Community Screening

Promote your screening

Click to download any of the Little Stones resources below.

Editable Press Release

Editable Event Flyer (8.5"x11"). We suggest you print this flyer on brightly colored paper using black ink.

Little Stones Press Kit, including synopsis, filmmaker and artist bios

High Resolution Stills from the documentary

Official Movie Poster

Event Postcards (5"x7"). We suggest you add a return address label to the lower right corner, printed with details specific to your event, including screening time and location.

Link to Official Trailer

Social Media Optimized Cards to help promote your event

Sample Social Media Copy to help promote your event

Host a meaningful event

Download the full Community Screening Resources, or the specific section you're interested in below.

Little Stones Full Community Screening Resources

Event Planning Checklist

Editable Film Screening Event Program
(8.5"x11", double sided)

Little Stones Community Discussion Guide


Little Stones Take Action! Resource Guide
Learn how to become a stone in the mosaic of the women's movement.

Graphic Design Workshop:
How Can Design Make People Think & Care?

Spoken Word Workshop:
How Can Poetry Make People Think & Care?



Little Stones deals with different forms of gender-based violence, and the content may be triggering to survivors and generally upsetting to others.

If you are hosting a community, campus, or classroom screening of the film, please make sure you have a plan in place to support survivors.

Here are a few ideas to get you started:

  1. Read and/or display the content warning at your event, which can be found in the Editable Event Program
  2. Invite a counselor or trained volunteer from a local resource center
  3. If a local organization cannot send a counselor or volunteer to your screening, they may be able to provide pamphlets which can be set out on tables at the event and mentioned in your trigger warning
  4. Print the GET HELP page of the Little Stones Take Action! Resource Guide, which has a few national resources for survivors


Thank you.

We are grateful to our partners and funders who made these free educational resources possible.

The Little Stones Educational resources were developed by the University of Michigan School of Education's Center for Education Design, Evaluation and Research (CEDER) in collaboration with the 501c3 non-profit organization Driftseed, which seeks to build a better world for women and girls through documentary storytelling.

Funding for the creation of these materials was provided by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, the University of Michigan Center for the Education of Women, and the Verizon Wireless HopeLine program.

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