Women's Studies


RAPE FOR WHO I AM
RAPE FOR WHO I AM

Women's Studies  LGBTQ  Human Sexuality  AIDS  African Studies  Directed by Women 

An intimate look at the lives of South Africa's black lesbians who were raped because of their sexuality but refuse to become victims. This insightful and moving film shatters all preconceptions of homosexuality in Africa.

TEEN MOTHERS
TEEN MOTHERS

Women's Studies  Latin-American Studies  Human Sexuality  Family Relations  Sociology  Cultural Studies  Children & Young Adult  Directed by Women 

A stark and honest look at the explosion of teen pregnancy in Brazil, this award-winning documentary follows four young girls, ages 13 to 15, through the course of their pregnancies and into the early days of motherhood.

GOLUB: LATE WORKS ARE THE CATASTROPHES
GOLUB: LATE WORKS ARE THE CATASTROPHES

Terrorism Studies  New York City  Kartemquin Films  Women's Studies  Sociology  Photography  Media Studies  Latin-American Studies  Jewish Studies  Criminal & Law  Art History  American Studies 

An acclaimed documentary on American artist Leon Golub, whose politically charged work calls attention to human rights violations and the abuse of power around the world.

A TALE OF TWO TEENS
A TALE OF TWO TEENS

Women's Studies  Human Sexuality  Health  Cultural Studies  Children & Young Adult  American Studies  AIDS  African Studies 

The AIDS pandemic in Africa as seen through the eyes of two young girls, an American and South African teenager, featuring the music of the Dave Matthews Band and U2.

PERIOD: THE END OF MENSTRUATION?
PERIOD: THE END OF MENSTRUATION?

Women's Studies  Human Sexuality  Health  Biology  Sociology  LGBTQ  Children & Young Adult  Directed by Women 

Seasonale. Depo-Provera. Lybrel. As pharmaceutical companies develop new drugs that allow women to stop their periods for months and years at a time, this film investigates the social, cultural and medical implications of this popular new trend.

BULLSHIT
BULLSHIT

Women's Studies  Latin-American Studies  Labor Studies  Environmental Studies  Economics  Biology  Asian Studies  Directed by Women 

Her opponents gave her the "Bullshit Award" for sustaining global poverty. Time magazine hailed her as one of the great heroes of our time. She is Vandana Shiva and this is a film about globalization, genetic engineering, bio-piracy, food and water.

A PYRAMID OF WOMEN
A PYRAMID OF WOMEN

Asian Studies  Women's Studies  Anthropology  Directed by Women 

A group of women in India are challenging male domination over a dangerous religious custom, where a human pyramid is formed to break decorated pots that hang several stories in the air.

GILLES' WIFE (narrative)
GILLES' WIFE (narrative)

Narrative Films  Women's Studies  Psychology & Psychiatry  Europe 

A haunting tale of love and betrayal in 1930's France from the director of An Affair of Love (Une Liaison Pornographique) and starring the extraordinary Emmanuelle Devos.

HIDE YOUR WORDS
HIDE YOUR WORDS

Women's Studies  Middle Eastern Studies  Children & Young Adult  Anthropology 

As they gather salt, two young girls talk about a fellow classmate, a 14-year-old girl who was forced to marry a 73-year-old man. An intimate look at the reality of arranged marriages in Iran.

THE ANGELMAKERS
THE ANGELMAKERS

Women's Studies  Alcohol & Drug Abuse  Aging / Gerontology  Eastern Europe  Death & Dying  Criminal & Law  Sociology  Psychology & Psychiatry  Directed by Women 

In a sleepy Hungarian village, after the First World War, a series of arsenic murders took place. Over 140 bodies were discovered. The victims, all men, were apparently killed by their wives.

MOVING FORWARD
MOVING FORWARD

Women's Studies  Latin-American Studies  Economics  Directed by Women 

Micro credit may just be a theory to some, but to three low-income women in Cali, Colombia, it has become a source of hope as they work hard to take the stigma out of poverty.

WOMEN OF COURAGE: a time for courage
WOMEN OF COURAGE: a time for courage

World History  Women's Studies  Sociology  Directed by Women 

Violet Milstead ferried powerful military aircraft, from single engine Spitfires to The Hurricane and Mosquito's. Denied the right to fly in the RCAF, Canadian pilot Milstead chose to volunteer for civilian service in Britainís Air Transport Auxiliary.

WOMEN OF COURAGE: showtime at the front
WOMEN OF COURAGE: showtime at the front

Women's Studies  World History  Sociology  Directed by Women 

Tells the story of the army show entertainers who faced the hazards of war to give the boys “A taste of home”.

WOMEN OF COURAGE: rescue from sumatra
WOMEN OF COURAGE: rescue from sumatra

Women's Studies  World History  Sociology  Directed by Women 

“One Woman Ordered – The Enemy Obeyed – 2000 Were Saved” – that’s how news reports at the end of The Second World War covered the remarkable story of Joan Bamford Fletcher.

WOMEN OF COURAGE: eyewitness to war
WOMEN OF COURAGE: eyewitness to war

Women's Studies  World History  Sociology  Directed by Women 

For five years Gladys Arnold watched and wrote of a war she knew was coming, but others denied. In 1935 she was a reporter in France, sure of two things:Her objectivity and pacifism.

WOMEN OF COURAGE: nurses on the battlefield
WOMEN OF COURAGE: nurses on the battlefield

Women's Studies  World History  Sociology  Directed by Women 

One operation every 15 minutes, 98 operation in less than 24 hours – These are gritty sometimes disturbing images of the reality of war.

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THE NAKED FEMINIST

Women's Studies  Human Sexuality  Sociology  Directed by Women 

Provocative, enlightening and revealing, The Naked Feminist challenges the myths surrounding women in the porn industry while exploring preconceived notions of control, pleasure and exploitation.

THE OTHER SIDE OF BURKA
THE OTHER SIDE OF BURKA

Women's Studies  Middle Eastern Studies  Islamic Studies  Sociology  Psychology & Psychiatry  Short Films 

An award-winning documentary about one of the most extreme examples of face-veiling in the Middle East.

AFTER THE BLACK BOOK
AFTER THE BLACK BOOK

Media Studies  Latin-American Studies  Women's Studies  Sociology  Health  Directed by Women 

In April of 1999, Chilean journalist Alejandra Matus wrote The Black Book of Chilean Justice, an exposé of the Chilean judicial system.

UNDER FIRE: Soviet Women Combat Veterans Of World War II
UNDER FIRE: Soviet Women Combat Veterans Of World War II

Women's Studies  Sociology  Russia  Europe  Eastern Europe  Directed by Women 

Under Fire captures powerful first-person accounts by five decorated Soviet women as they describe stepping into a manís world and fighting amid blood and death.

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