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Challenge your traditional understanding of #Thanksgiving. This #NAHM, browse a collection of films made by and about In...
11/24/2022
Native American

Challenge your traditional understanding of #Thanksgiving. This #NAHM, browse a collection of films made by and about Indigenous women, from a portrait of an Innu poet to the story of a Native adoptee exploring her heritage https://www.wmm.com/catalog/subjects/native-american/

WMM's acclaimed catalog of nearly 700 titles by and about women is used by thousands of cultural, educational and community organizations.

3 of the 5 films nominated for the Film Independent Spirit Awards for Best Documentary are from WMM filmmakers and Progr...
11/23/2022

3 of the 5 films nominated for the Film Independent Spirit Awards for Best Documentary are from WMM filmmakers and Program alum! Congratulations to WMM-sponsored MIDWIVES (dir. Snow Hnin Ei Hlaing) and Program alums Laura Poitras (ALL THE BEAUTY AND THE BLOODSHED) and Sara Archambault (RIOTSVILLE, USE) for nominations on your new projects.

And congratulations to WMM-sponsored BEBA (dir. Rebeca Huntt) and Program alum Reid Davenport (I DIDN'T SEE YOU THERE) on your nominations for the Truer Than Fiction Award! https://www.filmindependent.org/spirit-awards/nominees/

Our new acquisition, CATEGORY: WOMAN had its international premiere screening at DOC: NYC! Director Phyllis Ellis and pr...
11/23/2022

Our new acquisition, CATEGORY: WOMAN had its international premiere screening at DOC: NYC! Director Phyllis Ellis and producers Howard Fraiberg & Cheryl Staurulakis had a great Q&A with the audience after the screening.

#ITVSOpenCall funding is open! ITVS gives independent producers up to $350k to complete production for a standalone broa...
11/23/2022

#ITVSOpenCall funding is open! ITVS gives independent producers up to $350k to complete production for a standalone broadcast length documentary to air on public television. Apply now through Dec 16. Learn more: https://itvs.tv/389ek2F

Amid an escalating climate crisis, The Redford Center has announced 12 filmmaking teams who are winners of its Environme...
11/22/2022
The Redford Center Announces Environmental Impact Film Grant Winners (Exclusive)

Amid an escalating climate crisis, The Redford Center has announced 12 filmmaking teams who are winners of its Environmental Impact Film grants for 2022-2023, and 3 of the projects are from WMM filmmakers!

Congratulations to the teams behind WMM-sponsored projects EMERGENT CITY (dirs. Kelly Anderson, Jay Arthur Sterrenburg, prod. Brenda Ávila-Hanna) and THE QUEENDOM (dir. Otilia Portillo)! Program alum Nadine Pequeneza has also been awarded a grant for her new project SEEING GREEN.

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Selected filmmakers will receive support in developing stories and impact campaigns from advisers including HiddenLight's Brenda Robinson, FilmAid's Gita Saedi Kiely and Catapult Film Fund's Lisa Kleiner Chanoff.

Did you know that this week is Better Conversations Week? Our new release, STORMING CAESARS PALACE (dir. Hazel Gurland-P...
11/22/2022
Storming Caesars Palace

Did you know that this week is Better Conversations Week? Our new release, STORMING CAESARS PALACE (dir. Hazel Gurland-Pooler), is a revolutionary conversation piece opening our eyes to unsung hero Ruby Duncan and her efforts to form the National Welfare Rights Organization!

STORMING CAESARS PALACE chronicles the life of Ruby Duncan, an activist who fights the welfare system and becomes a White House advisor. A real-life superhero, she takes on both the Nevada political establishment and organized crime In a valiant and resolute act of civil disobedience.

Don’t miss Points North Institute's Diane Weyermann Fellowship: $100,000 in unrestricted funding + 18 months of creative...
11/22/2022

Don’t miss Points North Institute's Diane Weyermann Fellowship: $100,000 in unrestricted funding + 18 months of creative support for director/producer teams in development or early production!

