Co-Lead, Ethical Artificial Intelligence Team at Google

11/14/2020
Coded Bias NYC Metrograph Q&A

Join us for a celebration of the NYC theatrical release of Coded Bias and inclusion in the artificial intelligence technologies that will define the future of civil rights.

Moderated by David Polgar, All Tech is Human

Featuring

Shalini Kantayya, director, Coded Bias
Meredith Broussard, Author, Artificial Unintelligence
Timnit Gebru, Co-Lead, Ethical Artificial Intelligence Team at Google

STARTING TODAY! Watch WMM release WITHOUT A WHISPER – KONNON:KWE through New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) th...
11/13/2020

STARTING TODAY! Watch WMM release WITHOUT A WHISPER – KONNON:KWE through New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) this weekend and attend a Q&A on Monday for a conversation with Director Katsitsionni Fox, Mohawk Clan Mother Louise McDonald Herne and Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner, moderated by Carey Graeber.

Register here: https://bit.ly/3puiWHY

Meet Jaida Grey Eagle! Born in Pine Ridge, South Dakota and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, @jaida.l.greyeagle is an O...
11/12/2020

Meet Jaida Grey Eagle!

Born in Pine Ridge, South Dakota and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, @jaida.l.greyeagle is an Oglala Lakota filmmaker and co-producer on WMM’s new release SISTERS RISING. The film highlights the story of six Native American women reclaiming personal and tribal sovereignty in the face of ongoing sexual violence against Indigenous women in the United States. It was recently named Best Documentary Feature at the American Indian Film Festival and received an Honorable Mention at the Big Sky Doc Festival. Jaida’s work utilizes art as a form of activism and focuses on mixing traditional indigenous art with contemporary mediums. In addition to filmmaking, she utilizes several other artistic mediums such as photojournalism, bead working, and writing to tell the story of the Lakota and other native peoples. #nativeamericanheritagemonth

11/12/2020
Coded Bias NYC Metrograph Premiere: A Celebration of Data Rights as Human Rights

Join us to celebrate the theatrical premiere of the critically acclaimed Sundance documentary Coded Bias, a groundbreaking film that explores the threat artificial intelligence poses to civil rights. As it turns out, artificial intelligence can encode racial and gender bias, and women are leading the charge to ensure our civil rights are protected. Meet the brilliant scientists and badass activists on the front lines, challenging big tech towards the ethical use of the technologies that will define our future.

Moderated by Senior Staff Writer for WIRED Sidney Fussell featuring:

Joy Buolamwini, Founder of Algorithmic Justice League
Cathy O'Neil, Author, Weapons of Math Destruction
Shalini Kantayya, Director of Coded Bias

with

Tranae Moran, Brooklyn Resident Fighting Facial Recognition
Daniel Santos, Houstan Teacher Fighting the Value Added Model

and the unveiling of a Universal Declaration of Data Rights as Human Rights.

11/12/2020
Coded Bias NYC Metrograph Premiere: A Celebration of Data Rights as Human Rights

Join us to celebrate the theatrical premiere of the critically acclaimed Sundance documentary Coded Bias, a groundbreaking film that explores the threat artificial intelligence poses to civil rights. As it turns out, artificial intelligence can encode racial and gender bias, and women are leading the charge to ensure our civil rights are protected. Meet the brilliant scientists and badass activists on the front lines, challenging big tech towards the ethical use of the technologies that will define our future.

Moderated by Senior Staff Writer for WIRED Sidney Fussell featuring:

Joy Buolamwini, Founder of Algorithmic Justice League
Cathy O'Neil, Author, Weapons of Math Destruction
Shalini Kantayya, Director of Coded Bias

with

Tranae Moran, Brooklyn Resident Fighting Facial Recognition
Daniel Santos, Houstan Teacher Fighting the Value Added Model

and the unveiling of a Universal Declaration of Data Rights as Human Rights.

Tonight! Come to the opening night panel (at 8 PM ET) of CODED BIAS, which opened theatrically today at the Metrograph. ...
11/11/2020

Tonight! Come to the opening night panel (at 8 PM ET) of CODED BIAS, which opened theatrically today at the Metrograph.

