A Note from the Founders:

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead

With the inaugural rePRO  Film Festival officially concluded, we cannot adequately thank all of the amazing people who have supported us – literally turning a dream into a national film festival in just eight weeks. We sold tickets in 29 states, raised thousands of dollars for our Beneficiary Organizations, and most importantly, brought together artists and activists from around the globe for conversations about awareness and advocacy. This Village of voices is one of the best things to come from this experience and we’re so glad to have you as part of the rePRO family.


Our final Call-to-Action: Make sure you’re registered to vote and do it now. Educate yourself on both the people and policies at the federal, state and local levels. Don’t delay! We encourage everyone to check out Vote411 for nonpartisan, factual information on how, when, and where to vote.

You can continue to support rePRO by donating to mama.film future rePRO screenings and Call-to-Action Conversations.

rePRO is proud to support the women of RESISTERHOOD.

Watch the introduction by Supermajority co-Founder/former President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America Cecile Richards, and the post-film Call-to-Action with the film’s subjects: Mimi Hassanein, Joanna Lohman, Margaret Morrison and Dr. Jean Gearon, as well as Director CJ Crim.

Speakers & Moderators

The rePRO team thanks the village of voices who supported our inaugural film festival! Please enjoy our Call-to-Action Conversations, check out our Resources page and consider donating to mama.film to continue these efforts!

Through various lenses – and by harnessing the power of cinema as a catalyst for connection and conversation – rePRO presented by mama.film will explore the past, present, and future of women*’s and AFAB people’s reproductive healthcare, awareness, advocacy and bodily integrity in America.

* Our definition of “women” includes transgender, genderqueer and non-binary people who are woman-identified.

With the rising threat to American women’s autonomy over their own bodies, we call on our audience to lift up the voices of those who are advocating for women’s reproductive justice during this vital election year, to vote accordingly and to establish a more equitable future for generations to come.

Through the power of cinema, mama.film, a 501c(3) non-profit organization, unites nurturers of all kinds to ignite conversation and to reflect upon our shared human experience.