March 7 – 12, 2024
Our 25th Anniversary Film Festival, Reel Equals, will be open for ticket sales December 1st! We will be offering our annual new films from around the world, plus some of our Greatest Hits from the past 25 years – you won’t want to miss them!
Join us for in-person showings Friday night at the Morganroth Auditorium, Larry R. Thompson Academic Center on the Ringling College main campus, and Saturday and Sunday at the SHS Alumni Auditorium at Sarasota Art Museum.
For 24 years TWE Film Festival has shared fresh voices and underrepresented perspectives with theater and online audiences. We are known for presenting a carefully curated selection of shorts and feature films from all over the world. In addition to our great film offerings, we created the Film Festival to inform viewers about media misrepresentation, helping to spread the word and bring about change.
6:00 pm Eastern
2nd Wednesday of every month
Our Curious Feminist Social Club offers an informal drop-in beginning at 6:00 pm on the second Wednesday of every month in downtown Sarasota. Come together to meet other like-minded people, inspire and mentor each other, and have fun. All are welcome.
2:30-4:00 pm EST – 2nd Monday of every month
6:00–8:00 PM EST – 4th Tuesday of Every Month
Zoom Or in-person
For more than 20 years members of our monthly Book Club have gathered and read books by women authors from around the world. We come together to discuss and learn and share each other’s company as we explore personal narratives about different countries.
As part of our commitment to environmental awareness, we help make Sarasota County more beautiful through road clean-ups. Four times a year our volunteer members discover the most unusual trash on “our” road! Plus, twice a year the students of New Gate Montessori IB school join us! Come on out – it IS fun!
We use our platform to spread the word about the real causes of GBV and suggest what can be done to help. See, for example, our articles in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune in 2021 (“Let’s Take Action Against Intimate Partner Violence”) and 2020 (“To Combat Violence Against Women, Walk the Talk and Sweat the Small Stuff.”)