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SHE SCREEN: ADVOCATING FOR FEMALE-CENTRIC FILMMAKING

SHE SCREEN IS A SPACE TO CELEBRATE, EDUCATE AND PROVIDE RESOURCES FOR FEMALE DRIVEN STORYTELLING.

We screen iconic shows, provide celebrity mentor Q&As with a specific skew on the feminine perspective, and then follow our programming with uniquely engaging networking opportunities for female filmmakers. By creating an evening where several educational organizations & independent film support groups join forces – we are gaining ground in closing the creative gender gap. Women are hired through our networking after parties, they are encouraged through our mentorship sessions, and they are celebrated for their unique and important voice with each show screened. Join us for this incredible shift in media where ALL voices, REGARDLESS OF GENDER, are finally getting the chance to

BE HEARD.

CODY CADENCE

is a veteran story producer, writer, director and editor; working on over 100 shows in her 15-year career. Her work spans all genres and includes both Emmy & Golden Globe-winning content. She later formed her own online video marketing agency directing over 400 commercials & PSAs; interviewing everyone from Sarah Silverman to Sia. Many of her video campaigns on equality and education have gone viral, covered by The Huffington Post, The LA Times, The Washington Post, Perez Hilton, CNN and many more. She’s an active board member of the Los Angeles Women’s Network as well as the founder of Femme Society, a coalition providing cultured events to women throughout greater Los Angeles.

TULICA SINGH

is a writer and director tour de force. Her short film Dream Girl was screened in 8 festivals including the academy qualifying Palm Springs International Film Festival, winning awards for best comedic short. It was then screened in festivals across Germany as part of a distribution deal with SALZGEBER & CO. In 2013 she received the prestigious Jon Huston Scholarship for excellence in directing. Her web series Croissant Man has been in 16 festivals sweeping categories and winning countless awards. The show will make history as one of the first short-form Independent web series to be distributed through Amazon Prime.

RORY GORY

Rory Gory is a non-binary, award-winning writer and director of independent films, music videos, and digital content. Rory consults for nonprofits working to create gender parity in the entertainment industry, providing marketing strategy as an Emeritus Board Member of the Alliance of Women Directors and as a Digital Committee volunteer for Women In Film Los Angeles.  They currently serve on the Board of Cinefemme, a nonprofit which provides fiscal sponsorship and support to women directors. They’ve also produced promotional content and events for nonprofits such as The LA LGBT Center, The Trevor Project, and United Way of Greater Los Angeles.