#StayHomeWatchTogether is the timely new initiative from a dedicated group of impact producers, distributors & filmmakers. Launched on April 14th and running through April 30th, the #StayHomeWatchTogether programme will be open to viewers across the globe with a schedule of daily screenings and online activities, such as Q&As and panels with film directors and producers. As COVID-19 has disproportionately affected the plans of many film projects, this programme aims to highlight global issues and connect viewers to powerful works in a safe, interactive way, raising the profile of these titles and tapping into the power of the digital community.
The Series was kicked off last night with the Academy-Award nominated THE NIGHTCRAWLERS, followed by a fantastic indepth Q&A with Director Alexander A. Mora and Impact Producer, Mariana Ribeiro, moderated by Lisa-Marie Russo of DocSociety.
Missed the live Q&A? You can watch the discussion back here.
#StayHomeWatchTogether is redefining lockdown. By offering a thrilling, varied list of films, it presents an opportunity for audiences to truly open their eyes to the world around them. From Academy Awards nominees to hidden treasures, #SHWT has something for EVERYONE.
April 14th // The Nightcrawlers – Alexander A. Mora
April 15th // The Perfect Candidate – Haifaa Al Mansour
April 16th // UNLADYLIKE2020 – Charlotte Mangin, Sandy Rattley
April 17th // Evelyn – Orlando von Einsiedel
April 18th // The Rescue List – Alyssa Fedele, Zachary Fink
April 19th // All The Time In The World – Suzanne Crocker
April 20th // COOKED: Survival By Zip Code – Judith Helfand
April 21st // The Letter – Christopher King, Maia Lekow
April 22nd // Water Warriors – Michael Premo
April 23rd // DOSED – Tyler Chandler
April 24th // For Sama – Waad al-Kateab
April 25th // The Mindfulness Movement – Robert Beemer
April 26th // Activized – Eric Stange
April 27th // Your Turn – Eliza Capai
April 28th // Cine São Paulo – Felipe Tomazelli, Ricardo Martensen
April 29th //The Edge of Democracy – Petra Costa
April 30th // Enough With Catcalling – Amanda Lemos
This is a collaborative project, run on a volunteer basis – in order to spread awareness and encourage all those working in the film industry to shine a light on film impact campaigns affected by COVID.