Post Tagged with: "documentary"

‘Unfractured’ Docu Follows An Activist & Mother Fighting In A Major Environmental War

‘Unfractured’ Docu Follows An Activist & Mother Fighting In A Major Environmental War

If you are at all concerned about the future of our environment, especially if you live in the United States, you need to see the award-winning documentary ‘Unfractured’, from director […]

November 15, 2017 ×
FEMINIST FRIDAY: A Feature Documentary & A Web Series Celebrating Queer Women Of Color

FEMINIST FRIDAY: A Feature Documentary & A Web Series Celebrating Queer Women Of Color

Welcome to another edition of Feminist Friday! That time of the week where we get to share a handful of our favorite videos we are currently digging, especially because they […]

October 27, 2017 ×
American’s Largest Documentary Festival Puts The Spotlight On Female Filmmakers & Directors

American’s Largest Documentary Festival Puts The Spotlight On Female Filmmakers & Directors

There has never been a more important time to amplify the voices of female filmmakers, directors and storytellers, than now. Sure, we’ve been actively promoting women’s voices in film for […]

October 25, 2017 ×
FEMINIST FRIDAY: Young WOC In Leadership In ‘Step’ Docu & Dove Teams Up With Shonda Rhimes

FEMINIST FRIDAY: Young WOC In Leadership In ‘Step’ Docu & Dove Teams Up With Shonda Rhimes

Welcome to another edition of Feminist Friday, our weekly column where we share a handful of our favorite videos of the moment! This week, we’re focusing on intersectionality and women […]

August 4, 2017 ×
Femmes To The Front In Documentary Short “We’re Here, We’re Present: Women In Punk”

Femmes To The Front In Documentary Short “We’re Here, We’re Present: Women In Punk”

Music has always been at the forefront of cultural change and helping to shape the identity of entire generations. One genre that has undoubtedly stood out from the rest is […]

July 17, 2017 ×
When We Stop Seeing Feminine Qualities As “Weak” & Masculine As “Strong”, We’ll All We Better Off

When We Stop Seeing Feminine Qualities As “Weak” & Masculine As “Strong”, We’ll All We Better Off

By Loris Simon Salum When I was 19 years old, my mother asked me to join her in a women’s retreat from the Marion Woodman Foundation in a magical place […]

May 23, 2017 ×
What Started As A Film About Her Mom Became A Docu About The Lack Of Women In The Culinary World

What Started As A Film About Her Mom Became A Docu About The Lack Of Women In The Culinary World

In a world where everyone is a foodie thanks to awesome Instagram filters, and our digital streaming platforms are filled to the brim with highly-produced food documentary series’, this film […]

April 20, 2017 ×
FEMINIST FRIDAY: Female Superhero Merch, The Shins’ New Music, & A Transgender Comedian

FEMINIST FRIDAY: Female Superhero Merch, The Shins’ New Music, & A Transgender Comedian

It’s Fri-yay which means it’s time for another Feminist Friday end-of-week wrap up! It’s our favorite way to kick off the weekend because we get to share some of the […]

February 10, 2017 ×
Academy Award-Nominated Director Jessica Sanders On The Holocaust, Racism, & Steve Jobs

Academy Award-Nominated Director Jessica Sanders On The Holocaust, Racism, & Steve Jobs

We’ve reached a tipping point across America and indeed the world where tensions around race an identity are at an all-time high. During this current US presidential cycle, the issue […]

July 29, 2016 ×
Documentary ‘Street Heroines’ Sharing Untold Stories Of Female Graffiti Artists Around The World

Documentary ‘Street Heroines’ Sharing Untold Stories Of Female Graffiti Artists Around The World

When you think of world-famous street artists, do names like Banksy or Shepard Fairey immediately come to mind? These two men have certainly had their fair share of media coverage […]

July 27, 2016 ×
LA-Based Non-Profit Bringing The Healing Power Of Dance To Sex Trafficking Victims Around The World

LA-Based Non-Profit Bringing The Healing Power Of Dance To Sex Trafficking Victims Around The World

From the time it took you to read this sentence, a young girl vanished from her home. She could have been your sister, a niece, or a daughter. Yet, she […]

June 23, 2016 ×
Feminism, Poetry & Disruption All Woven Together In Una Lorenzen’s Docu ‘YARN’

Feminism, Poetry & Disruption All Woven Together In Una Lorenzen’s Docu ‘YARN’

Let’s get one thing straight, this is NOT a film about your grandmother’s knitting circle! In fact, director Una Lorenzen’s ‘YARN’, which opens in New York June 24 and Los […]

June 22, 2016 ×
‘Supergirl’ Docu Follows The Story Of An Orthodox Jewish Girl Who Set A World Record In Powerlifting

‘Supergirl’ Docu Follows The Story Of An Orthodox Jewish Girl Who Set A World Record In Powerlifting

If there was a dictionary definition of the word “supergirl, 11 year old Naomi Kutin would be it. The forthcoming feature-length documentary ‘Supergirl’ tells the coming-of-age story of this wonder […]

March 17, 2016 ×
‘No Mas Bebes’, The Must-See Docu About The Forced Sterilization Of Latina Women In California

‘No Mas Bebes’, The Must-See Docu About The Forced Sterilization Of Latina Women In California

There is an important battle for women’s reproductive justice happening right now across America. The forced closure of safe and regular abortion clinics, lack of access to vital family planning […]

February 18, 2016 ×
Charli XCX Interviews Female Musicians For A BBC Documentary About Feminism

Charli XCX Interviews Female Musicians For A BBC Documentary About Feminism

You’re already familiar with her badass vocals on tracks like Iggy Azalea’s ‘Fancy’, and her own summer smash anthem ‘I Love It’. British singer Charli XCX is a force to […]

December 8, 2015 ×