West Texas A&M University Enterprise Center Screening in Amarillo, Tx
Our Dream, Girl hosts are community-builders, influencers, mentors, and passionate about elevating and empowering women.

Bring your tribe together to create invaluable connections with your network and start important conversations about the power of the female economy.

When you host a Dream, Girl screening, you’re creating a space for your audience to see themselves as leaders, trailblazing the way for those women to follow their dreams.

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Dream, Girl Screening Stats:

Screenings Booked

Screenings Booked

We have booked 158 screenings globally.

Global Events

Global Events

Dream, Girl has screened in 19 states and 81 countries.

Viewed

Viewed

21,870 people have see the film.

Public Screening License: $595 $295 (March Special)

Celebrate the launch of our new web-series Your Moment of Ambition with a discount on our one-time screening license. Book the screening now, host the event when your tribe is ready! Offer ends at the end of March.
 

What You Need

We send a DVD copy of Dream, Girl for your event and the only technical requirement is a DVD player – that’s it! Many hosts choose to screen in a local movie theatre, but it’s not a requirement. Any public space you feel would best facilitate viewing the movie followed by discussion and networking is perfect for this type of screening. Our team is here to support you in the planning process but the size, structure and timing of your event is entirely up to you! Click Here to Book Your Screening >

What You Get
  • A Copy of Dream, Girl on DVD
  • Post-Screening Q&A Guide
  • Social Media & Marketing Collateral
  • Promotion of Your Event on the Dream, Girl Website
Monetize Your Event

Dream, Girl does not take a percentage of ticket sales so any revenue you generate is yours to keep. Ticket prices vary based on the size and cost of the event, but hosts typically charge anywhere between $5 – $20. You don’t need to charge for tickets but it can be a great way to keep track of the number of attendees. Additionally, people are typically more likely to show up for an event they’ve paid to attend.

 

 

 

Meet Our Team

We are a feminist film-making & distribution company.
Our goal is to create meaningful and impactful media
that promotes the authentic power, spirit, and grit of
women globally.

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You’re In Good Company:

The White House hosted a screening as part of the United State of Women in May 2016.

Twitter hosted 14 screenings globally, sparking conversations in their offices and across the web.

Dream, Girl premiered in June 9th, 2016 to a sold out audience of over 600 people at the Paris Theater in NYC.

 

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FREE Screenings Guidebook

Everything You Need to Plan Your Screening!

Our team has developed a comprehensive
blueprint to help you plan out your screening.


From finding a venue, to visualizing the day of your event,
we cover anything and everything
you need to know as a Dream, Girl host!

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See More Photos of Events!

From Australia to Atlanta, see photos
from our events around the world.

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Bring Our Director to Your Event!

Include a Q&A with Erin Bagwell the creator of Dream, Girl

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Dream, Girl Event FAQ:

  • What technology do I need to host an event?

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

 

  • How long is the film?

62 minutes

 

  • Where can I do it?

Our hosts have held events at movie theatres, conference centres, museums, in their company’s offices, and even in their living room. The venue is entirely up to you – the key is to find a space that will create the energy of how you want the event to feel for your audience.

 

  • 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 for events under 500 people. We encourage you to use your revenue however you see fit! The only thing we require from your event is a list of your attendees’ emails.

 

  • What should I do after the screening?

We highly recommend holding a Q&A with local entrepreneurs from the area. When the lights go up at the end of the film, we want to ensure our audience feels as though they have a space to continue the conversation.

Our team has developed a 24-page Discussion 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 entrepreneurs in the room.

 

  • Who else has hosted screenings?

Since Dream, Girl’s premiere, we’ve had events at the White House and Twitter but our favourite screenings have been hosted by women’s networking groups! One of our backers in New Zealand sold out her Dream, Girl event for her network. And back in NY, one of our hosts also held a large public event in Westchester at a local movie theatre.

 

  • 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!

 

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