Seeing Is Believing: Women Direct

march 2020

12mar7:00 pm9:00 pmSeeing Is Believing: Women DirectPresented by the Collaboratory for Women Innovators

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Seeing Is Believing: Women Direct is a documentary film which emphasizes the opportunity for women to use their voice through media to change the social and political landscape and achieve full equality.

Focusing on inspiring and uplifting young female storytellers through the mentorship and leadership of four diverse directors, Seeing is Believing: Women Direct opens the conversation up to ask “What is the broader role of storytelling in our society and how can women use filmed media as a unique opportunity to catalyze progress?”

The film is additionally bolstered by important insights from both male and female-identifying filmmakers to show how collaboration, rather than competition, can incentivize all genders to further explore our shared human experience.

The film will be followed by a short discussion with audience participation to share thoughts and feedback.

We are excited to be screening this film as part of the Celebrate Women 2020 month long March celebration!

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(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST


Hippodrome State Theatre

25 SE Second Place


Collaboratory for Women InnovatorsThe Collaboratory for Women Innovators seeks to inspire, educate, and empower women to attain leadership in all phases of the innovation lifecycle. We offer a variety of programs and experiences to support different goals for participants at various stages of their personal and professional development. The genesis for the Collaboratory developed as an outgrowth of the successful Empowering Women in Technology Startups program (EWITS). Ewits began in 2012 and provides experiential hands-on entrepreneurial training and skills. The Collaboratory was originally envisioned as a next step in the entrepreneurial process to further support women starting their own companies. However, the mission has expanded to also include focus on increasing participation of female inventors, as well as providing opportunities for women who, although not currently actively pursuing a business startup, may be interested in learning more about innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership, as well as connecting with other like-minded people.Wanda Eugene at