FLYING: Confessions of a Free Woman



The national theatrical release of Jennifer Fox's new documentary film, about what it means to be a modern woman, began in the Summer of 2007 and will continue through the Spring of 2008. In conjunction with the national theatrical screenings, we would love to work with you to organize college campus screenings of the film. If you're interested in organizing a screening of FLYING on your school campus, you can also inquire about filmmaker Jennifer Fox's availability to present the film on your campus and to have a discussion with students afterwards.

How to Bring FLYING to Your Campus:

There are a few ways to bring the film to your campus:

1) Contacting your school's Office of Student Activities is generally a good place to start. Each school is different, and the Office of Student Activities at your school may then refer you to another student group or academic department.

2) You can also start by asking the department heads or professors of various academic departments in your school to inquire if there is a possibility of co-presenting or co-sponsoring the screening. FLYING is particularly suited to classes in:

  1.   Women's Studies
  2.   Gender Studies
  3.   Sociology
  4.   Anthropology
  5.   Psychology
  6.   Film/Media Studies
  7.   Documentary Production

3) You can also consider bringing the filmmaker, Jennifer Fox, to speak with the film screening. Jennifer has lectured internationally on both women's issues and documentary filmmaking. While she normally charges a speaker's fee of $1500 per event, we are willing to work within the budgets of the various student organizations and academic departments to coordinate a campus screening and presentation.

For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact us at:

Natasha Mottola
116 Franklin Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10013
Tel +1 212 966 4427 / Fax

Please Note: Public Performance Rights are included when you purchase DVDs from Zohe Films. These permit screenings in a classroom or library or to a public group of less than 50 people when no admission is charged.

If admission is charged, or if the group is more than 50 people, you need to request a quote for an open showing license. Visit our Non-theatrical Bookings section for more information.