The Diane Weyermann Fellowship at Points North champions filmmaking teams producing cinematic feature documentaries that take artistic risks in highlighting stories of moral and ethical urgency. Mirroring Diane’s generosity and commitment to bold, visionary storytelling, this program aims to empower a new generation of creative documentary directors and producers, building a robust community of support that will help them create significant works of art that connect with audiences across the world.

Application deadline: Jan 13, 2022

Learn more at https://bit.ly/3LLnS76 or by attending the live virtual information session and Q&A on Dec. 13 at 1pm ET. Register at http://bit.ly/3G4lkjs

New release! WMM's LOVE, BARBARA (dir. Brydie O'Connor) is a personal exploration of the love that inspired the trailbla...
11/21/2022

New release! WMM's LOVE, BARBARA (dir. Brydie O'Connor) is a personal exploration of the love that inspired the trailblazing work of late le***an experimental filmmaker & artist Barbara Hammer, as told by her partner of over thirty years, Florrie Burke. Purchase or host a screening: https://www.wmm.com/love-barbara-release-notification/

TONIGHT: In a region divided by violent ethnic divisions where Muslim minorities are persecuted, a young Muslim medical ...
11/21/2022

TONIGHT: In a region divided by violent ethnic divisions where Muslim minorities are persecuted, a young Muslim medical apprentice learns the skills needed to care for her community. WMM-sponsored MIDWIVES (dir. Hnin Ei Hlaing) premieres tonight on POV. #MidwivesFilmPBS https://loom.ly/84jQHow

We love engaging with filmmakers! Slide 1: WMM’s Executive Director Debra Zimmerman sharing advice with attendees of the...
11/20/2022

We love engaging with filmmakers! Slide 1: WMM’s Executive Director Debra Zimmerman sharing advice with attendees of the Tide Film Festival. Left Swipe: WMM ED Debra Zimmerman with WMM Executive Assistant and filmmaker Karina Dandashi enjoying the films of the festival. Thank you The TIDE Film Festival for having us!

“[A] stand-out…Beyer’s dignity charm and frankness make Georgie Girl a fascinating film, even when she discusses the tou...
11/19/2022
Georgie Girl

“[A] stand-out…Beyer’s dignity charm and frankness make Georgie Girl a fascinating film, even when she discusses the toughest times in her life…” -Garry Maddox, The Sydney Morning Herald

WMM's GEORGIE GIRL (dir. Annie Goldson and Peter Wells) #transgenderawarenessweek

“…expertly captures the fascinating and checkered life of one the world's most conscientious politicians…Georgie Girl and Georgina herself swept our Festival off its feet!”

11/18/2022

Chicken & Egg Pictures' #ProjectHatched supports women and non-binary filmmakers worldwide with recently completed documentary films + plans to launch an impact campaign. Grantees receive $30k toward their project and join the AlumNest community. Learn more & apply by January 17: bit.ly/PH2023

DEEP RUN poetically examines one trans man’s search for love, faith, and acceptance in rural North Carolina. [Loven’s] d...
11/18/2022
Deep Run

DEEP RUN poetically examines one trans man’s search for love, faith, and acceptance in rural North Carolina. [Loven’s] directorial eye shows a particularly acute attention to depicting the distinctive atmosphere of Davis’s rural Southern world… the film glows with a lyrical intimacy… a particularly honest depiction of low-income trans American experiences.
- The Advocate

It's Transgender Awareness Week! We want to share our release DEEP RUN and other titles surrounding transgender rights and issues in our catalog.

"Deep Run is a sensitive and compelling portrait of trans teen Cole Ray Davis becoming a man in rural North Carolina. Cole’s story is a microcosm of so many compelling contemporary issues, he personifies how millennials will alter our culture's attitudes on transgender rights, the plight of the un...

Continue to celebrate Native American Heritage Month with WMM! Browse our collection of powerful films that honor Indige...
11/18/2022
NATIVE & INDIGENOUS VOICES

Continue to celebrate Native American Heritage Month with WMM! Browse our collection of powerful films that honor Indigenous women's histories, cultures, and contributions. #NAHM

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.

As women-led protests continue in Iran and tensions in the region escalate, we want to draw your attention to this colle...
11/18/2022
WOMEN IN IRAN: FIGHT FOR GENDER EQUALITY

As women-led protests continue in Iran and tensions in the region escalate, we want to draw your attention to this collection of films: Women in Iran: Fight for Gender Equality.

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.

Tonight is your chance to watch WMM release DAUGHTER OF A LOST BIRD! It airs at 8/7c on WORLD Channel's America ReFramed...
11/17/2022

Tonight is your chance to watch WMM release DAUGHTER OF A LOST BIRD! It airs at 8/7c on WORLD Channel's America ReFramed. You can catch it on your local WORLD station or stream it anytime, for free online and on the PBS App.

We are excited to see WMM release WHAT ABOUT CHINA? on the Big Screen at the MONTREAL INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL...
11/17/2022

We are excited to see WMM release WHAT ABOUT CHINA? on the Big Screen at the MONTREAL INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL. Screening dates at RIDM are November 25 and 27. Click here for exact times and ticket purchases https://ridm.ca/en/films/what-about-china

"I hope that after watching our film, people will look at their biases, and where those biases come from, with a renewed...
11/16/2022
DOC NYC 2022 Women Directors: Meet Sharon “Rocky” Roggio – “1946: The Mistranslation That Shifted Culture”

"I hope that after watching our film, people will look at their biases, and where those biases come from, with a renewed humility." Dir. Rocky Roggio shares with Women & Hollywood after WMM-sponsored 1946's world premiere at DOC NYC!

Sharon “Rocky” Roggio has been honing her expertise in film and television producing for two decades and has worked on award-winning films and series, including “House of Cards,” “Parks and Recreation,” “W/ Bob and David,” “Whip It,” “Red Dawn” and “Flipped,” with A-List ...

WMM release DYING TO DIVORCE (dir. Chloë Fairweather) is hot on the heels of winning the BAFTA Cymru Breakthrough Award ...
11/16/2022
Dying to Divorce

WMM release DYING TO DIVORCE (dir. Chloë Fairweather) is hot on the heels of winning the BAFTA Cymru Breakthrough Award and receiving nominations for the Grierson Awards and BAFTA Scotland! DYING TO DIVORCE is an evocative, devastating, and powerful piece of cinematic storytelling.

By sharing three women’s intimately personal stories, DYING TO DIVORCE takes viewers into the heart of Turkey’s gender-based violence crisis and the recent political events that have severely eroded democratic freedoms.

We continue to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. We want to highlight WMM's new release, CALL ME HUMAN (dir. Kim...
11/16/2022
Native American

We continue to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. We want to highlight WMM's new release, CALL ME HUMAN (dir. Kim O'Bomsawin (Abenaki)), which profoundly reflects the Indigenous experience. Browse our Native American collection today!

WMM's acclaimed catalog of nearly 700 titles by and about women is used by thousands of cultural, educational and community organizations.

In the wake of the protests and decisions being made in Iran, we want to share a clip from our release, THEY CALL ME MUS...
11/16/2022
They Call Me Muslim

In the wake of the protests and decisions being made in Iran, we want to share a clip from our release, THEY CALL ME MUSLIM (dir. Diana Ferrero), which explores women’s freedom surrounding the hijab.

"Deep and compelling…an intimate experience with two very different Muslim women…but united in their humanity…Appeals to anyone interested in moving beyond shallow stereotypes and into a real experience of modern Muslim women today.”

