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Film Bar Screenings
Friday November 30th 7PM + 9PM SOLD OUT
Monday December 3rd 5:30PM
Tuesday December 4th 7:30PM
Thursday December 6th 7:30PM SOLD OUT

The Loft Cinema Screening
Thursday January 17th, 2019

The Indie Film Fest - February 1st - SOLD OUT

ACLU Centennial Celebration at Phoenix Civic Space Park
Sunday March 17th 11:00AM Community Screening + Discussion

April 25th 7:30PM Private Screening Invite Only at CAA hosted by Femes and Friends Film School.

June 25th 6: 30PM - SOLD OUT

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The World Premiere of "You Racist, Sexist, Bigot." a documentary to raise consciousness was held at our favorite vintage downtown Phoenix movie theater, Film Bar Phoenix on Friday night, November 30th with two "SOLD OUT" showings both including a special Q&A with our Directors Pita Juarez and Matty Steinkamp. The event was a Mango Skies Premiere event that included a red carpet, catering from Green Vegetarian Restaurant in Phoenix and 24 Carrots from Tempe, music provided by David Maroney, photo booth with Katie Ann, and a meet and greet with our filmmakers. With more than 330 tickets sold at our opening theater and more than 250 students at Universities in our home state having seen the film, we are excited and inspirred that our film is reaching more inclusive hearts with each screaning. Thank you all for coming out and making our World Premiere such a loving success.


We set out to make a film to raise consciousness with over 25 individuals telling their stories, hoping to reach more inclusive hearts and bring our communities together. In early 2017 our team began production capturing moments in time that will last forever. Moments of struggle, diversity, and community. We raised just over $15,000 to help complete our film and get us on our way in submitting to film festivals and purchasing our professional screening DCP. We paid the best musicians in town to help us record our original soundtrack as well it was professionally mixed and mastered by a Grammy nominated producer. With now over 1,000 film festival viewers having seen our film and showered us with love including our international debut in Beirut, Lebanon at the Lebanese Independent Film Festival in July and our Sold out opening at Phoenix Film Festival this spring our award winning film is ready to open in theaters around the world.

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We have received 10 Official Selections with our film to date We were awarded Winner at the Aphrodite Film Awards in New York for "Best Documentary Feature" July 2018. In September we were Winners at the Oil Valley Film Festival for "Best Picture" and "Best Director." From our sold out debuts in Phoenix and Atlanta our film is making a positive impact on the communities across the US. Our International debut in Beirut, Lebanon capped off the 2018 summer where we were nominated for "Best Foreign Feature Documentary". In 2019 our film was screened in front of a sold out crowd at The Indie Films Fest in Phoenix, AZ.

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How do we reach more people? How can we get this film out to a larger audience? How soon can we start healing the wounds of hate and start heading towards a more inclusive society?


Every dollar is going to help our film reach more inclusive hearts through college campus screenings, to more film festival submissions, and to build our premieres to every city in the country. Our goal is to have 50 theatrical screenings as well as 50 campus screenings in the next two years. We need your help, if you can help bring our film to a theater or a college campus or a film festival please contact us directly at Together we can be the positive change.


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