With 2022 upon us, we are fueled by a passion to build on the foundation of our first two editions – which includes a vast network of filmmakers and storytellers, advocates and activists, supporters, and audience members from across North America. As we look beyond Texas at other states soon to follow suit, the need for a year-round connection of powerful human stories with advocacy efforts has never been greater. In 2022, along with select partners, including GirlTalkHQ, we’ll focus on expanding our community through grassroots social activism, in our hope to ensure more equitable future generations to come.   Join us in 2022 for the brand new rePRO!

The rePRO Periodical – a monthly film & media club dedicated to our mission – will launch in January, 2022. Underwritten by our sponsors and donors, our monthly newsletter and social media content will be FREE and open to everyone who signs up for our mailing list! 

Every rePRO Periodical will be themed around an important topic related to women’s reproductive healthcare and includes complimentary access to:

  • Short Film of the Month* (available to watch immediately)

  • Call-to-Action Conversation podcast with Filmmakers/Advocates – Hosted by Asha Dayha, founder, GirlTalk HQ
  • Links to advocacy organizations and resources

  • Timely news stories, articles and other media
  • Access to a monthly “Yoni Hour” – a safe space where anyone can join in the conversation about the monthly film or theme

  • Special offers from friends of the festival, sponsors & promotional partners

*As we have since inception, we will continue to compensate artists for their work and continue our emphasis on female-identifying, BIPOC/AAPI and traditionally underrepresented storytellers

PLUS: As the world returns to in-person events, another essential component of our 2022 programming includes three in-person events including a film screening and conversation in each of these three communities: New York City, Wichita and Los Angeles with a portion of ticket sales donated to local beneficiary organizations. (Additional cities to be added based on demand & interest.)

In the wake of the news of the Texas Abortion Ban, rePRO Film Fest feels completely necessary in moving forward in educating, supporting and providing resources for reproductive justice. To be a part of this film festival felt like an acknowledgement that art can be an extremely powerful tool in understanding the strength of our own voice in the steps it takes to combat injustice.
– Susan O’Brien, Director, RESIST: The Resistance Revival Chorus

rePRO advocates for women’s* reproductive health care, justice, and bodily autonomy. Through film and conversation, we lift intersectional issues, using the power of storytelling as a catalyst for knowledge, intention, and action.  *cis, trans, and non-binary inclusive