over the years, we collaborated with community members to produce three series, two films, and two podcasts.
today, our mission remains clear: welcoming communities into new media by featuring them on and off-screen.
in person and online. our screening series what if media looked like us? and movie night, ran by our grassroots group sisterhood media projects, connects audiences with short filmmakers far and wide by spotlighting their work with an audience that cares. whether we are travelling across ontario, canada or broadcasting live, we lift up voices with projects we believe in.
of burgeoning filmmakers by leading workshops and offering community engagement roles. sisterhood media strives to bridge gaps between the canadian film industry and marginalized professionals looking for access. our programming connects audiences with filmmakers and film professionals in different cities by providing new industry opportunities and our instagram live series, on the couch.
by delivering content on our streaming service, sisterhood media tv. our platform supports filmmakers devoted to telling their stories about queerness, accessibility, race, gender, culture, class, and more, while working towards a better tomorrow.
through our accessible membership program. we encourage members of our family to purchase a sisterhood media TV membership to someone who cannot afford one. we redistribute this membership to folks in need to ensure everyone can watch the content made for them.
Sisterhood media operates from many locations but primarily the traditional lands of the Anishinawbe, Haudenosaunee confederacy, Missisaugas of the credit, and huron-Wendat nation.
we want to acknowledge these nations living here for centuries and their historic connection and respect to this land. We offer gratitude from our family to these communities and support the truth and reconciliation process for all indigenous people across the globe.
program and acquisitions director
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digital content manager