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2016/2017 Catalog is Here!

We are thrilled to announce that the new 2016/2017 Catalog is here! These acclaimed and award-winning films are just what you are looking for. Our new releases cover critical hot button topics of today: a new collection on race, identity, and racial justice; LGBTQ issues; immigration and Latin America; technology /STEM; violence against women; feminism and the environment; and even a film on the current struggle for equity for women filmmakers, plus more!

Trailers and clips are available for nearly all new titles on our YouTube channel. Dynamic standouts include: SONITA, BRAVE MISS WORLD, DON'T TELL ANYONE (NO LE DIGAS A NADIE), LOVE BETWEEN THE COVERS, GREAT UNSUNG WOMEN IN COMPUTING, and DREAMCATCHER.

Download a digital copy of the 2016/17 Catalog now! A printed version of the catalog will be sent in the mail to our existing customers. If your library does your ordering, or you have not ordered from us before, request a printed copy of the catalog to be sent you by clicking here.


End of the Year Sale!
Buy One, Get One

Until December 31st, 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.

Be sure to ask us about digital licensing!

*Offer does not include 2016 New Releases. Use coupon code EOYE16 to apply your discount. Offer only applies to institutional orders, cannot be combined with any other offer, and other exceptions may apply. Offer expires 12/31/2016. 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



Next Workshops


In Conversation with Motto Pictures’ Julie Goldman
Wed. Dec. 7, 6:30 – 8:30pm
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Julie Goldman has been described as one of the most prolific documentary producers working today with recent releases such as Life Animated, Weiner,Solitary, Buck, Beware of Mr. Baker, Best of Enemies, 1971 and many, many more.  Abacus, Small Enough to Jail is her latest producing effort, directed by Steve James; it recently premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Here she talks about her life and career, the films she’s produced and executive produced, the director/producer relationship, how to think outside the box when financing your work, and the state of non-fiction today. Sure to be a profound, humorous and stimulating evening.


Impact Producing, Outreach, Engagement and Social Media with Jennifer MacArthur of Borderline Media
Wed. Dec. 14, 6:30 – 8:30pm
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Need help reaching your audience? Want to learn how to incorporate community outreach into your film's distribution plan? Join Women Make Movies in conversation with Jennifer MacArthur, founder of Borderline Media and producer of Sundance 2017 U.S. Documentary Competition premiere Whose Streets? Borderline Media helps content producers and mission-driven organizations maximize their media to inspire civic participation, social action and impact. Their strategy and design work has successfully secured close to $1,000,000 in foundation support for filmmakers. The company's projects include Out in the Night (POV, 2015); Southern Rites (HBO, 2015); Emmy® nominated Gideon’s Army (HBO, 2013), and Emmy® nominated Traces of the Trade (POV, 2008). Whether you’re trying to change laws or just hearts and minds, bring your questions to this action-packed evening to understand how to build your audience and incorporate what every funder is asking for these days: your plan for community engagement and impact.

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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!

WMM is searching 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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Check out the projects currently in our Fiscal Sponsorship program, and even make a contribution online. Go!



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!



CHECK OUT OUR PRESS ROOM

Visit our Press Room to read the latest news and announcements, learn about our newest acquisitions, and link to articles about WMM. Go!



MORE DISCOUNTS AND SPECIAL OFFERS

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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New Releases on Race Relations and Racial Identity


Our special collection of powerful new releases examines important issues surrounding race relations and racial identity in America. With violent events across America, the nation has been shaken, and meaningful dialogue is critical for advocacy and real social change. Our 2016 new releases address race related issues both here and abroad that help to move the national conversation forward.

PROFILED knits the stories of family members of black and Latino youth murdered by the police, and examines the impact of racial profiling, and police brutality within the historical context of racism and segregation in America. You may view the PROFILED trailer here.

Other new releases include: SOUTHERN RITES; TOO BLACK TO BE FRENCH; and VOICES OF MUSLIM WOMEN FROM THE US SOUTH.

You may view more films on race relations and racial identity from our classic collection here!





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Top 10 Films of the Month


SONITA
DEEP RUN
TOO BLACK TO BE FRENCH
DON'T TELL ANYONE
PRIVATE VIOLENCE
REFLECTIONS UNHEARD
SOUTHERN RITES
LOVE BETWEEN THE COVERS
FEMINISM INSHALLAH
FORGETTING VIETNAM



Click here for a list of classic WMM titles new to DVD.

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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