A'ohe hana nui ke alu 'ia.

No task is too big when done together by all.

‘Ōlelo No‘eau 

Partners

FilmRev

FilmRev aims to connect leaders of existing organizations working toward intersectional parity in the U.S. entertainment media industry.

This community seeks to create:
1. Improved communication between organizations so they may collaborate, share
resources, and amplify each others work.
2. An incubator for new ideas to advance parity, including collective actions addressing gaps in current efforts.
3. A space to exchange knowledge among organizations in order to learn from the each other and avoid duplicating work.
4. Foster and engage younger/newer organizations working toward intersectional parity to build a future of change.

Alliance for Girls & Media Groups

Hawaiʻi Women in Filmmaking is part of the Alliance for Girls & Media Groups, which includes MEDIAGIRLS Camp Reel StoriesPOW Filmfest, and Reel Grrls. These organizations, which span the country, all teach girls and young women to think critically about media messages aimed at them, and create empowering media content.

Her Film Project

Her Film Project is a global initiative to advance equality in film through inclusive storytelling across race, gender, sexuality, age, and ability.

herfilmproject.com

@HerFilmProject  #FilmInclusion

The Doris Duke Theatre at the Honolulu Museum of Art is Honolulu's only art house theater and is the premier platform for independent and international film in Hawai‘i. 

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Resources

Sundance Inclusion Resource Map

The Sundance Institute Inclusion Resource Map is an online repository of actionable information for artists and film industry workers from underrepresented communities across the country. The Inclusion Resource Map compiles intel and opportunities across areas such as funding, networking and community events, mentorship and education, and professional development. It is searchable by multiple factors, including by location. Find the map here.

Women Make Movies

For more than 45 years, Women Make Movies has worked to transform the filmmaking landscape for diverse women directors and producers, helping to bring issues facing women around the world to light. Their Production Assistance Program assists women directors with their productions from concept through completion with fiscal sponsorship, consultations, workshop and webinars and other technical assistance. Women Make Movies amplifies the voices of people historically ignored by the mainstream media. Their collection, which features Academy, Emmy, Peabody and Sundance nominees and award winners, is used by thousands of cultural, educational and community organizations across North America. Find more information here.

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Hawaiʻi Women in Filmmaking

We are a 501.c.3 non profit organization

EIN 46-3144513

1050 Queen Street #100

Honolulu, Hawaiʻi 96814

aloha@hawaiiwomeninfilmmaking.org