“An unflinching study of a complex situation, showing gray areas where often only black and white are seen.”

Peter Keough | Boston Globe

Women in Blue is now available for rentals and sales to:

  • Universities
  • Four-year Colleges
  • High schools
  • Community colleges
  • Non-Profit / Community Groups
  • For-Profit / Corporation

For more details about buying or renting the film contact [email protected]

“This powerful documentary follows some of the Minneapolis Police Department’s “women in blue” as they patrol streets, make traffic stops, interact with a woman after a non-fatal suicide attempt, and serve on committees that work against domestic abuse and sex trafficking…This program raises questions about the role of the police in society, the need to address the underlying causes of crime, and the challenges women face in law enforcement.”

Candace Smith | Booklist Online


How can I have a screening of WOMEN IN BLUE?

In order to screen a film at an educational institution, public performance rights (PPR) must be secured. PPR permits screenings in a classroom or library when no admission is charged. Those rights can be purchased for a limited time (14 days) or permanently (perpetual streaming or DVD). There are different prices for internal screenings (for use in a class) or public screenings (open to the general public).


How can I secure public performance rights for WOMEN IN BLUE?

The filmmakers are working with GOOD DOCS – to handle rentals and sales to educational institutions. You can learn more details at https://gooddocs.net


Can I buy a DVD for educational distribution? Yes. Go to http://gooddocs.net/women-in-blue


How much does an educational copy cost?

Visit http://gooddocs.net/women-in-blue for pricing.


Does GOOD DOCS accept Purchase Orders (PO)?

Yes. You can fill out the form here or please contact [email protected] for more information about Purchase Orders (PO).