These films center the lives and experiences of women -- from intimate personal revelation to fired-up political engagement.
Power and Control: Domestic Violence in America
One Woman's Desperate Journey; a Revolution at a Crossroads
The Double Burden: Three Generations of Working Mothers
Three families, three generations of mothers who work outside the home
Who Remembers Mama?
The plight of middle-aged women who lose their traditional roles as homemakers through divorce.
What happens when single women give up looking for Mr. Right and settle for Mr. Right's DNA?
Heart of The Sea; Kapolioka'ehukai
A portrait of Hawaiian surfer and breast cancer activist Rell Sunn.
One woman rebel soldier's revolution; from the jungles of Nepal to the halls of Parliament.
All Films About Women's Studies
Fireburn the Documentary
Vigilantes, heroines, or criminals? Find out what really happened during the bloody labor revolt of 1878 on the island of Saint Croix.
We Rise For Our Land
The film explores the complexities, repression, and criminalization of social movements fighting for land and ecological restitution in Eswatini (formally known as Swaziland), Mozambique, and Zambia.
My Dear Children
A woman’s quest to solve a family mystery reveals a forgotten humanitarian tragedy.
Soledad tells the story of a woman from Central America who fled gang violence to seek asylum in the U.S.
Suspended between life and death, a Mexican American mother explores uncertainty through dance.
Wrestling Ghosts is an intimate and heart-opening documentary about parenting, childhood trauma and healing.
The U Turn
Immigrant women and children transform their lives through courage to speak out, community solidarity and the U Visa.