Host Your Own Event

We encourage online screenings in lieu of in-person screenings at this time, and can offer you and your organization virtual access to production team members for panel discussions and Q&A’s.

Please fill out our “Host Your Own Event” form below, and download our Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Screening Kits and promotional resources to support your event planning.

Our series can be purchased for public screenings here.

Whether you are an educational institution, historical society, museum, public library, women’s and girls’ organization, or other community organization, public screenings of our animated documentary shorts provide a unique opportunity to:

  • Share inspiring stories of women who succeeded against tremendous odds in challenging times
  • Honor local women’s history and the accomplishments of diverse women across the country in making America
  • Highlight contemporary women trailblazers and heroines in your community
  • Reflect upon the unladylike heroines in your own lives
  • Connect diverse intergenerational audiences

Download Resources To Support Your Screening: 

Host Your Own Event Form:

If you are interested in inviting a member of the film team to be a part of a panel discussion or Q&A at your UNLADYLIKE2020 screening event, please fill out the form below and a team member will be in touch. For any other questions regarding UNLADYLIKE2020 screenings or events, please send us a note via our Contact page or email info@unladylike2020.com

  • Please check out our team here and let us know if you would like to invite a specific team member(s) to participate.


UNLADYLIKE2020 Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Screening Kits

UNLADYLIKE2020 DIY screening kits include all the guidance you need to host an impactful online event, providing biographies of each of the featured historical women, information about the contemporary women interviewees, promotional materials, suggested discussion questions for promoting dialogue and deepening your post-screening conversation, pre-and post-screening online activity ideas, and resources for further learning.

Download the Main Series kit, made possible by support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting: 

Download the Women in STEM kits, made possible by support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation:

Download the Rhode Island Women kits, made possible by support from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities: