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The new school year is approaching fast, and WMM has essential films for your Orientation Week events.  Our collection addresses some of today's most pressing issues such as sexual assault, religious intolerance, immigration, disability rights, homophobia, race relations and more. These powerful stories from diverse perspectives are invaluable resources for sparking dialogue and teaching students to communicate across difference, both inside and outside the classroom. 

As you welcome first-year students to your campuses and foster a sense of belonging, we hope sharing these stories will help them learn from the experiences of others, and inspire them throughout the year to create more supportive and accepting communities.

SPECIAL OFFER: Get any 5 films below for only $495!
Far-Right Extremism in the U.S.
One U ndocumented Teen's Story
Race and Identity in America
Domestic Abuse and Restorative Justice

Muslim Women Speak Out at The University of Alabama
Dialogue Between a Queer Filmmaker and Evangelicals

Sexual Assault in Muslim Communities

On Being Trans
Race Relations and Fraternities


To take advantage of this special pricing, email or call 212.925.0606 x3600 and mention promo code ORIENTATION18 . This offer expires on 10/15/2018.

About WMM: 
From cutting-edge documentaries that give depth to today's headlines to smart, stunning films that push artistic and intellectual boundaries in all genres, Women Make Movies (WMM), a non-profit feminist social enterprise based in New York, is the world's leading distributor of independent films by and about women. Our Production Assistance Program assists women directors with their productions from concept through completion with fiscal sponsorship, consultations and other technical assistance. We work with creative, ground-breaking films which win awards at festivals around the world. Films and filmmakers we have supported have been nominated for or won Academy® Awards in 12 of the past 13 years.
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