November 2012 
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Special Offer: Upgrade Your VHS Tapes to DVDs for only $99!

 

For a limited time, WMM is offering you the chance to upgrade any VHS film in your library to DVD - all for the low price of $99 per title (normally 50% off list price)!

 

Unsure what titles you have on VHS? Let WMM do the work for you! We'll send you a list of purchased titles plus the total cost to upgrade to DVD.

 

You can take advantage of this special offer by emailing orders@wmm.com or by calling 212.925.0606, x360 and referencing promo code VHSDVDE12 . 

 


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Traveling Film Fest

Love WMM films? Now you can bring great feminist films to your campus with our new initiative! We'll program a great line up of films for you, send you the DVDs (which you can keep for your library's collection) and arrange for a Skype or in-person Q&A with filmmakers and/or WMM staff. 

For more information, contact Kristen Fitzpatrick, Public Exhibitions Manager, at kfitzpatrick@wmm.com or 212.925.0606, x312.
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NEW RELEASE!

WCHILD
In the acclaimed, hauntingly beautiful film WATER CHILDREN, director Aliona van der Horst follows the unconventional Japanese-Dutch pianist Tomoko Mukaiyama. When Mukaiyama recognized that her childbearing years were ending, she created a multimedia art project on the subject in a village in Japan, constructing what she calls a cathedral, out of 12,000 silk white dresses. While Mukaiyama's own mesmerizing music provides a haunting backdrop to the film, her installation elicits confessions from normally reticent Japanese visitors, many of whom have never seen art before - and in moving scenes, they open up about previously taboo subjects about birth, death and sexuality.

View the trailer here
Purchase the film here
Special Offer on Films For Asian Studies - Get any of these titles at 50% off when you purchase WATER CHILDREN at list price!

Order any title from our Asian & Asian American Special Collection at 50% off the list price.* This offer applies to institutions only; public libraries, K-12 and community groups still receive any title for only $89.

Some of these films include:

"Highly recommended." Video Librarian


 List Price: $195.00 | Sale Price: $97.50
 
"A beautiful and moving film." Asian Educational Media Service
 
List Price: $250.00 | Sale Price: $125.00

A film by award-winning director Kim Longinotto
"****...[will] strengthen Japanese studies collections." Video Rating Guide for Libraries
 
List Price: $295.00Sale Price: $147.50
4thdimTHE FOURTH DIMENSION
A film by acclaimed filmmaker Trinh T. Minh-ha
"Recommended...for those interested in Japan and Japanese culture." EMRO
 
List Price: $395.00 | Sale Price: $197.50


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"Highly recommended...a compelling portrait" Video Librarian

 

List Price: $295.00Sale Price: $147.50
 


You can place your order directly through WMM's Online Shopping Cart. During checkout, enter promo code WCHILDE212 and your discount will be applied. For questions, email orders@wmm.com, or call 212.925.0606 x360. Offer ends December 31, 2012.
 
**Cannot be used with 2012/2013 films in collection. Other exceptions may apply. Cannot be combined with any other offer.

About WMM:
This year marks the 40th anniversary of Women Make Movies. Since our beginnings in 1972, WMM has grown from a feminist filmmakers' collective into an industry-leading nonprofit media arts organization and distributor. For 40 years, WMM has transformed the landscape of filmmaking for women directors and producers, bringing the issues facing women around the world to screens everywhere. Now, with more than 550 films in our catalog, including Academy®, Emmy®, Peabody and Sundance nominees and award winners, WMM is the largest distributor of films by independent women directors in the world. In the last five years, dozens of WMM films have been broadcast on PBS, HBO and the Sundance Channel, among others.