As persecution by the Myanmar government drives the Rohingya minority from their homes, a makeshift medical clinic run b...
11/15/2022

As persecution by the Myanmar government drives the Rohingya minority from their homes, a makeshift medical clinic run by Buddhist midwife Hla and her Muslim apprentice, Nyo Nyo, continues to provide service to those who remain. Watch the premiere of WMM-sponsored MIDWIVES (dir. Hnin Ei Hlaing) on POV Monday, Nov. 21. #MidwivesFilmPBS https://loom.ly/84jQHow

The Japan Society presents a discussion on women in film, featuring WMM filmmaker S. Casper Wong, focusing on the advanc...
11/15/2022

The Japan Society presents a discussion on women in film, featuring WMM filmmaker S. Casper Wong, focusing on the advancement and increased visibility of female filmmakers globally and in both the U.S. and Japanese film industries. Register to attend Saturday, Nov. 19. https://www.japansociety.org/events/panel-discussion-women-in-film/

11/15/2022
Do you know who provides grants to NYS filmmakers and artists? Join a virtual evening seminar to hear the New York State...
11/14/2022
Film Funders Talk

Do you know who provides grants to NYS filmmakers and artists? Join a virtual evening seminar to hear the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), the Jerome Foundation, and Wave Farm on what they fund, what they are looking for, tips on their applications, and more!
The event takes place on Wed, Nov 16, 2022, at 6:30 pm. For more information, check the link below:

Hear from funders who make grants to NYS filmmakers and artists - what they're looking for and their upcoming deadlines!

We are at Doc NYC! Congratulations to our filmmakers and projects screening in the fest. 1) Our Manager of Filmmaker Ser...
11/12/2022

We are at Doc NYC! Congratulations to our filmmakers and projects screening in the fest.

1) Our Manager of Filmmaker Services, Emily Abi-Kheirs with Director Brydie O’ Connor and Elijah of WMM release LOVE, BARBARA.

2) Our Executive Director, Debra Zimmerman and Emily Abi-Khiers.

#docnyc

WMM releases and filmmakers are nominated for the 38th IDA Documentary Awards!  New acquisition LOVE, BARBARA (dir. Bryd...
11/11/2022
9 WMM Films and Filmmakers Nominated for the 38th IDA Documentary Awards

WMM releases and filmmakers are nominated for the 38th IDA Documentary Awards! New acquisition LOVE, BARBARA (dir. Brydie O’Connor), has been nominated for Best Documentary Short. WMM release FANNIE LOU HAMER’S AMERICA (dir. Joy Davenport, prod. Monica Land) has been nominated for Best TV Feature Documentary or miniseries. Program alums Laura Poitras and Sara Dosa have been nominated for Best Director, Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing have been nominated for Best TV Documentary or miniseries, and Rory Kennedy is nominated for the ABC News VideoSource Award, which Program Alum Sarah Archambault has won. Congratulations, Filmmakers! We are proud of you. Read more and check out the entire list of nominees:

The nominees have been announced for the 38th IDA Documentary Awards, and WMM releases and filmmakers are on the list! New acquisition LOVE, BARBARA, WMM release FANNIE LOU HAMER'S AMERICA, and program alums Laura Poitras and Sara Dosa are all on the list!

Join WMM Filmmaker Brooke Pepion Swaney (DAUGHTER OF A LOST BIRD) in this week’s virtual NYWIFT Talks, CHANGING OUR NARR...
11/11/2022

Join WMM Filmmaker Brooke Pepion Swaney (DAUGHTER OF A LOST BIRD) in this week’s virtual NYWIFT Talks, CHANGING OUR NARRATIVE: INDIGENOUS VOICES RISING. The panel kicks off at 5 pm EST and is free to attend. Register here to reserve your spot: http://ow.ly/H5V050LBbvM

We are screening! Make sure to catch the premiere of 8 WMM films at DOC NYC 2022, showing November 9-27, including our b...
11/10/2022

We are screening! Make sure to catch the premiere of 8 WMM films at DOC NYC 2022, showing November 9-27, including our brand-new acquisition CATEGORY: WOMAN (dir. Phyllis Ellis). WMM staff will be in attendance as well. Debra Zimmerman will also be at IDFA for the premieres of 2 WMM films, the IDA Pitch Forum, Docs for Sale, and as an industry expert in the Consultancies Program! Read more about DOC NYC and IDFA and view screenings here: https://mailchi.mp/wmm/wmm-nov22-enews

