The WVN Fiscal Sponsorship Program offers filmmakers producing films that align with our mission the benefit of our focused experience and reputation in the field. Film projects fiscally sponsored by Women's Voices Now give contributors the incentive of a charitable deduction for income-tax purposes, a service individual filmmakers could not otherwise offer. Learn more about these films below.

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  • Welcome Home

    Welcome Home follows three generations of homeless females as they attempt to survive on the streets of Mumbai with only the sky as their roof. The short documentary will be directed by Anuradha Singh (editor/associate producer of the critically acclaimed India’s Daughter).

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  • The Black Suffragist: Trailblazers of Social Justice

    The Black Suffragist: Trailblazers of Social Justice, a film by Jennifer Rolle explores the contribution of African-American women within the suffrage movement. Rooted in the anti-slavery movement, women's suffrage began officially in 1848 at the New York Seneca Falls Convention. Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, active abolitionists, led the charge for public awareness of a woman's right to vote.


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  • Daughters of Abdul-Rahman

    Daughters of Abdul-Rahman is a universal family drama about women making choices in a patriarchal society. It is an uplifting tale about four very different sisters who have to confront the truth about themselves when their father suddenly goes missing. The four sisters may or may not find their father, but through the experience of searching for him they will realize they are a part of each other's lives, and their newfound unity will enlighten them.

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  • Half Widow

    Director Danish Renzu's feature film, HALF WIDOW, tells the story of an all too commonplace experience of women in Kashmir. Awaiting husbands who are victims of the ongoing conflict in the Kashmir Valley, wives wait in limbo for the fate of their spouses and the trajectory of their own lives as well.

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  • Four Words - The Film

    Two-hundred girls were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok, northern Nigeria, Borno state. Targeting school girls since 2010, their abductors, Boko Haram, believes schoolgirls should not be educated. Reportedly, these school girls have been trafficked into sexual slavery or sold as child brides. According to officials, the average age of the kidnapped school girls is 12-13 years old. Though a few girls have been able to escape, the fate of those that remain is unknown.

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