DIY Screening Events
Women’s Voices Now makes it easy to host do-it-yourself screening events with our free, curated screening packages. Whether you’re an individual or an institution, we are here to help you screen films from our archive and give you the tools to hold meaningful community discussions and take steps towards action surrounding the issues facing women around the world.
In addition to the offerings below, we offer organizers, educators, and institutions specially curated packages for their specific needs.
If interested, please contact us.
Screening packages include the following:
- Public screening license
- Links to films
- Extensive educational and outreach resources, film discussion guide, including interviews with filmmakers, further reading on the film’s topics, post-screening action tips and resources, and more
- WVN staff support to answer any questions along the way to make sure your event is properly planned and promoted
- Photos, flyers, and postcards to promote your screening
Ticket sales are generally not permitted, but donations for WVN and/or affiliated organizations and causes are encouraged.
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