A FAIR TO REMEMBER was Phil Allen’s favorite film. He loved eating the corny dogs when we were filming. He loved picking up the Lone Star Emmy. We dedicate The North Texas PBS showings this and next month to Phil- who edited and was the co-producer.

NorthTX Giving Day Sept 1 -21st

Media Projects joins other non-profits in this community days of Giving. We so appreciate our current supporters and look forward to welcoming new ones.  Join us in making a difference with film. Please DONATE at


This year was a big success. We so appreciate everyone’s past and present support. We believe our films do make a difference. On #NTXgivingDay we had a powerful event at UTD with IN HER SHOES. Our films continue to touch people’s lives with searing social issues. You are our partners in making a difference with […]

UTD -IHS Virtual and Live Event – During #NTXGivingDay

The fall 2022 Gender Studies lecture is a virtual screening In Her Shoes  9/18-9/23rd and an in-person panel discussion about the film on #NTXGivingDay, Thursday 22, September from 5:30 – 7 p.m. in McDermott Library, room 2.404 (MC 2.404), the CTL seminar room. PANELISTS:•Dr. Erin Smith (moderator) is Professor of American Studies and Associate Director of the Gender […]


Sponsored by the Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute, Human Rights Program, and Women’s and the Gender Studies Program will be screening IN HER SHOES on Sunday , March 27th between 2 and 5 pm. at McCord Auditorium, 3225 University Boulevard , Dallas TX 75205 

Columbia University Screens IN HER SHOES

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY’S 20TH ANNUAL Social Enterprise Conference, Capital for Good screens IN HER SHOES November 19-21st. Viewers are urged to question the punitive prison system and think about the effects on people incarcerated.

Tufts & BU Screen IHS

We are excited about the upcoming screening of our film with a meaningful discussion after the showing.

Welcome to Our Neighborhood

 Tells the story of the impact of development over the past 10 years in a Dallas neighborhood. Its story can be repeated in other cities both in Dallas and around the country.