The Representation Project harnesses the power of film and media the make cultural change. Nonprofits and community agencies around the world are using Miss Representation, The Mask You Live In, and The Great American Lie to spark critical conversations around challenging and overcoming stereotypes. Use our films to enhance the important work your organization is already doing.

Interested in screening our films in your local community? As a community organization or government agency, you can screen our films and guide meaningful discussions around how limiting gender stereotypes are shaping your community.



The Mask You Live In is a transformational film that often leaves male audience members speechless. But while they are speechless, the thoughts and connections that are made are too numerous to mention. After some time processing the speechless have often become the advocates for change in our community.”
-Travis Greenly, Youth Educator, Family Transition Services

“A motivational and thought-provoking film that should be part of curriculum across the country – and around the world, for that matter. It should be part of a training program for teachers, coaches, leaders, and parents in the community.”
– Dorothy Davis, Coordinator, Domestic Violence Coordinating Committee Windsor-Essex (Windsor, ON, Canada)

“I would like to express my deepest gratitude to your crew for creating these films. I really think they are two of the most important documentaries of our time and as an educator with a passion for social justice they fit perfectly into my curriculum. I teach at an all boys school and The Mask You Live In has been an incredible resource to my student population.”
– Genevieve Bassett, High School Social Studies Teacher, St. Mary’s International School