Brownie Troop 44466 approached Reel Grrls after the 2016 Election, extremely disappointed with the outcome - they wanted to see their first female president, but instead they saw a bully take the highest position of power in the USA.
Last fall Brownie Troop 44466 reached out to let us know that Grrl Power is important. These fierce young leaders ages 7 and 8 years old refused to be helpless, and decided that they wanted to invest in the Future is Feminist by supporting Reel Grrls through hosting a fundraiser for Grrl Power! As part of the experience we ...
Reel Grrls is thrilled to be working in partnership with Aarushi Sahai to launch Grrl Active.
Grrl Active aims to be a leadership program, and an advisory steering committee for feminist student leaders. Grrl Active is a new opportunity for feminists to come together and move the dial on issues they care about in collaboration with adult mentors and allies through Reel Grrls.
Aarushi Sahai is a student at Big Picture High School. She reached out to Reel Grrls in the beginning of this year. "I wanted to be involved in a program that combines media and social justice," ...
Reel Grrls is excited to see the continued growth of the All Girls Film Challenge, that supports young people in their film careers. Learn more about this annual All Girls Film Challenge that took place at the Microsoft Campus.
Filmed and edited by Darlene Graham.
Happy International Womxn's day! Check out what feminists had to say at the march in Downtown Seattle!
Continue to #resist. Continue to #unite.
Filmed and edited by Darlene Graham.
On January 21st we witnessed history in the making. A day that will long be remembered and looked back upon by future generations. It’s because of Reel Active volunteers, like the Womxn’s Media Crew, that future generations will hear the stories of the Marchers, see the power of compassion, and understand the strength in unity. Volunteers gave those who couldn’t attend a place in the crowd and amplified the voices that were there. As a special thank you, Reel Grrls is hosting a Womxn’s Media Crew Appreciation Open House. We will be screening footage from the ...
Snap Series aims to build Community through Web Series Development
Where: Seattle Grip and Lighting (1050 West Nickerson, Seattle)
When: Saturday April 8, 10 am - 6pm
What: Learn from professional mentors what it takes to craft video content for webisodes
Cost: $30 (Suggested Donation)
email: email@example.com or call 206-375-1132
In the fall of 2016, Camille Adams, a recent graduate of Pacific Lutheran where she led a student-driven TV production crew, came to Reel Grrls with a great idea! She wanted to bring aspiring ...
Reel Grrls is postponing this panel -future date to be announced. Thanks for your interest.
The Northwest Film Forum (1515 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122) will be co-hosting the Film Finances 101 Q&A and Workshop on the Fledgling Fund on April 1st 1pm – 3pm.
Cost: Free w/ a suggested donation of $15
The finances of filmmaking is a critical part of getting your story produced. Join us with local filmmakers that will share their experience in all things finances and financing in filmmaking.
The panel will be moderated by Nancy Chang, ...
The All Girls Film Networking Event is quickly approaching! This event will be hosted at the Microsoft Mixer in Redmond, Washington on Friday, March 10th from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.
This is a great opportunity to celebrate women in film, and inspire the next generation of young filmmakers to join the industry. Hearing the stories of those who have traditionally been ignored by the media is essential in this political climate. Let's support young people in their dreams to be filmmakers.
Check out this video from last year's event:
All-Girl Film Event 2016 Final ...
This Saturday Feb 25th, from 11am – 1pm we will be hosting a Reel Grrls Volunteering Orientation at the Lemieux Library on Seattle University's campus.
We want to get to know you and hear about your ideas for film and media content. It is especially important in this political climate for the voices of our young people and all those who are underrepresented in the media to be heard. What stories need to be told right now and how would you do this?
There are so many ways to get involved with Reel Grrls. We will be discussing volunteer expectations, practice ...
Hi, there! My name is Darlene and I'll be blogging for Reel Grrls specifically on projects related to the Get Reel Active project. I'm a recent grad of Seattle U's Film Studies program with a passion for filmmaking and intersectional feminism.
My goal is to produce content that encourages folks to get plugged in with Reel Grrls as well as channel their creative energy and passion into events that push the culture forward.
On January 21, 2017, Reel Grrls took to the streets along with 175,000 other Seattleites other concerned Seattleites to stand up for ...