Want to Host a Screening?

At Your Cervix is being shown by colleges, universities, medical and nursing schools, and community groups around the country. By combining the film’s compelling and deeply emotional testimony with impactful resources and support, we are empowering medical students, patients, medical providers, and communities across the country to end nonconsensual and unethical pelvic exams on patients under anesthesia.

At Your Cervix is Making a Difference

As a partner, we’d like to collaborate with you as we release At Your Cervix to audiences across the country through our National Outreach Campaign. Our release is reaching several critical audiences to create massive impact and achieve our mission objectives through the following initiatives:

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Partnership with the American Medical Student Association (AMSA): include At Your Cervix (AYC) as part of the core curriculum of several nationwide programs for medical students who are studying reproductive justice, ethics, abortion and reproductive healthcare (started in April 2021).

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“Take the Pledge” student initiative: AYC and AMSA are partnering to assist medical and nursing students to write and take a pledge that they will not perform any examinations without first obtaining informed consent from their patients.

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The Legislative Agenda: At Your Cervix is working with community organizers and advocates to pass state laws banning non-consensual intimate exams nationwide.

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Storytelling and Healing: At Your Cervix is creating an online community to support patients and students who have experienced these egregious practices to tell their stories.

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At Your Cervix is a tool for racial and gender justice: pertaining to healthcare and racial and gender health disparities.

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Ethical Teaching: AYC promotes and expands high-quality Gynecological Teaching Associate programs.

Screening Options

Virtual Film Screening + Community Q&A (optional)

Virtual Screening of Film + Community Q&A

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Virtual screening of At Your Cervix on an interactive platform (Check out this sample virtual event!)

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Organize your own Q&A with panelists from your community (optional)

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Marketing materials with custom posters, flyers & press release templates

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Event will be available to your community for up to 10 days

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*Ask us about discounts for small/underfunded  CBOs/NGOs

Virtual Film Screening + Director Q&A

Virtual Screening  + Q&A with Film Director, A’magine + Toolkit 

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Virtual screening of At Your Cervix on an interactive platform (Event will be available to your community for up to 10 days)

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Virtual, one hour Q&A with director/producer A’magine + possibly other panelists from your Community

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Marketing materials with custom posters, flyers & press release templates

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Toolkit including tips for hosting an impactful event & post screening discussion

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Utilize as a fundraiser via sponsors, ticket sales & donations during your event

Optional Add on – guest speaker: Ari Silver-Isenstadt, MD

Unlimited In-Person Screening

Unlimited In-Person Screening License + Toolkit 

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Digital download of the film for unlimited use in-perpetuity

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Marketing materials with custom posters, flyers & press release templates

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Toolkit including tips for hosting an impactful event & post screening discussion

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Utilize as a fundraiser via sponsors, ticket sales & donations during event

Optional Add on – Virtual post screening discussion with Director/Producer A’magine (or Co-Producer Renée Bergan) 

In Person Event

In-Person Screening + Q&A with Director/Producer, A’magine + Toolkit 

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Digital download of the film for unlimited use in perpetuity

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Live, one hour Q&A with director/producer A’magine with possibility to add Ari Silver-Isenstadt, MD or other panelists from Community

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Toolkit & marketing materials of the Unlimited In-Person License listed above

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Utilize as a fundraiser via sponsors, ticket sales & donations during your event

These are the most typical screening scenarios we offer. If you have something else in mind, we’d love to work with you to create the best screening for your needs.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us at hello@atyourcervixmovie.com.

Thank you for your interest in partnering with At Your Cervix and fighting medical sexual assault.

Not sure about the details? Don’t worry!
We’ll provide more info and answer you questions when we receive your inquiry.

What People Are Saying

Jameela Jamil

“One of the most amazing documentaries I have ever seen. It was so informative. There are ties between abortion, the history of midwives vs. gynecology, so much understanding of patriarchy and gynecology in this. You really connected so many dots for me throughout the documentary where I could understand the history and see how we got here and that made me feel actually genuinely hopeful we can find our way out. It was amazing. I thank you for empowering us to take back our autonomy, and you are amazing.”

– Jameela Jamil, actress, activist, podcaster, and television host and judge 

The Reproductive Health Project of the American Medical Student Association

“At Your Cervix confronts a common and particularly egregious violation of patient bodily autonomy under the guise of medical education and training. This film makes a vitally important contribution to the much-needed exposure of rape culture in medicine, and holds the medical education system to account for perpetuating professional norms rooted in domination, control, and disregard for the universal human right of bodily integrity. We hope this film inspires medical educators and medical students everywhere to be the generation that declares, This stops with us!”

– The Reproductive Health Project of the American Medical Student Association

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Michael Walls

“This film is an excellent presentation of the harm to both patients and physicians caused by non consensual pelvic exams performed purely for educational purposes. It provides concrete, trauma-informed strategies for programs and students to ensure patient safety without compromising education.”

– Michael Walls, DO, MPH President, American Medical Student Association

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