Inspire & uplift

 

Dream, Girl is a documentary film showcasing the stories of ambitious female entrepreneurs. It's the perfect event to ignite the women in your life to dream big, and facilitate a conversation about the challenges and triumphs that women in the workplace face.

How do we know it works? Dream, Girl was produced by an all-female crew passionate about women’s equality. After being sexually harassed at her 9 to 5 our director Erin Bagwell set out to make a film where women’s ambition is seen, heard, and never underestimated.

 

 

Meet our hosts

 
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angela buck
Ernst & young llp

We made it a “bring your daughter” event for our co-workers and clients, and everyone loved it. The film is motivational, and it’s great to see such a diverse group of female entrepreneurs and role models in the film.

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Christine Anderson
starbucks

Although we are a large corporation, the entrepreneurial spirit is encouraged and celebrated at Starbucks. We left the screening so energized about the role of women in driving innovation.  

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Paco Arizmendi
 freshbooks

The film was a very big eye-opener of the work that still needs to be done. Men should learn and will learn a lot from Dream, Girl.

 

previously screened at:

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Dream, Girl
movie screening package:
$299/event

 
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Dream, Girl Movie Screening Package Includes:

  • A one-time license to screen the film

  • The Dream, Girl documentary on DVD or BluRay

  • Digital 24-page Post Screening Q&A Guidebook to facilitate conversations after the film

  • A kick-off call with our team to answer any questions you have and to help with best practices on planning your event

  • Marketing materials, high-res behind the scenes photos, film stills, and more to help promote your event

  • A listing of on our website's event page

Want to see the film before you buy? No problem, we would never want you to host a screening if you didn't love the film. Click here to watch the film now.

Shipping: U.S. Shipping 5-7 days: FREE, Express U.S. Shipping 1-2 days: $21.18, International Shipping 20-30 days: $15, Express International Shipping 3-5 days: $38.90

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BECOME A HOST

& Elevate Your company culture

 
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Cultivate a connection with your team

We always say the real magic of Dream, Girl is what happens after the film. Once your company hears the inspiring stories on screen, they feel emboldened to share their own experiences. Host a panel discussion after the film to dive into the topics or themes in the film that resonate most with you. We provide a 24-page post screening Q&A discussion guidebook to help facilitate conversations after the film.

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Create a space where women’s voices are the authority

Whether you’re crushing your 9 to 5 or climbing the corporate ladder, we don’t get a chance to revel in the stories and experiences of authentic, vulnerable, and ambitious women. From balancing family life, to talking about self-sabotage, to women supporting other women- we share 10 diverse stories with all the nuances of what it’s like to be a woman in business today.

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Men love the film

Dream, Girl gives men the unique opportunity to view the world through a woman’s perspective. They get to hear about the challenges, discrimination, and experiences women face in a one-hour documentary that’s upbeat and uplifting. We’ve had everyone from NASA engineers to Republican representatives gush over how inspiring these stories are. It’s a great way to bring the men and women in your company in conversation about what they can do to support and uplift one another.

Want to get on a call with our team to learn more?
Email: erin@dreamgirlfilm.com

 
 

 

strengthen

Your Company Culture

 
 Director Erin Bagwell at the NASA Langley Research Center on October 2, 2017. After an organization-wide screening of Dream, Girl and a Q&A about making the film, Erin met with the diversity leaders across ten different locations to facilitate conversations about inclusivity at NASA.

Director Erin Bagwell at the NASA Langley Research Center on October 2, 2017. After an organization-wide screening of Dream, Girl and a Q&A about making the film, Erin met with the diversity leaders across ten different locations to facilitate conversations about inclusivity at NASA.

Diversity and inclusivity are a big part of company culture, but sometimes it's awkward, embarrassing, or even painful to talk about.

Which is why our corporate screenings are so powerful.

Let the stories in Dream, Girl do the work for you. Listen to the women in the film share how it feels to be underestimated, discriminated against, and what it’s truly like to be a woman in business today.

Then after the film, use their stories as a catalyst to open up the conversation and learn about what your company can do to be a more inclusive and inspiring place to work. We provide a digital 24-page post-screening Q&A guidebook to facilitate those conversations after the film.