We are excited to announce that we have acquired educational and semi-theatrical distribution rights for CATEGORY: WOMAN...
11/10/2022

We are excited to announce that we have acquired educational and semi-theatrical distribution rights for CATEGORY: WOMAN. This necessary documentary follows 4 women athletes who encounter racism and sexism and are forced to undergo a human rights-violating process of “sex-testing” to prove their right to compete in women’s sports. CATEGORY: WOMAN is having its International Premiere at DOC: NYC and is included in Filmmaker Magazine's 13 Films to Catch at DOC NYC 2022: https://filmmakermagazine.com/117283-13-films-to-catch-doc-nyc-2022/#.Y20Th-zMJb9

11/09/2022

Today the Supreme Court begins hearing arguments in Brackeen v. Haaland, which could overturn the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 and have far-reaching impacts on federal protections for Native American tribes. WMM release, DAUGHTER OF A LOST BIRD (dir. Brooke Pepion Sweeney), tells a closely related story of Kendra Mylnechuk Potter, a Native woman adopted into a white family who reconnects with her Native identity and begins to view herself as a living legacy of U.S. assimilationist policy.

Starting soon! Can't make it live? The recording will be sent to all registrants and available for three months after pu...
11/09/2022
Deal Memos to Contracts: Putting It On Paper

Starting soon! Can't make it live? The recording will be sent to all registrants and available for three months after purchase. Sign up now:

Deal Memos to Contracts: Putting It On Paper

Join Film Fatales on Friday, Nov. 11 at 2pm PT/5pm ET for Demystifying Distribution! A panel of industry experts will gi...
11/08/2022

Join Film Fatales on Friday, Nov. 11 at 2pm PT/5pm ET for Demystifying Distribution! A panel of industry experts will give an inside look at how to get your films out and into the world. RSVP: https://ffla111122.eventbrite.com

Online Program/exhibition of GREETINGS FROM WASHINGTON. In conjunction with a short film series that includes A NORMAL G...
11/07/2022
Activism & Art: Celebrating Greetings from Washington, D.C. - The OutMuseum

Online Program/exhibition of GREETINGS FROM WASHINGTON. In conjunction with a short film series that includes A NORMAL GIRL & NICE CHINESE GIRLS DON'T: KITTY TSUI. Terry Lawler (board member) was also on a panel for GREETINGS.

In celebration of the Outfest UCLA Legacy Project's most recent film restoration, The OutMuseum is thrilled to share the landmark documentary Greetings from Washington, D.C. (1981) alongside a new roundtable conversation with the filmmaking team Lucy Winer, Frances Reid, Greta Schiller, and Terry...

Sean Jefferson of Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz joins us for our next webinar to discuss all-important agreements filmma...
11/07/2022

Sean Jefferson of Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz joins us for our next webinar to discuss all-important agreements filmmakers encounter between producers and directors, editors, crew, film participants, and anyone else you might work with along the way! Sign up to attend: https://bit.ly/WMM_DealMemosContracts

On November 12, Black Public Media, Houston Cinema Arts, and Austin Film Society will host the 2022 Black Media Story Su...
11/07/2022

On November 12, Black Public Media, Houston Cinema Arts, and Austin Film Society will host the 2022 Black Media Story Summit on Climate Justice at the historic DeLUXE Theater. Join our community of filmmakers, activists, researchers, community leaders, and policymakers, as we work towards creative solutions for a more equitable and just global future.

RSVP for in-person attendance here ➡️ https://bit.ly/BMSS-Climate-JusticeDeLUXE

Or join us virtually here ➡️ https://bit.ly/BMSS-Climate-Justice-Virtual

Congratulations to our WMM-sponsored project SHUDDERBUGS!
11/05/2022

Congratulations to our WMM-sponsored project SHUDDERBUGS!

