Marching to Progress: Women in 2018 is presented by The March on Washington Film Festival, Raben_Impact, and the NYU Brademas Center. This event will commemorate the Women’s March and assess how we are moving women from marching to voting and further activism. Clips from Robin Hamilton's Fannie Lou Hamer film will be screened and a panel discussion with Jackie Payne, Robin Hamilton, and Jessica Byrd.
The March on Washington Film Festival, in partnership with Friends of the American Latino Museum and the Consulate General of Mexico, invites you to join us for a special screening and discussion of The Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo on Sunday, March 11th at 4pm at the Mexican American Cultural Center. Please join us as we honor the life and legacy of Chicano activist, lawyer and cultural icon, Oscar Zeta Acosta.
Join the March on Washington Film Festival, in partnership with the Friends of the National Museum for the American Latino and the La Plaza de Cultura y Artes, in Los Angels for a special screening of Director Phillip Rodriguez' innovative look at the life of radical Chicano lawyer, author, and counterculture icon, Oscar Zeta Acosta.
Following the screening we will hear from Spoken word artist, Erick Huerta, Labor activist Wendy Carillo, (D) CA State Assembly, 51st District , and enjoy food, drinks & dancing to the wheels of DJ collective, Chulita Vinyl Club.
Directed by Lyttanya Shannon, Death By Delivery stars Nelufar Hedayat who investigates a crisis in maternal care, exploring why African American women are up to four times more likely to die of pregnancy-related causes than their white counterparts.
Following the screening, we will have conversation with Dr. Joia Crear-Perry and a panel of experts to be announced.
Women Wimmin make up the majority of the population in the U.S. but in media account for only a third of published stories, and in film account for 27% of producers, 18% of editors, 13% of writers, 13% of directors, and 9% of cinematographers.
Wimmin are a political minority — UNTIL NOW.
Time’s up on the behavior and culture that make women less safe in the workplace and the discrimination that has long kept women removed from opportunities equal to men. Join us at the Sundance Film Festival for mart(ea)nis and snacks to discuss the civil rights issue of our time and why the time for lasting change is now.
Join us at the Sundance Film Festival to hear from veteran and emerging filmmakers about the new and expanded meaning of their work in the face of the current political environment.
This convening will bring together filmmakers, storytellers, advocates, and movement leaders to discuss the role of film in shifting culture and ensuring that love trumps hate, especially over the next three years.
The March on Washington Film Festival, in partnership with The California Endowment and The California Wellness Foundation, invites you to join us as we celebrate the life and towering legacy of Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017. Our program will feature a screening of the documentary, Bridging the Divide: Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race, a panel discussion on Mayor Bradley’s historical impact, and reception prior to the screening with music and appetizers.
A March on Washington Film Festival special event with New York University featuring a screening of the short film, This Little Light of Mine: The Legacy of Fannie Lou Hamer (US | 2015 | 27 min.) followed by a discussion on her life with veteran activist Dorie Ladner, filmmaker Robin Hamilton, and moderated by Kim Jeffries Leonard, President and CEO of Envision Consulting and Member of LINKS, Inc.
These dynamic women will talk about Hamer's life and share stories that will deepen our understanding of how women played an integral role in the Civil Rights Movement.