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From now through June 30, take advantage of this amazing opportunity to stretch your year-end media budget! Receive 65% off your entire order when you purchase 5 or more films. Sale includes our bestsellers and most popular releases. Choose from any of our 550 titles. You can take advantage of this special offer by ordering online and referencing promo code EOYE13. 
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Ready to change those VHS tapes over to DVDs? WMM is offering you the chance to upgrade any VHS film to DVD at 50% off list price! Take advantage of this offer by emailing orders@wmm.com or calling 212.925.0606 x360 and referencing promo code VHSDVDE13. 
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NIÑOS DE LA MEMORIA (CHILDREN OF MEMORY) PREMIERES ON GLOBAL VOICES! SAVE 20% WHEN YOU ORDER!

 
"... an essential addition to the films about Central America..."
Pamela Yates, Director of GRANITO: How to Nail a Dictator

 

"...portrays the determination and bravery of those dedicated to finding the country's disappeared children." 

Kate Doyle, Senior Analyst, National Security Archive

 

Women Make Movies is thrilled to announce that public television channel World Channel will broadcast 
NIÑOS DE LA MEMORIA as part of its Global Voices programming. 
 
The award-winning documentary by Kathryn Smith Pyle and María Teresa Rodríguez will air at 10PM ET on Sunday, June 30th on Global Voices.
  
NIÑOS DE LA MEMORIA (CHILDREN OF MEMORY) tells the story of the hundreds of children disappeared without a trace during the Salvadoran civil war. Taken away from the massacre sites by soldiers, some grew up in orphanages or were "sold" into adoption abroad. The film follows Margarita Zamora, an investigator with human rights organization Pro-Búsqueda as she traverses the Salvadoran countryside probing memory, swabbing DNA samples, and searching for disappeared children - including her own four siblings. Read more & view the trailer
 
Save 20% through August 31, 2013, when you order with Promo Code COMBE13. Click here to place your order. You can also email orders@wmm.com or call 212.925.0606 x360.
Applies only to institutions, public libraries, K-12 schools and community groups. Cannot be combined with any other offer.
Interested in Latin America? This Year, WMM Has Added *Four New Titles* to THE WOMEN OF CENTRAL AND LATIN AMERICA Special Collection!

From immigration to civil wars to politics, women in Latin and Central America continue to fight for both gender equality and their own survival. Glimpse into the lives of these brave and determined individuals with this growing collection of compelling films.

 
"An impressive testimony of dictatorships' impact on families and on the strength of women's hope through decades." FEMCINE
 
 

 

CHILDREN OF MEMORY (NINOS DE LA MEMORIA)
"... an essential addition to the films about Central America in the 1980s." 
Pamela Yates, Director of GRANITO: How to Nail a Dictator

 

BAY OF ALL SAINTS

"...paints a dispiriting picture of life in a Brazilian slum and offers no cheap expression of hope beyond the fighting spirit found, however intermittently, in the community itself."
Hollywood Reporter

 

"[S]hed[s] light on the thousands of kidnappings, sexual abuse, human trafficking, and torture suffered by migrants who travel across Mexico each year..." UCLA International Institute


To view trailers and see a complete listing of related films, explore the entire WOMEN OF LATIN AND CENTRAL AMERICA Special Collection!
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