Use the power of film
raise awareness for cultural biases − foster productive and meaningful discussions − generate actionable change
Use the power of Pioneers in Skirts by hosting a screening of your own!
1. ON-DEMAND SCREENING EVENT
Host a virtual screening of the film so that your audience can watch on their computer or internet-enabled television.
2. ONLINE WATCH PARTY SCREENING EVENT
Watch LIVE with the filmmakers of Pioneers in Skirts! Invite your audience to a 90-minute interactive movie Zoom screening where you and your audience, and the filmmakers can all interact.
3. IN-PERSON SCREENING EVENT
Host a screening of the film at a venue of your choice. It’s an opportunity to truly grab the attention of your audience; to turn off their phones and fully immerse themselves into the impact of storytelling. Add experiential elements to create an event that your audience will never forget!
4. SPEAKER SCREENING EVENT
Invite a filmmaker to be part of your movie screening event — in-person or online. Ashley and Lea-Ann speak on topics of recognizing sexism, learning to be better allies, and how to empower the next generation to be more inclusive. –read more–
5. HYBRID SCREENING EVENT
Host an in-person screening AND a multi-day on-demand streaming of the film to accommodate those who cannot attend your event in person. Add a Watch Party for a longer and more inclusive experience for your entire audience!
6. SCREENING EVENT W/SPECIALIZED DEI (A) BUNDLES
When planning your event, we know you’re thinking about who your attendees will be coming to see. Whether your event aims to attract diverse types of people or serve a particular or marginalized crowd, they most likely share two common personal goals:
1) to be able to be themselves & feel a sense of belonging, and
2) to grow and support their community.
The Producers of Pioneers in Skirts are proud to offer specialized Screening Event Bundles that will:
- Empower you to promote your DEI (or IDEA) beliefs and values
- Empower your audience to learn how to avoid the challenges and barriers that they often face (and how to be an ally)