Host a Screening of "Women's Work"
Share Stories of Exemplary Connecticut Women With Your Tribe
Women's Work: Stories Behind the Movement, an original documentary from Connecticut Public, features the stories of local women who share a common desire to be part of a collective effort – serving as leaders, trailblazers, artists, educators, advocates and entrepreneurs. These women are just some of the multitudes of women in our communities who — through their daily work, drive the movement forward.
Free Screening Kit Makes Hosting and Promoting Your Event Simple
Screening kits are provided by Connecticut Public to help you promote your event, watch the documentary with your group, and engage attendees in a unique effort to share stories about women who impacted their lives and careers.
Screening materials are provided free of charge. Connecticut Public asks that you share basic (opt-in) contact information of attendees to help enable our outreach to the communities we serve.
Drive Awareness about
your Screening Event
Connecticut Public will promote your event through our wide-reaching digital platforms. You will also receive:
- Printable flyers you can co-brand and customize with your event information.
- Promotional text and still images for use in social posts and other promotions.
Download the Film
from our Website
You will receive a password to access our Screening Kit website, where you can download the film* and other marketing collateral and templates.
* For one-time public viewing only.
Get Your Audience
At cptv.org/womenswork, your audience can publicly honor a woman whose work has inspired or challenged them by posting their photo and a brief story to our web gallery. (We may even feature their stories on TV.)
Authors of the first 50 stories chosen will receive two Connecticut Public "Women's Work" travel mugs — one for them and one for gifting a hard-working friend.
Everything you need to host an engaging event!
Just send us a Screening Request to get started.
Women's Work Screening Request
“Women's Work” features the stories of Connecticut women serving as leaders, trailblazers, artists, educators, advocates and entrepreneurs. Watch the original TV documentary. Six additional short films will be released weekly - watch them here.