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.
rePRO is a five-day virtual film festival (August 12-16, 2020) presented by the Wichita & Cleveland based organization, mama.film. mama.film is a film series to unite nurturers of all kinds, to ignite conversation and to reflect upon our shared human experience.
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 generations to come.
August 12-16, 2020
advocating for women's reproductive justice
rePRO was initially funded by a grant from the George R. Tiller, M.D. Memorial Fund for the Advancement of Women’s Health.
The five day virtual film festival, rePRO, was conceived as a program of the Wichita and Cleveland-based film series mama.film, in May of 2020. Founders include Mallory Martin, Lela Meadow-Conner and Debby Samples. Together, the three have a combined 43 years of experience working in the film festival industry, a combined 18 years of experience as mothers, and a lifetime of experience as women.
rePRO by mama.film provides a space to explore, educate, and take action in the fight for women*s reproductive justice in America.