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MISS REPRESENTATION

Miss Representation is a powerful film that exposes damaging, sexist media messages that inhibit young women’s happiness, ambition, and leadership. Total Running Time: 1h 25m

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Watch From Home

Streaming available HERE

Available to rent on Vimeo
$3.99
$12.99

School Licenses

Find a Single Classroom License HERE

Use the film in a single classroom
$49

Whole School License HERE

Use the film campus-wide
$99

Curriculum available HERE (Yes, it’s FREE!)

K-5, Middle, High School & University
FREE

Community License

Community Screening License HERE

Host a community screening
$99

Corporate Screenings

Work at a company where you’d like to expose co-workers and corporate leadership to our films? The Rep Project partners with companies all over the world to host screenings of our films and help guide meaningful conversations around gender stereotypes. For more information and pricing, contact sales@therepproject.org or call 415-233-4060 x1.


REFERENCE LIBRARIAN

“This eye-opening film should be shared with high school students, teachers of students of all ages, and parents. It would be a good conversation starter for any of these groups singly or in combination.” 

–Ann Brownson, Reference Librarian, Eastern Illinois University (Charleston, IL)

TALK TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT …

  • Families can talk about how the media shapes our views of women. What messages do you see on TV, in movies, and on the web?
  • How do you think the media’s many images of scantily  clad women affect the way that young women learn to view themselves?
  • How do you think the ways women are presented in the media has changed in the past several decades?

“OPENED MY EYES”

Miss Representation “truly opened my eyes and made me the feminist I am today.”

COMMON SENSE MEDIA’S FOUNDER, JIM STEYER

“Parents need to know that this documentary offers a powerful, uncompromising look at how the media trivializes and sexualizes women. It’s informative and enlightening and will be a total eye-opener for girls and their mothers. And it could move teens — both girls and boys — to re-examine how they absorb the images presented to them.” Common Sense Media’s founder/CEO, Jim Steyer