Work With Us!
Femflix offers a number of opportunities to showcase your brand to our growing, engaged audience—whether it’s our weekly email newsletter or an exclusive native channel take-over, we can work with you to build a meaningful and authentic brand experience.
We're building a squad of national and international brands that sell female-focused products and services online. The mission of our selected partnerships is to promote female business owners and female-focused products and services through our video platform. Through the partnership, companies offer a one-time or recurring 10-20% discount to their product or service to our paid subscribers.
How to become a Femflix Partner?
We are always happy to chat about ways to work together to promote equality, diversity and great stories. Please don't hesitate to contact us!
It takes a village to raise a child, and we've been lucky to have an amazing collective of organisations that have championed Femflix as it has grown from an infant idea to a centralised repository of female stories.
The goals and objectives of Femflix aligns strongly with the below advocacy and screen industry partners to engage, educate, and influence content creators and audiences about the importance of eliminating unconscious bias, highlighting gender balance, challenging stereotypes, creating role models and scripting a wide variety of strong female characters in entertainment and media.
Women in Film & Television Australia (WIFT Australia) is a Not-For-Profit organisation dedicated to achieving gender equality in the Australian screen industry through research, advocacy, education and support for female-identifying screen industry practitioners. Learn more...
Film Fatales is a non profit which advocates for parity in the film industry and supports an inclusive community of hundreds of women and non-binary feature film and television directors nationwide. Each month, Film Fatales organizes panels and networking mixers where filmmakers can discuss their projects, share resources, and advance their careers. Film Fatales raises the visibility of marginalized directors and increases the talent pool for industry organizations, programmers and production companies looking to work with more underrepresented voices by recommending directors for jobs, grants, labs, screenings, and other opportunities. By expanding the landscape of storytelling, Film Fatales continues to bring exciting new films to the screen. Learn more...
Diversity in Australian Media
Diversity in Australian Media is an inclusive community that discusses representation in Australian film, TV, radio, theatre & arts. It was created in 2009 by Ana Tiwary. We are constantly learning and becoming more aware about cultural competency, intersectionality and inclusion of different cultures, races, gender, abilities, ages & LGBTQI voices. Learn more...
Bus Stop Films Inclusive Filmmaking
We EDUCATE, CREATE and ADVOCATE. Bus Stop makes films with, for and about people from diverse backgrounds and abilities. Our programs are taught by passionate filmmakers and industry experts to give our students a holistic filmmaking learning experience and offer students increased, social, literacy and work ready skills. Students who participate in our programs benefit from exclusive workshops, excursions, mentoring with industry professionals and the opportunity to work collaboratively on a film project. Learn more...
The Vixens are a collective of female screen producers working across all mediums in the Australian screen industry. Founded in 2015, the Vixens are a sister group to the global female directors network Film Fatales. With over 450 members and active chapters operating in Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide, Vixens foster collaboration, peer to peer mentoring and monthly networking in order to create and sustain strong working relationships in the screen industry. Learn more...
We are a vetted visibility platform for all women working above and below the line behind the camera, campaigning for gender equality across every department in the Entertainment Industry. Primetime was created following an Industry-led call-to-action during Time’s Up UK meetings to have an easily accessible list of professionals for Companies and Studios to look at their hiring practices. No longer can we accept the excuses: “There were no female applicants for the position” and “If you get more women applying for jobs then the percentages will rise” or our favourite, “Where are all the women?” Learn more...