Sean Jefferson of Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz joins us for our next webinar to discuss those all-important agreements ...
11/04/2022
Deal Memos to Contracts: Putting It On Paper

Sean Jefferson of Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz joins us for our next webinar to discuss those all-important agreements between producers and directors, editors, crew, film participants, and anyone else you might work with along the way! Sign up to attend:

Deal Memos to Contracts: Putting It On Paper

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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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Long Island’s Shinnecock Indian Nation and their elite Hamptons neighbors’ clash of values is explored in the 2019 documentary Conscience Point, which you can view for a limited time! Register at https://bit.ly/3GEdJVn and enter the unlock code that is emailed to you to view the film for free. This event is in conjunction with the NEA Big Read. Livebrary Conscience Point Women Make Movies
Time for some #​ S​tageOpps​ and #​ S​creenOpps!​ Check out our #StageOppsApril22 and #ScreenOppsApril22​ bit.ly/wamcopps #StageOpps #StageOppsApril22​ Get your Theatre Opps while they're hot! #theatrewomen bit.ly/wamcopps Check ‘em out: Actors' Equity Association Local 802 AFM The Dramatists Guild of America, Dancers Over 40, Inc. Stage Directors and Choreographers Society Drama Desk, ICWP LAFPI: The Los Angeles Female Playwrights Initiative National Theatre Conference, Professional Women Singers Association Dramatists Guild Foundation Stage Directors & Choreographers Foundation, New York Women in Communications, New York Women in Film & Television. SAG-AFTRA Writers Guild Of America East, Writers Guild of America West Women Make Movies Created with the support of WomenArts
Llegó un día muy especial para Viso Producciones. HOY ESTRENO de nuestra primera película, el documental ENTRE FUEGO Y AGUA dirigido por Viviana Gomez y Anton We. Muchas gracias a Camilo Andres, la familia Jojoa, al Resguardo Quillasinga Refugio Del Sol La Cocha y a todo el equipo Ray Buitrago Vera, Andrea Said Camargo, Pedro P Vega, Jose Jairo Florez, Michael Steven, Luis Ponce, Jose Valenzuela, Wilson Esguerra, Adriana Garcia, Roberto Montoya, Yannis Álvarez, Carolina Ortiz, Rodrigo Restrepo Pabon, Rafael Ospino. Aquí los horarios para que se programen para las funciones y conversatorios. Todos muy invitados. Vamos en Bogotá, Cali y Medellín. Próximamente Pasto. Gracias a Señal Colombia Cinecolor Digital Colombia Festival Internacional de Cine de Cartagena de Indias Chicken & Egg Pictures IDFA Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival Proimágenes Colombia Carlos Acero Women Make Movies
All are welcome to join us Saturday 2-4p for the final weekend of #WomensHistoryMonth when we host a free showing of The Archivettes Film including Q&A discussion with director #MeganRossman and #MaxineWolfe. This documentary available from Women Make Movies features Le***an Herstory Archives, home to the world's largest collection of materials by and about le***ans and their communities. For access: https://www.wmm.com/virtual-screening-room/the-archivettes-watch-page-stonewall-national-monument/ "Everyone who worked on this film identifies as female or gender-q***r and almost everyone identifies on the LGBTQIA+ spectrum. As a le***an myself, I wanted to employ other q***r women because I knew that they would understand the subject matter and treat it with care, and that as women, we are largely underemployed in our industry." -Director, Megan Rossman Image: While filming the documentary, the Archivettes stand listening to Le***an Herstory Archives co-founder, Deb Edel, who reads from a file backed by a wall of diversely-shaped boxes. A boom mic can be seen in the front right of the photo. Credit: Prisca Edwards
A generations-long clash of values between Long Island’s Shinnecock Indian Nation and their elite Hamptons neighbors is unearthed in the 2019 documentary Conscience Point. Register at https://bit.ly/3GEdJVn and enter the unlock code that is emailed to you to view the film for free. This event is in conjunction with the NEA Big Read. Livebrary Conscience Point Women Make Movies
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