PROGRAMS

QWOCMAP provides training, screening opportunities and resources free of charge to guarantee full access to our traditionally underserved community, particularly low-income and immigrant queer women of color.

Training Program

Since 2000, QWOCMAP's founder, award-winning filmmaker Madeleine Lim has conducted free workshops that demystify filmmaking to make it accessible as an art form and a tool for social change. Since 2003, QWOCMAP has fostered the creation of over 120 new personally poignant, socially relevant and politically insightful films, single-handedly increasing the number of films by and about queer women of color.
FILMMAKING TRAINING PROGRAM

Film Festivals

Our free annual Film Festival blends art and activism with community building, and is decisively different from traditional film festivals. In June 2003, our first free screening drew standing-room-only crowds. In 2005, our packed annual screenings expanded into the 1st Annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival. Current Queer Women of Color Film Festivals play to a full house every screening.
QUEER WOMEN OF COLOR FILM FESTIVALS

Distribution Program

We assist other film venues around the world by providing original QWOCMAP films. Our films have screened at film festivals in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, Boston, Pittsburgh, Washington D.C., Toronto, Vancouver, Costa Rica, Brazil, Germany, Britain, India, Thailand and the Philippines. We also curate screenings in collaboration with other arts, community and social justice organizations.
DISTRIBUTION - FILMS & PRESENTATIONS
CURRENT QWOCMAP SCREENINGS & PRESENTATIONS (on the home page)
PAST QWOCMAP SCREENINGS & PRESENTATIONS

QWOCMAP Productions

An arm of our Filmmaker Training Program, through our professional videography, production and editing services, QWOCMAP Productions will turn your vision into reality.
QWOCMAP PRODUCTIONS




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