Desk space - Desk is located in WMM’s main office space. Beautiful, large, brand new desk and chair. Gorgeous view of Empire State Building. Our office is quiet and professional. Full access to conference room, A/V equipment, phone, color printer/copier, high speed WIFI, and an updated kitchen. $500/month.
In 2011, the UN organized a group of young women to help advance goals related to gender equality, universal basic education and other human rights issues. As a result, October 11th officially became the International Day of the Girl, calling attention to the issues that girls face worldwide.
These harrowing facts are unique to girls: only 30% of girls in the world are enrolled in secondary education, one in seven girls in developing countries will be married before age 15 and more than half of all reported sexual assaults occur before a girl’s 18th birthday. The International Day of the Girl addresses these issues and works to better the lives of girls the world over.
Numerous events are taking place to commemorate this special day – even pop star Katy Perry is involved in getting the word out there! Spreading awareness and showing your support is easy! Social networking, calling your government official or simply educating yourself about the issues that girls around the globe face every day can add to the momentum.
Join the international conversation with WMM’s Special Collection, THE NEXT GENERATION: Young Women & Girls. This compelling list of titles explore many of the same concerns at the heart of The International Day of the Girl, like body image, education, youth & media and violence against women.
GIRL POWER: ALL DOLLED UP
"Want to get girls and young women to talk about how their lives are affected by marketing? Show them this film!" -Catherine Orr, Beloit College
THE EDUCATION OF SHELBY KNOX
"The movie…is a pungent civics lesson on what can and cannot be accomplished by one plucky, idealistic girl." -The New York Times
"Highly Recommended…a must-see for teachers, parents, and others who work with adolescents." -Educational Media Reviews Online
I WAS A TEENAGE FEMINIST
"A fun and engaging discussion about the seemingly lost ideals of feminism… this is recommended. 3 Stars." -Video Librarian
WIRED FOR SEX, LIES AND POWER TRIPS: IT’S A TEEN’S WORLD
"[A] good choice for instructors… dealing with the impact of sexuality in popular culture and on the Internet on teens." -Educational Media Reviews Online
Special Offer! Purchase 5 films from this collection for only $495! Call 212-925-0606 x360 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and reference this promotion to complete your purchase.
For the last decade, WMM films have won and been nominated for multiple Academy® and Emmy® Awards. This summer, SAVING FACE was nominated for a record 5 News & Documentary Emmys®, more than any other documentary film this year!
To celebrate the new school year, WMM is offering 25% off any film* in the collection, including this diverse list of Academy® and Emmy® Award-winning and nominated titles! As the leading distributor of films by and about women, WMM’s catalog features a world renowned collection of educational resources proven to enrich lesson plans and engage students of any discipline.
Academy Award® Winner for Documentary (Short Subject)
Nominated for 5 News & Documentary Emmy Awards®
THE GREATEST SILENCE: RAPE IN THE CONGO
Emmy® Award Nominee, Outstanding Informational Programming: Long Form and Outstanding Individual Achievement in a Craft: Writing
Academy® Award Nominee for Best Short Documentary
CALLING THE GHOSTS: A STORY ABOUT RAPE, WAR AND WOMEN
Emmy® Award, Outstanding Individual Achievement in a Craft in News and Documentary Programming: Directing
COMPLAINTS OF A DUTIFUL DAUGHTER
Emmy® Award, Outstanding News Documentary Program
LAS MADRES: THE MOTHERS OF PLAZA DE MAYO
Academy® Award Nominee, Best Documentary
DIALOGUES WITH MADWOMEN
Emmy Award, Outstanding Interview Program
Choose from any of WMM’s 500+ films and get 25% off your order! Shop online and enter promo code BTSSN13 to apply the discount. Offer ends 10/31/2013.
*Excludes all other 2013 New Releases. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Other restrictions may apply.
From cutting-edge documentaries that give depth to today’s headlines, to films that push artistic and intellectual boundaries in all genres, Women Make Movies is the world’s leading distributor of independent films by and about women. Founded in 1972, Women Make Movies (WMM) is a non-profit feminist, media arts organization dedicated to the distribution and exhibition of films by and about women. Additionally, Women Make Movies’ Production Assistance (PA) Program provides assistance to emerging and experienced women directors in the production of new documentaries, fiction and experimental films.
We are looking for a smart, savvy, hardworking individual who can work independently in a busy, fast paced office. We want a superstar who is socially aware, feet firmly planted on the ground, and knows how to get the job done efficiently and effectively! Please have a strong sense of work ethic, especially with regard to showing up to work on time, every day. The right candidate will have at least two years experience in an office administration position, with an understanding of office management and maintenance, and excellent methods of communication. We are looking for someone to grow with the organization, who is able to understand the big picture, and who can successfully juggle multiple tasks in a productive and polite manner. The ideal candidate must also have a strong knowledge of Microsoft Office, be able to effectively prioritize, and must be willing and able to wear multiple hats.
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Please email resume with a letter noting relevant experience and salary history to email@example.com. NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. Please indicate Office Coordinator in the subject line and tell us where you saw the posting.
Women Make Movies offers a competitive salary, as well as an excellent benefits package including employer-paid medical and dental insurance, long term disability, retirement plan, vacation, and paid holidays. Women Make Movies is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women of color, lesbians, and older women to apply.
On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech to a massive crowd assembled at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial. This week, we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the groundbreaking March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom, a collective uprising that altered the course of history and ushered the Civil Rights Movement into the forefront of American society.
WMM commemorates this momentous event and those who risked their lives to achieve its mission with select films from the AFRICAN-AMERICAN: Celebrating the Lives of African-American Women Special Collection. These titles recognize both the triumphs and hardships of African-American women who struggle against adversity and make lasting social and political contributions.
**SPECIAL OFFER ON SELECT CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT TITLES: 3 FOR $295!**
To honor the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington, WMM is offering a special, limited-time discount on the following films! These titles tell the story of the Civil Rights Movement, calling attention to strong women who fought to make Dr. King’s dream a reality.
CHISHOLM ‘72 - UNBOUGHT & UNBOSSED
"A refreshing antidote to the opportunism and cynicism that rules the political roost today…an inspiring tale of someone who made a difference." -The Hollywood Reporter
STANDING ON MY SISTERS’ SHOULDERS
”**** Editor’s choice. Highly recommended…a powerful must-see slice of American life.” -Video Librarian
MOUNTAINS THAT TAKE WING: ANGELA DAVIS & YURI KOCHIYAMA
"[E]xplores the critical role women, youth and crosscultural, crossracial alliances played in…important social movements." -The Adams Report
Purchase these Civil Rights Movement titles as a mini-collection for the low price of $295! Order online and enter promo code MOWSN13 to apply the discount. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212.925.0606 x360 for questions. Offer ends 10/31/2013.
Cannot be combined with any other offer. Other restrictions may apply.