Not only is Citizen Jane a film festival every fall, but during the rest of the year we continue to support and celebrate female filmmakers through an ongoing film series at Stephens College.  We host artist in residences to screen and discuss their films to the public, and they also visit classes and lead workshops. And it is all FREE!

Coming Soon:  Wednesday, April 30, 7 pm:  "Mosquita y Mari, a coming of age film written and directed by Aurora Guerrero. Aurora Guerrero will be here in person for a Q and A after the film. Charters Auditorium (1405 East Broadway, Helis Communications, Stephens College Campus).

"Filmmaking as Activism" a filmmaking workshop with writer, director Aurora Guerrero:  Thursday, May 1st, 9am-11am. Room 27, Helis Communications, Stephens College Campus. Please RSVP for workshop only to paula@citizenajanefilm.org

Citizen Jane Film Series receives educational grant support from The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Past guest artists include:

Gemma Cubero DelBarrio, director of “Ella Es El Matador”

Tricia Brock, director of “Killer Diller,” “Gossip Girl” and “Ugly Betty”

Jennifer Hawks, vice president at Dreamworks

Kim Longinotto, director of “Rough Aunties” and “Sisters in Law”

Jennifer Livingston, documentary of “Paris is Burning”

Laurie Kahn-Leavitt, director of “Tupperware!” and “A Midwife’s Tale”

Shannon O’Rourke, director of “Maybe Baby” and “In the Name of Love”

Mariylyn Atlas, producer of “Real Women Have Curves”

Joyce Kogut, costume supervisor, “Traffic”, “Man on Fire”, “Jerry Maguire”, “Up in the Air”

Joni Tackette, casting director, “John Adams”, “Up in the Air”, “For the Love of the Game”