You can watch the panel here live on our page or register here: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/codedbias/register

Join THIRTEEN WMM filmmakers at the DOC NYC 2020 festival Nov. 11-19! Check out the blog post below to get details and j...
11/09/2020
Women Make Movies at DOC NYC 2020

Join THIRTEEN WMM filmmakers at the DOC NYC 2020 festival Nov. 11-19! Check out the blog post below to get details and join us in watching new releases from WMM filmmakers, past and present! https://www.wmm.com/women-make-movies-at-doc-nyc-2020/

For more than 45 years, Women Make Movies has championed women filmmakers and their stories. The largest distributor of films by and about women in the world, WMM also supports hundreds of independent filmmakers each year with our highly successful Production Assistance Program.

"Documenting a variety of deeply flawed programs that were used to fire an award-winning middle school teacher in Housto...
11/09/2020
Review: Coded Bias Chillingly Reveals How Tech Is Ushering in a Dystopian Future

"Documenting a variety of deeply flawed programs that were used to fire an award-winning middle school teacher in Houston, to determine crucial decisions in the criminal justice system, and to ensure poorer people are flooded with a variety predatory ads, CODED BIAS depicts just how surreptitiously these technological apparatus instill, and often amplify, the same injustices that exist in the society they’re supposedly meant to help." -Derek Smith on WMM new release CODED BIAS for Slant Magazine. Read more on #CodedBias here: https://www.slantmagazine.com/film/review-coded-bias-chillingly-reveals-how-tech-is-ushering-in-a-dystopian-future/

If technology ever was apolitical, those days are long gone.

Set in a fictitious Hollywood motion picture studio in 1942, a year after Pearl Harbor, Mignon Duprée, a Black woman stu...
11/05/2020

Set in a fictitious Hollywood motion picture studio in 1942, a year after Pearl Harbor, Mignon Duprée, a Black woman studio executive who appears to be white and Ester Jeeter, an African American woman who is the singing voice for a white Hollywood star are forced to come to grips with a society that perpetuates false images as status quo. “Illusions” follows Mignon’s dilemma, Ester’s struggle, and the use of cinema in wartime Hollywood: three illusions in conflict with reality.

Join NYWIFT for a virtual screening of NYWIFT Muse honoree and #WMM filmmaker Julie Dash’s groundbreaking narrative short film Illusions from Nov 5-10, followed by a Q&A on Nov 10 at 5 PM with Board Chair Michelle Materre and Jillian Borders of UCLA. Register at nywift.org/events

