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Eye-opening, informative, and provoking documentary films are the educational powerhouse behind Women’s Voices Now. Documentary films have the power to transform audiences into activists because they not only provide facts but tell a storied landscape of our shared reality. Our documentary films tackle diverse issues facing women from all over the world, including but not limited to China, Brazil, Jordan, Tibet, Afghanistan, Rwanda, India, and the United States.
Deeyah Khan, UK
This documentary chronicles the brutal honor killing of Banaz Mahmod, a young British Kurdish woman in London, killed by her own family. This criminal justice story shares Banaz's words and the police efforts that finally brought her killers to justice.
Ishani K. Dutta, India
Womb on Rent follows a woman’s roller coaster of emotions at the heart of an economized medical procedure, surrogacy. The story begins when the impoverished but spirited mother of three decides to rent her womb for income.
Leila Jarman, Jordan
Voice of the Valley tells the story of Asma and Munira, who produce and broadcast a groundbreaking socio-political radio program from Amman on the issues plaguing the Jordan Valley, an impoverished, religious and tribal agricultural hub –and their home.
A film by Malek Shafi’i and Diana Saqeb (Afghanistan/2013/59:12). In 2009, the Afghan Parliament approved Shia Family Law, which was then signed by President Karzai. The law severely restricted women’s freedom, making it illegal for them to exit the house...