MP Films EarthX
We are producing all the marketing videos for EarthX 2019 -April 26-28. Celebrate and learn about our Earth with exciting workshops, panels, demonstrations. Tiny Houses, Bees, Food, Kids Programs and FUN.
Thank You To The Snyder Foundation for their Match Grant of $10,000
IN HER SHOES captures the poignant stories of female inmates who reflect on their lives through their shoes in Sandra Lara’s art class. They look at where they’ve been, where they are and where they are going and in what … Continue reading
Celebrate Women’s History Month
Relive women’s history with film. In DREAMS OF EQUALITY, go back to 1848 and attend the first Women’s Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, New York. Hear the voices of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Frederick Douglas. Check out SISTERS OF ’77 … Continue reading
Thank You For Believing In Our Work
Support 40 + Years of Filmmaking
Please consider Media Projects, Inc. in your year-end donations. We are finishing two projects. In HER SHOES & THE BATTLE FOR OUR NEIGHBORHOOD. Thank you for 40 years of support. Please donate at www.mediaprojects.org/donate.
Have Fun After the Fair with A FAIR TO REMEMBER
If you didn’t get to the State Fair of Texas and still want to have fun. Purchase A FAIR TO REMEMBER for $25 plus shipping. Share memories, stories and laughter with your family. And just think you have saved money and … Continue reading
Thank You for Your Support
This was the sixth year we have participated in#NTXGivingDay – a huge community fundraiser. All donations over $25 receive bonus money. We worked all summer on our campaign. Big thank you’s go to our marketing consultant Shweta Singh, our terrific … Continue reading
SUMMER 2018 COOLING IN THE EDITING ROOM
The trailer for the KIZELL project is complete and being circulated to potential outlets. Allen is going through hours and hours of THE HENDERSON AVENUE film. And with a big neighborhood fight looming…the film is still being shot. SOLE SISTERS … Continue reading
Celebrate Women’s History Month with Film
Go back in time and attend the first Women’s Rights Convention in 1848 in Seneca, Falls, New York. Hear the voices of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Frederick Douglas.
SISTERS of ’77 Starts celebrating the 40th
Cynthia spoke to a group of National Endowment for the Humanities’ scholars studying the National Women’s Political Conference that took place 40 years ago November 17. Sisters of ’77 will be featured at a commemorative event at the University of … Continue reading