“14 Women Dominated SXSW Film” as Tonight’s Reminder: 14 Women #SocialScreening

Indy Art | Media Co-opCollaborative Media, Convergences, Indianapolis, Social Screenings, Womyn

“14 Women” Screens Tonight Just a quick reminder if you hadn’t seen it! Celebrating Female Leadership & National Women’s History Month: Tuesday, March 8 Doors: 6:30PM, Film: 7:00PM 1734 W. Washington St. 46222 ^ Look for the Carpenter’s hall emblem Free Admission, All Ages Some snacks provided, pitch-ins welcome. Discussion will be rich, with National Organization of Women and The … Read More

“14 Women” #SocialScreening & Discussion

Indy Art | Media Co-opEvents, Indianapolis, Social Screenings

14 Women, They're Powerful, They're Senators. Free Film on March 8th, 2nd Tuesdays #SocialScreening at 1734 W. Washington St. 46222, + Community + Discussion + Snacks, by Indy Art Media Co-op; Sponsored by the National Organization of Women of Indiana - NOW Indiana.

Celebrating Women in Leadership! We continue to deepen the dialogue from the past two movies: how can telling women’s stories bring about equity and create positive social change? How can we make the storyteller (AND decision-maker) roles more accessible to ALL people? With Hillary Clinton’s second attempt for the Democratic nomination making headlines, director Mary Lambert’s 14 Women, a look … Read More

“Daughters of the Dust” Screening | Discussion led by Kheprw Institute

Indy Art | Media Co-opEvents, Indianapolis, Social Screenings

Daughters of the Dust screening in honor of Black History Month; film screening promotional image with Kheprw as event sponsor/facilitator.

February’s 2nd Tues. #SocialScreening We will be viewing Julie Dash’s Daughters of the Dust, originally released in 1991. Kheprw Institute website will facilitate a short intro discussion, with youth, and then a longer discussion after the film. We are excited by the potent context and history of this film, whose director, Julie Dash (a warrior poet of our time), managed … Read More

Screening “The Greening of ‘Middletown'” Wednesday 10/14

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Greening the Screening of Middletown Promotion Card, sponsored by Earth Charter Indiana, Sustainable Indiana 2016, and Indy Art | Media Co-op

Please join us for this amazing short documentary about ?Middletown? and how a community moves from rust to revival. When: Wednesday, October 14th, 2015. Doors: 6:30pm // Film: 7pm Where: Indiana Interchurch Center, 1100 W. 42nd St. ~ Panel Discussion ~ Refreshments ~ Community ~ We are proud to bring you this locally-made film in partnership with SustainableIndiana 2016, a … Read More

“L.N.G.Unite” September #SocialScreening

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You’re invited to join us Tuesday, September 8th for our next free #SocialScreening! For this event, we’ll be participating in the #DirectedByWomen worldwide film viewing party. This event seeks to bring attention to the wide array of wonderful women directors, who are often overlooked for “bigger” male names in the industry. The party takes place from September 1st through September … Read More

Milagro Beanfield War #IndyFilmNight

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2nd Tuesdays Social Screening Please join us for this month’s free screening of The Milagro Beanfield War!     When: Tuesday, July 14, 7:00 p.m., doors open at 6:30 Where: Indianapolis Worker Justice Center, 1734 W. Washington St. The film tells of one man’s struggle as he defends his small beanfield and his community against much larger business and state … Read More

Dine-in Theatre! “Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret”

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Please join us for a veg. pitch-in and free screening of Cowspiracy! Released in 2014, Cowspiracy zeroes in on the local and global effect of animal agriculture. The film exposes the political power of animal agriculture, asks the tough questions of environmental organizations which are remaining silent, and discusses what sustainability really looks like, through the power of investigative journalism. … Read More