Miss Representation Annual Streaming Subscription


Miss Representation Annual Streaming Subscription


The media is selling young people the idea that girls’ and women’s value lies in their youth, beauty, and sexuality and not in their capacity as leaders. Boys learn that their success is tied to dominance, power, and aggression. We must value people as whole human beings, not gendered stereotypes.



Classroom streaming access to the film and curriculum for students. No DVD.

This annual streaming subscription is available for classroom and workshop use only. No screening rights included. After purchase, you will receive a link to your license which confirms your usage rights when combined with your receipt. You will also receive a link to our custom curriculum for use with students from middle school – college. Preview the curriculum prior to purchase here.


Colleges/universities, K-12 schools, and summer camps


  • Classroom streaming access to the feature film: 14+, 90 minutes total running time
  • Streaming access to the classroom version: edited for content, 60 minutes total running time
  • PDF curriculum for grades K-5, Middle & High School, College/University
  • Video clips referenced in PDF curricula
  • Subtitles available for feature-length film in player: Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Norwegian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, and Swedish.

Each subscription is site-specific, so use must take place at only one location.

The subscription will renew annually. You can cancel at any time, but no refunds are given.



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Written and directed by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Miss Representation exposes how mainstream media and culture contribute to the under-representation of women in positions of power and influence in America.

The film draws back a curtain to reveal a glaring reality we live with every day but fail to see – how the media’s limited and often disparaging portrayals of women and girls make it difficult for women to feel powerful and achieve leadership positions.

In a society where media is the most persuasive force shaping cultural norms, the collective message we receive is that a woman’s value and power lie in her youth, beauty, and sexuality, and not in her capacity as a leader. While women have made great strides in leadership over the past few decades, the United States is 75th among 193 countries when it comes to women in the national legislature. And it’s not better outside of government. Women make up only 7.4% of Fortune 500 CEOs and 21% of directors, executive producers, writers, cinematographers, and editors working on the top 250 domestic grossing films.

Stories from teenage girls and provocative interviews with politicians, journalists, entertainers, activists, and academics, like Katie Couric, Rosario Dawson, Gloria Steinem, Margaret Cho, Condoleezza Rice, Rachel Maddow, and Nancy Pelosi, build momentum as Miss Representation accumulates startling facts and statistics that will leave the audience shaken, but armed with a new perspective.