Don’t feel comfortable leading the conversation? Let our director Erin Bagwell help:

"For the last five years I've been immersed in the feminist community, traveled worldwide with the film, and spoken at NASA, TIME, and Golman Sach. My passion, inspiration, and joy come from having these uncomfortable conversations about gender. Why? Because I was sexually harassed at the last job I worked for before Dream, Girl. I never wants anyone to feel like the work they do doesn’t matter because of who they are, and am dedicated to making the workplace more inclusive for women and people of color." - Erin, director of Dream, Girl

 
 

 
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Working with Erin

"Our Professional Women’s Network wanted to host a meaningful and unique gathering, and we had the idea to have a Dream, Girl screening. The film is motivational, and it’s great to see such a diverse group of female entrepreneurs and role models in the film. The best part of the night was having Erin there for Q&A after the film. The audience had so many questions for Erin that we had to cut them off or we never would have gone home – that’s how engaging she was! Thank you, Erin, for making our event a night that will be remembered for years to come!"

— Angela M. Buck | Senior Manager, Ernst & Young LLP

Click here to learn more about working with our director, Erin Bagwell.

 

erin has previously spoken at:

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free screenings guidebook

Everything you need to know to plan your Dream, Girl screening.
Click here to download.

 

 

what women are saying about dream, girl

To celebrate Dream, Girl’s 1 year anniversary we asked fans what the film means to them.

Since the film's release in June 2016 the film has been hosted at over 250 screening events in over 40+ different countries. 

And we are just getting started. 

 

 
 

Dream, Girl Event FAQ:

 

What technology do I need to host an event?

When you purchase your screening license, we mail you a DVD or BluRay copy of Dream, Girl. The only technology you need to host your event is a DVD or BluRay player, a screen to show the film, and speakers to hear the audio.

 

Can I host multiple events with my screenings license?

Your purchase includes a one-time license for your screening which means you can host one event per license. If you are planning on showing the event more than once you can purchase multiple screening licenses.

 

Can I stream the film or host an online event?

You can not share the film online with your community. 

 

How long is the film?

62 minutes

 

Where can I host my event?

Our hosts have held events at movie theaters, yoga studios, conference rooms, and even in their living room. The venue is entirely up to you!

 

What is the best age group for Dream, Girl?

So far our biggest supporters have been women’s networking groups who want to share the film’s message with their community. However, we have had some amazing young ladies who have also deemed Dream, Girl their new favorite film. The best age group for Dream, Girl is anyone in grade 7 and up. The film follows five entrepreneurs at different stages of their careers, from a 84 year old on her third company to a 26 year old building her first start-up. Dream, Girl is meant to inspire the next generation of female leaders and empower today’s trailblazers to showcase the power of the female economy.

 

Can I make money on my event?

Dream, Girl does not take a percentage of ticket sales. We encourage you to charge for tickets or bring on sponsors to monetize your event.

 

What should I do after the screening?

We highly recommend holding a Q&A with local entrepreneurs from the area or bring in our director Erin Bagwell. When the lights go up at the end of the film your audience will want to connect, share, and feel seen so it's a great way to create the space to continue the conversation after the film. It's also a chance for you to plug your own work by leading the conversation with your community as the panel's moderator.

Our team has developed a 24-page Post Screening Q&A Guidebook with a list of questions that dig into the deeper aspects of the film. Whether it’s issues around self-care, paid maternity leave or personal experiences of feeling marginalized in the workplace, we encourage you to open up a dialogue after the film to engage the audience in the room.

 

Who else has hosted screenings?

Since Dream, Girl’s premiere, we’ve had events at the White House, NASA, Google, and Mailchimp but most of our screenings are hosted by women’s networking or entrepreneur groups. 

 

Is Dream, Girl a film men can identify with?

This may come as a surprise (or no surprise at all) but some of Dream, Girl’s biggest supporters are men. 

Dream, Girl is a film for women and men alike. If you are looking for an event to promote gender awareness in the workplace, or just looking to enlighten your favorite group of guys on what it’s like to build a business through our eyes Dream, Girl is a perfect film to spark a dialogue off the personal stories of our five main characters. After attending an event during our launch, Adrian Hopkins wrote all about what he learned from the documentary!

 

still have a question?

Email our team at erin@dreamgirlfilm.com