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This year's post-election period revealed deep societal divisions that prompted acts of violence, as well as other forms of intolerance. In response, concerned educators and communities are looking to cultivate transformative conversations. To help with these efforts, WMM is presenting to types of offers, 1) an exclusive 25% off discount on selected new releases, and/or 2) an option for educators to participate in our new "SCREEN IN" initiative, which provides an opportunity to view the selection of films online, for free, during the week leading up to the January 20th inauguration. The curated collection includes:

These films amplify vital issues on the topics of race relations, Islamophobia, transgender equality, violence against women, health care inequity, immigration, climate justice and more.

Call 212-925-0606 x 360 or write orders@wmm.com to place your order. Use coupon code: TTOL16 Offer expires January 31, 2017.

Extended End of the Year Sale!
Buy One, Get One Free

Institutions can take advantage of the opportunity to own two WMM films for the price of one, including our most requested classics and recent bestsellers!

WMM's prestigious collection includes a diverse list of over 550 award-winning films that tackle the most important issues of our time facing women around the globe. Take a look at our staff curated special collections to fit the needs of your classroom, organization and/or library. The collection includes pressing topics such as Islam & Muslim Women, Human Rights, Violence Against Women, African American Women, Gender, and Feminism.

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*Offer does not include 2016 New Releases and expires 2/28/17. Call 212-925-0606 x360 or contact orders@wmm.com to apply your discount here. Offer only applies to institutional orders, cannot be combined with any other offer, and other exceptions may apply. Learn more.


A historical comparison of women’s employment on the top 250 films in 2012 and 1998 reveals that the percentages of women directors and editors have not changed. The percentages of women writers and producers have increased slightly. The percentages of women executive producers and cinematographers have declined. -Celluloid Ceiling 2012 Report



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Meet the Industry: Indie Film Clinic with Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin, Director of Indie Film Clinic
Wednesday, February 1 | 6:30 – 8:30pm
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WMM welcomes Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin, Clinical Professor and Director of Indie Film Clinic, at Cardozo Law School. The Indie Film Clinic provides free legal services to filmmakers producing independent, documentary, and student films, as well as to artists providing services to independent and documentary films. Professor Greenberg-Kobrin is formerly the Dean of Students and Lecturer-in-Law at Columbia Law School, where she taught about negotiations, deals and leadership. Please join us as Michelle shares about what’s available through this unique and one-of-a kind opportunity, and how to apply for these services.

 

NYSCA (New York State Council on the Arts) Information Session

Thursday, February 9, 6:30 PM
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The New York State Council on the Arts (NSYCA) will soon be accepting funding applications for Film, Media and New Technology Production by individual media makers based in New York State. Arian Blanco, NYSCA Program Director, will lead this information session and answer questions to help you navigate the application process. NYSCA funding supports Documentary and Narrative works, Interactive/Digital Technology, Sound Art, Installations/Performance, Experimental Work, Animation and Radio. Project can be a combination of media, including but not limited to, work for tape, installation, single-channel work, or interactive disc formats. Artists at various career stages are welcome to apply. Grant amounts range from $5,000 to $25,000. Documentary projects must be in the post-production phase and all applicants must have proof of New York State residency.

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Women Make Movies is renting a conference/screening room centrally located on 29th Street and 6th Avenue in New York City. Learn more!



JOBS AND INTERNSHIPS!

We're looking for interns! Work with our distribution staff to learn about outreach and promotion of independent film, or work with our production assistance program to learn about raising money and getting independent films made. Apply today to take advantage of this great opportunity!



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SAVE UP TO 66% WITH OUR SPECIAL COLLECTIONS!

WMM's timely Special Collections cover a wide range of issues and bring depth and unique content to your library. Buy 5 or more films from a single collection for just $99 each. Go!



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Visit WMM's Special Offers page to view all of ongoing sales, promotions and discounts! Support women in film by taking advantage of exclusive deals on hundreds of releases, from award-winning documentaries to cutting edge experimental films from around the globe. Questions? Email orders@wmm.com or call 212.925.0606 x360.


Thanks to our funders!

Women Make Movies gratefully acknowledges the support of our funders: The National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. The Andy Warhol Foundation, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. aponsor nea nysca nyculture academy warhol hfpa







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Now Available!
Ovarian Psycos


This has been a banner year for OVARIAN PSYCOS! With sold out film screenings across the country, dynamic Q&As, and several audience and people's choice award-wins at premiere film festivals, the film has created impact around the globe, from New York City to Beirut and beyond!

Riding at night through streets deemed dangerous in Eastside Los Angeles, the Ovarian Psycos use their bicycles to confront the violence in their lives. At the helm of this crew is founder Xela de la X, a single mother and poet M.C. dedicated to recruiting an unapologetic, misfit crew of women of color. The film OVARIAN PSYCOS (Joanna Sokolowski, Kate Trumbull-LaValle), rides along with the "Ova's" exploring the impact of the group's activism, born of feminist ideals, and an urban/hood mentality, on neighborhood women and communities as they confront injustice, racism, gentrification, and violence, taking back their streets one ride at a time.

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Top 10 Films of the Month


SONITA
DON'T TELL ANYONE
A REVOLUTION IN FOUR SEASONS
OVARIAN PSYCOS
PRIVATE VIOLENCE
GREAT UNSUNG WOMEN OF COMPUTING
IT WAS RAPE
THE REVIVAL
THE KOREAN WEDDING CHEST
THE SUPREME PRICE



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Want Digital Licensing? Here's How!

Times are changing and digital licensing has become an important part of the media landscape. Women Make Movies now offers streaming licenses for the length of the file format after the purchase of a film(s) at list price. Price of the digital license is based on list price. Discounts are available for bulk orders. Visit here for more information on terms and conditions.


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