Directed by: Laurie Little, Jess Mattison and Theresa Campagna

Join us for a screening of Why We March, which is a reflection on the journey between Chicago and DC, connecting voices of hope, empowerment and intersectionality at The Women's March, which is the largest protest in the history of the United States.



The second half of this celebratory evening of activism and community will be an OPEN SCREENING. If you participated in this year's women's march (in Chicago or elsewhere), we invite you to bring your own footage to share. Whether it's raw footage shot on your iPhone or an edited video, we want to see it! Details below.

If you would like to show your march video as part of this event, bring up to five minutes of raw video or edited video as a digital file (on a thumb or flash drive or on an external hard drive). We should be able to accommodate most file types, but Quicktime files are recommended. Videos need to be delivered (ask for the projectionist) prior to the 8pm start of the program (doors will open at 7:30pm). Video will be shown on a first-come, first-served basis as time allows.


Suggested donation: $8.00

Chicago Filmmakers
5720 N. Ridge Avenue
60660 Chicago , IL