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Host a Screening

In a society where media is the most persuasive force shaping cultural norms, the message that young women and men overwhelmingly face is that a woman’s value and power lie in her youth, beauty, and sexuality and not in her capacity as a leader.

Help challenge this status quo by hosting a screening of Miss Representation. With the right screening resources, you can arrange a screening in a few easy steps.

Interested in using the film and/or its messaging in an educational context? If you’re a nonprofit, school, or government agency, you can order our curriculum and additional resources for ongoing use in your programs.

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Click on the category below that best describes you or your group to get started. You’ll see all your options for booking your event.

 

Schools, Camps, & Libraries

K-12 schools, colleges and universities, summer camps, home schools, residence schools, and public libraries all fall into our "schools and camps" category. Are you representing one of these? Interested in hosting your screening in affiliation with a school or camp?

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Community Organizations

Nonprofits, government agencies, charities, 501c3s, international nonprofit organizations, religious and spiritual associations, film festivals, and nonprofit conferences all fall into our "community organizations" category. Are you representing one of these? Interested in hosting your screening in affiliation with a nonprofit, government agency, or community organization?

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Corporations and Small Businesses

Corporations, small companies, private practices, and employee groups all fall into our "corporations and small businesses" category. Are you part of an affiliated women’s, diversity or other group? Interested in hosting your screening at your place of work?

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Individuals

Individuals and groups of individuals both fall into our "individuals" category. Interested in organizing a screening in your home, community, school, or local theater?

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