Miss Lil's Camp was distributed nationally to Public Broadcasting Stations (PBS) through the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA), with WXEL West Palm Beach as its presenting location.
Various PBS Stations around the country were able to decide if they wanted to broadcast Miss Lil's Camp. Each PBS station had three years to broadcast Miss Lil's Camp 4 times.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to the SunScreen Film Festival during March 19-22, 2008. The SunScreen Film Festival was presented by The St. Petersburg/Clearwater Film Society in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Miss Lil's Camp was screened on Saturday, March 22nd, at 2:45 pm in the Majestic Ballroom at The Vinoy Resort in St. Petersburg.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to screen at the Oxford Film Festival at 2 pm on Friday, February 8th, 2008. The 5th Oxford Film Festival was held February 7-10, 2008, in Oxford, Mississippi, with events in and around the University of Mississippi.
The Oxford Film Festival partnered with the Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies on the Ole Miss campus. Miss Lil's Camp was recommended to screen as part of a special lunchtime "brown bag" discussion on Monday, February 11th, at Noon.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to screen at the Baltimore Women's Film Festival on Sunday, October 14th, at 11 am. The screening was hosted at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
The Baltimore Women's Film Festival was a unique event on October 13th and 14th, 2007. The film festival featured indie films, art, and music.
Miss Lil's Camp and Suzanne Niedland were invited to screen as a part of the Emerging Cinemas program at the Lake Worth Playhouse on May 16th at 8 pm.
Miss Lil's Camp and Suzanne Niedland were invited to screen at the Girls for Change Film Festival at The University of Memphis in Tennessee as part of celebrations of Women's Month. The festival was held at the Mitchell Hall Auditorium from 10:00 am-4:30 pm on Saturday, March 24, 2007.
Through Girls for Change, Memphis girls ages 13-17 were encouraged and supported to "take charge and make change." They learned to identify and articulate problems, conduct and utilize research, and organize with others to take action on issues they believed in.
The festival was free and open to the public. The event was sponsored by the University of Memphis Public Service Funds, the Memphis Area Women's Council, the Center for Research on Women, and the Women's Studies Program.
Miss Lil's Camp was selected for screening at the 30th annual Atlanta Film Festival. The festival ran from June 9th through June 17th, 2006. Miss Lil's Camp was shown Monday, June 12th, and Thursday, June 15th, at 9:30 pm at the Cinefest Theatre in the Student Centre at Georgia State University. Suzanne Niedland attended both screenings, and cast member attended the June 15th screening.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to screen at the Wonder of Women Film Festival, hosted by the National Council of Jewish Women. This one-day film festival celebrates films that highlight all women's courage, potential, and spirit. The festival was held on Sunday, November 13th, 2005, from 10 am to 5 pm at Cadwell College Alumni Hall Theatre.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to screen at the Big Bear Lake International Film Festival in Big Bear Lake, California. The festival ran from September 16th through September 18th, 2005.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to screen at the GirlFest Hawaii Film Festival in Honolulu, Hawaii, at noon on September 7, 2005, in Varsity Theatre. The festival ran from September 3 through September 11, 2005.
The festival aims to change peer culture to prevent increasing violence against women and girls through education, art, and positive representations of women.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to screen at the Jacksonville Film Festival in Jacksonville, Florida, at the Ritz Theatre on Sunday, May 22nd, at 11:30 am. The festival ran from May 19th through May 22nd, 2005.
Lillian Smith's books Strange Fruit and Killers of the Dream and How Am I to be Heard?: The Letters of Lillian Smith by Rose Gladney were available immediately following a Q&A. Rose Gladney, who wrote the introduction to Killers of the Dream, was available to sign books.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to screen at the Palm Beach International Film Festival in Palm Beach County, Florida. The festival ran from April 14th through April 21st, 2005. Miss Lil's Camp screening was held at the Muvico Parisian 20 at CityPlace, West Palm Beach, Friday, April 15th, at 4:15 pm and Monday, April 18th, at 2:00 pm.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to screen at the 2nd Annual Artivist Film Festival & Artivist Awards at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, California. The Festival ran from April 19th through April 24th, 2005. Miss Lil's Camp was screened on Sunday, April 24th at 12:00 pm at the Egyptian Theatre.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to screen at the 6th Annual Women's International Video Film Festival on April 15th, at 5:45 pm at the Players Theatre in Sarasota, Florida. UNIFEM's Gulf Coast Chapter hosted the festival.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to screen at the 4th Annual Ashland Independent Film Festival in Ashland, Oregon. There were three screenings at the Varsity Theatre: March 31st at 3:30 pm, April 1st at 12:40 pm, and April 3rd at 6:40 pm. The festival ran from March 31st through April 4th, 2005.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to screen at the 8th Annual East Lansing Film Festival in East Lansing, Michigan, on Saturday, April 2 nd at 1:30pm. The festival ran from March 30th - April 3rd, 2005.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to screen in competition at the International Student Film Festival Hollywood in the El Portal Theatre on November 3rd, 2005, at 2:30 pm.
Miss Lil's Camp was invited to screen at the Lillian Smith Book Awards, sponsored by the Georgia Humanities Council. The program took place on Saturday, October 23rd, 2005, at The University of Georgia's Student Learning Center. The event was hosted by The University of Georgia Libraries in conjunction with The Southern Regional Council.
Miss Lil's Camp was screened on Sunday, October 24th, 2004, at 2 pm by Georgia State University in the Speakers Auditorium. The Georgia Humanities Council sponsored the program, the Women's Studies Institute at Georgia State University, and The Office of Student Life and Leadership/Intercultural Relations at Georgia State University.
Miss Lil's Camp
Miss Lil's Camp was produced in conjunction with
The Documentary Institute at The College of Journalism and Communications at The University of Florida