Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media


Past Events

July 28, 2016 See Jane Salon – In a League of Their Own: Sports for Social Change

Across the world, sports activates a collective spirit that brings together communities, and tears down boundaries. In a League of Their Own: Sports Inspiring Social Change will examine the importance and impact of positive role models in the world of sports. From the actors portraying sports figures in feature films and television, to the real […]

July 06, 2016 See Jane Salon – Exclusive Screening of Equity

Exclusive screening of Equity with opening remarks by Academy-Award winning actor Geena Davis and Madeline Di Nonno, CEO of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. Screening followed by Q & A with Moderator Alex Cohen of NPR and Meera Menon, Alysia Reiner and Sarah Megan Thomas.

June 28, 2016 See Jane Salon – CinemAbility

An exclusive screening for See Jane members followed by Q&A and panel discussion.

June 15, 2016 CinemAbility Exclusive Screening for See Jane Members Only

Become a See Jane member and join us for an exclusive screening of CinemAbility followed by a Q&A with panel of Oscar, Emmy, and Golden Globe winners: Deborah Calla, Gabrielle Carteris, Geena Davis, Jenni Gold, Jane Seymour, Scott Silveri and Danny Woodburn.

May 15, 2016 See Jane Salon – Keeping Up with Generation Z

The media landscape is dramatically shifting from content to consumption to distribution. Content creators are re-inventing how they conceive, produce and distribute content to appeal to how Generation Z consumes content in a non-demand digital life. Generation Z is seeking entertainment that reflects the diverse stories of their world and how they see themselves in […]

April 25, 2016 See Jane Salon – Maggie’s Plan

Exclusive screening of Maggie’s Plan with opening remarks by Academy-Award winning actor Geena Davis and followed by Q & A with Alex Cohen, Rebecca Miller, Rachael Horovitz and Damon Cardasis. Sony Picture Studios Monday, April 25, 2016 7 p.m. EVENT PHOTOS Moderator Alex Cohen; Rachael Horovitz, Rebecca Miller, Damon Cardasis and Madeline Di Nonno Geena […]

April 05, 2016 Bentonville Film Festival

Submissions are open for both feature films and short films. BFF’s mission is to encourage content creation in film and other forms of media that reflects the diverse — and half female — world we live in. BFF proactively supports content creation by minorities and women with a platform to showcase their work and, with the help of our partners, is the only film competition in the world to guarantee theatrical, television, digital and retail home entertainment distribution for its winners. The Festival takes place in early May in Bentonville, Arkansas and is research based and commercially driven.

February 17, 2016 2016 Global Symposiums on Gender in Media – Mumbai

Our 2016 Global Symposiums on Gender in Media was held in Mumbai on February 17-21. The Mumbai Symposium was co-hosted by FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO), Mumbai Chapter, the women’s wing of FICCI and sponsored by ITVS. The Institute presented new global research which explores the influence of film audiences in the UK, India, Nigeria, France […]

December 03, 2015 An Evening with Geena Davis – Cocktail Party 2015

An Evening with Geena Davis is our annual fundraiser and was held on December 3, 2015 at the William Turner Gallery in Santa Monica, California. This event is attended by 200 thought leaders in the entertainment industry. Since its beginning, three years ago, this event has raised almost $130,000 to support the research, education and advocacy programs that are creating a world where girls grow up surrounded by positive reminders of their equality and worth. This year we honored Nina Tassler, Nina Tassler, Chairman, CBS Entertainment.

November 18, 2015 An Evening with Geena Davis – Cocktail Party

An Evening with Geena Davis is our annual fundraiser that will be held on Thursday, December 3, 2015 at the William Turner Gallery.

Page 1 of 512345
You have the power to change the
face of children's programming.

With your help, if she can see it, she can be it.

Your donation will further our research efforts and
fund continuing curriculum development for young children.

One-time Donation to Help Jane
Monthly Donation to Help Jane

Do you have questions about donating to the institute? Please contact Elizabeth Kilpatrick.