‘The Mask You Live In’ Now Available from Argentina to Zimbabwe
Exciting news: as of today, The Mask You Live In, is available internationally on Netflix! Now people everywhere from Argentina to Zimbabwe can view the film with just a few quick clicks.
This week, we invite you to join the global movement by watching The Mask You Live In with your friends and family. It’s easy to buy, rent, or stream the film and have a meaningful discussion about gender equality and healthy masculinity with our home screening discussion guide. Together, we can spark a global dialogue and build a healthier culture for all.
Jennifer Siebel Newsom & The Representation Project Team
June Screenings of The Mask You Live In and Miss Representation
Whether you’re a teacher who wants to bring the film to your students or a longtime fan who’s dying to see the films on the big screen, here are some upcoming public screenings of The Mask You Live In and Miss Representation:
- 6/7 The Mask You Live In screening in Pleasanton, California: Hosted by and located at the Hacienda School
- 6/8 The Mask You Live In screening in Palo Alto, California: Hosted by and located at the Emerson School
- 6/10 Miss Representation screening in Palo Alto, California: Hosted by and located at the Emerson School
- 6/13 The Mask You Live In screening in Winter Park, Florida: Hosted by The Central Florida Center for Spiritual Living at the Regal Winter Park Village Stadium 20
- 6/14 Miss Representation screening in Pleasanton, California: Hosted by and located at the Hacienda School
Representation Around the Web
“Of course the kind of fanatical work ethic that’s valued in men is scorned in women: Because she’s a woman, Clinton’s dogged dedication to her job becomes a hurdle to overcome instead of a strength.” – Jessica Roy, via New York Magazine
- ATTN: This Viral Hashtag Reveals the Face of Depression that We Don’t Know
- LinkedIn: My Apology Addiction by Lena Dunham
- New York Magazine: The Best Reason to Make Gillian Anderson the New James Bond
- The New York Times: Asian-American Actors Are Fighting for Visibility. They Will Not Be Ignored.
- The Seattle Times: What Makes a Grown Man Cry?
- Slate: The Quiet Violence of the Unwanted Kiss
- The Telegraph: Are Men in Crisis?