The MUFF Society (Monthly Underground Female Film Society) is a feminist community that aims to celebrate the achievements of women—both on and off screen—in film and television.
Branding and logo by Erikson Melton.
See this iconic documentary on the big screen at Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema!
We’re giving away tickets to the Handmaid’s Tale event at Curious Minds Weekend!
Don’t miss the second annual Pendance film festival this weekend!
Films to look out for at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival.
We’re giving away tickets to the upcoming Curious Minds Leading Ladies course from Hot Docs Cinema!
Don’t miss the 7th annual Human Rights Film Festival!
All through June experience exhibitions and films from Ryerson’s MFA Documentary Media program.
A look back at all of our screenings.
Read on for a super important future-of-MUFF announcement!
We're co-presenting again with Goethe Institut for their Margarethe & Barbara programme!
We're finishing up 2017 with a bang!
We're very exciting about our next Reel Girl Talk!
Do you know Ida Lupino? You should!
We've got a great summer lineup this year!
The MUFF Society is gettin’ a little trashy next month… by co-presenting the Judy Blume/Beverly Cleary Night with Toronto’s very own Trash Palace!
The Toronto Silent Film Festival is around the corner and we've got your chance to win some tickets!
Our spring line-up is here! We've got it all: award-winning documentaries, stoner comedies, and mental health dramas.
Our winter program is here!
Announcing our brand new documentary series!
Toronto After Dark is just around the corner and we have an exciting announcement!
Some thoughts after a troubling incident at the launch of Reel Girl Talk, our panel series.
These radical ladies will be joining us for a post-movie panel about equity in the workplace!
Hold on to your savings, because we’re co-presenting Goethe Films’ fHEISTy Women Robbing Banks!
Exciting fall announcements for MUFF TO!
As the subject would suggest, MUFF San Francisco is back!
MUFF is teaming up with Christie Pits Film Festival not once, but TWICE this summer!
We've got the BEST SUMMER SCHEDULE EVER.
We’re co-presenting Toronto Silent Film Festival’s opening night film!
MUFF is bringing you a DOUBLE DOSE of celebrations for Women In Horror Month!
We wanted our SPRING lineup to be epic because spring is super epic, ya know?
Sit down and let me tell you a story.
Win tickets to the Toronto Silent Film Festival's screening of THE SENSATION SEEKERS!
Win tickets to a screening of Molly McGlynn's MARY GOES ROUND!
Enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the opening weekend of Ingrid Veninger's Porcupine Lake!
We're giving away tickets to the world premiere of Blood Child, the feature film debut from filmmaker Jennifer Phillips!
Enter our contest for a chance to win tickets to The Prison in Twelve Landscapes and Mermaids!
Win tix to the first annual Lights Dance Festival!
Enter for a chance to win tickets to two events discussing mental health: Reel Girl Talk: Girl Interrupted and Titicut Follies.
Our farewell screening was totally magical!
Our short film night with Black Women Film! Canada was a huge success!
Our Practical Magic screening was just that: magical!
It was that world series kind of stuff.
On July 12th, 2017 HER-STORY presented The Prison in 12 Landscapes (dir. Brett Story, 2016) at Imagine Carlton Cinema.
Sally Menke, a beautiful short film, beating up Kurt Russell—AKA the perfect evening!
We could not be happier with the conversations this started about mental health and wellness, particularly when it comes to women.
The only thing that can make a MUFFxTO event better are adorable cookies! Which we had!
Our second screening was a hit!
Dear all who came to our *bonus* Reel Girl Talk event honouring Dear White People and black women creatives, THANK YOU!
After our Buffy event, all we want to is graduate from high school, go to Europe, marry Christian Slater, and die.
Our screening of Girlfight was a real knockout!
We rocked out but didn't put out at our LAGTFS screening!
Our first HER-STORY was such a great success!
Welcome to the most incredibly late recap eveeeerrrr!
Our first ever Reel Girl Talk was a huge success!
Now I know you all have been champing at the bit for another installation of my stunning and witty series of blog recaps.
It will forever baffle my brain that action movies can be deemed "boy" movies.
It’s Pride month, everybody!
WHEN HARRY MET SALLY IS ONE OF THE BEST MOVIES OF ALL TIME!
If you know anything about me personally you'll know that half of my life and work is dedicated to horror movies.
I feel like in my life I have probably seen Bring It On somewhere around 90,000 times.
So, in case you haven't heard, February is Women in Horror month.
Oh, hey, it's me again, Richelle.
The MUFF Society NYC cheered along our sixth screening at Videology!
This past November 18th was our presentation of Penelope Spheeris' cinematic masterpiece Wayne's World.
The night before Ginger Snaps I didn't sleep a wink due to some serious, heavy-duty excitement.
You guys. Our Drop Dead Gorgeous screening was amazing.
Our Whip It screening was epic.