Bay Area grantmakers, please join us in San Francisco on June 18th for an inspiring evening that promises to transform the way you think about the power of narratives, filmmaking, and social change!

Co-presented by Working Films and the Perspective Fund, this event is an opportunity to dive into approaches for leveraging storytelling to build power and advance social and environmental justice. Working Films will share case studies from 24 years of leadership in media impact work. We’ll focus on:

1) Narrative shift strategies that balance a powerful vision for the future with immediate responses to pressing social and environmental justice crises.

2) Non-extractive filmmaking and cultural organizing practices.

3) Ceding decision making power to directly impacted people in programmatic and funding decisions.

RSVP and join us Tuesday, June 18th at 5:30pm for this free event. We’ll enjoy food, drinks, and conversation at a beautiful space near Golden Gate Park. Exact location provided upon RSVP.

Whether you’re a seasoned professional in the film for change sector, a funder of cultural organizing, or someone newly interested in these fields, you’ll leave with fresh insights, innovative strategies, and a broader perspective on funding practices.

RSVP today, and please share any dietary or accessibility needs. For further information please contact Director of Learning and Development Anna Lee