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After some festival screenings in 2019 and 2020, this short film by Aster V. Delgado's Art is now online: https://youtu.be/DSLJOb6UPxs Sixteen-year-old 'tomboy' Ning-ning grows up on a duck farm in the Philippines and has to help her father a lot. Recently, though, she has been spending more and more time with a girl from school. But one day, her father discovers something that shatters Ning-ning's world... Aster V. Delgado about her film: "Ever since the story of a young 'tomboy' growing up on a duck farm was told in lesbian circles in the Philippines in the early 1990s, I held on to the idea of turning it into art. Her story should be cherished and not forgotten! However, only the basic plot is based on what I heard back then - the rest is my creation."
Join the Reality Poets alongside filmmakers Andres "Jay" Molina and Alexis Neophytides for a sneak preview of their forthcoming documentary, FIRE THROUGH DRY GRASS, and a conversation about #ownvoices pandemic storytelling. Wed., Oct. 21 at 7:30pm rsvp for Zoom link: [email protected] Want to help make sure this story gets heard and seen widely? Donate to support post-production and promotion costs, payable via the film's fiscal sponsor: https://www.wmm.com/sponsored-project/fire-through-dry-grass/. Look forward to seeing you at the event: firethroughdrygrass.com
TANTO TIEMPO (35mm) - awarded to Cheryl Quintana Leader (Bruin Gymnast/English/Women's Studies Major) to write, direct and produce via Universal TV/NHMC about her mother Maria de la Luz, who grew up 3rd Gen American in Texas to signs enforcing "No Negros, No Dogs, No Mexicans, No Jews) -- while we have a 2nd Gen American Male of no color in the White House   ). She was the first woman ever in the 10 year history of the program chosen - first to produce and air her program in over 85% of U.S. Synd. TV market -- first to ever share Latina/o stories about and by American Latina/os in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month   TANTO TIEMPO (Universal/MCA TV - 26:00) on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/130802904?ref=em-v-share distributed by Women Make Movies. TANTO TIEMPO, Written in 4 days, prepped in 5 weeks and shot in 5 days (12 locations, 12 leads and 20 extras), is a 35mm short film which was awarded a CINE Golden Eagle -Washington DC Award, Best Short at San Jose, San Antonio and Chicago Children's Film Festival, a National Educational Gold Apple and an Induction into the Museum of Modern Art/NY's Xicano Retrospective Archives. TANTO TIEMPO was also part of the first ever hour-long televised special "The Hispanic Heritage Project: An American Experience" highlighting original Latina/o stories (created by and about Latina/os - via NBC-4 Los Angeles) and aired nationally to 85% of the U.S. market during Hispanic Heritage Month w/host Edward James Olmos and sponsors AT&T, Kodak & Very Special Arts.
A very important new documentary coming soon by director NINA MENKES about the women and the visual language of cinema!
Julie Taymor has scored a number of firsts. She was the first woman to win a Tony award for Best Direction of a Musical, The Lion King, which has earned more money than any entertainment title in box office history. Taymor is also known for her magical use of puppets and masks. Her latest project is a movie called The Glorias about Gloria Steinem. She’s hoping that the life story of one of the world’s most famous feminists will inspire people in these challenging times. Julie Taymor talks to me about her dreams, her fears and her passions. Listen here https://bit.ly/nowwhatpodcast Thanks to Julie Taymor for speaking to me on Now What? A Podcast About Re-Invention & Big Life Decisions
Her latest project, a movie called The Glorias, is about Gloria Steinem. Julie Taymor is hoping that the life story of one of the world’s most famous feminists will inspire people in these challenging times. The Lion King director talks to me about her dreams and her fears on the new episode of Now What? A Podcast About Re-Invention & Big Life Decisions https://www.facebook.com/100000137689815/videos/3855789657768919/
Lion King director Julie Taymor talks about her new film The Glorias Movie, her hits and misses and life in the pandemic on Now What? A Podcast About Re-Invention & Big Life Decisions out this week. https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=744029466176879&extid=2y44eR4tzk1DWB01
Today is #WomensEqualityDay and we’re celebrating #HelenReddy. Her voice inspired a nation and #IAMWOMAN continues to empower women across the globe to fight for equality. Please help us celebrate Helen’s inspiring voice by sharing the video on your own social pages. Feel free to post your own video paying tribute to Helen Reddy! Hear her Roar on September 11th!
Today is #WomensEqualityDay and we’re celebrating #HelenReddy. Her voice inspired a nation and #IAMWOMAN continues to empower women across the globe to fight for equality. Please help us celebrate Helen’s inspiring voice by sharing the video on your own social pages. Feel free to post your own video paying tribute to Helen Reddy! I Am Woman is roaring into theaters and VOD on September 11th and we can’t wait for you to see this inspiring film!
join us for a Q & A with the CAST AND CREW for our WORLD PREMIERE of WITHOUT A WHISPER at the Woods Hole Film Festival on July 30th at 7:30 pm. Distributed by: Women Make Movies Please register at this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYpd-6gqDsuHNx8bO2yMN1lPKM_7yl6d-OV The festival is virtual this year so you can order 1 ticket on line and host a watch party with family or friends at home. Tickets go on sale on July 25th and can be purchased here https://www.goelevent.com/WoodsHoleFilmFest/e/ShortsLookingBack We encourage everyone to watch at the same time: July 30th at 7:00 pm and then join us after for the Q & A zoom call. We are so excited to share this film!
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