Across the Line

Nonny de la Peña | USA | 2016 | 8 min
Across the Line is an immersive virtual reality experience that combines 360° video and computer-generated imaging to put viewers in the shoes of a patient entering a health center for a safe and legal abortion, and shows the bullying and harassment that sometimes happens outside.

Beauty Fear Violence

Anouk Phéline | France/USA | 2017 | 6 mins
A young woman goes home alone at night and thinks about death. Then come the screams. But what is a scream? And who is prey? This visual essay depicts a film noir Los Angeles ruled by violence against women.


Alexia Dalla Rosa | Canada | 2017 | 9 min
A look into mental health: You cannot make anyone understand what is happening inside yourself. The only thing we hold, as an explanation, is our art.

Please Come Again

Alisa Yang | USA/Japan | 2016 | 9 min
An experimental film essay that narrates the collective and personal memory of three generations of Asian women through the rooms of Japanese love hotels.

Primary Colors

Derek Price | Canada | 2016 | 3 mins
A cinepoem by Sudanese-Canadian artist Roua Aljied, aka Philosi-fire, about the realities of domestic violence and how each step a woman takes is a new color to paint on the canvas of her life.


Wong Ka Ki | UK | 2015 | 3 min
A girl is looking for herself and, yet, she does not know herself is looking for her as well.

Shedding Skin

Meysam Javadi | USA | 2017 | 7 min
Feeling ourselves in our own skin can feel safe, comfortable. A place of (dis)placement is not about better or worse, free or unfree; it is bittersweet, involving acceptance, coming to peace, independence, shedding attachment, and letting go.

The First of the Free Girls

Alexandra Velasco & Alexandra Kahan | Mexico | 2014 | 4 min
A girl entering womanhood discovers a dissonance between what she really wants and what society expects of her.

The Girl

Shashwati Talukdar | India | 2014 | 8 mins
The Girl is a gothic tale about the resilience of children. The Girl lives in an isolated mansion in the woods in the mountains of India, with a woman, the Mad Lady. This woman is her caretaker and watches her all the time. Their odd life is disrupted when the Mad Lady can see something she was previously oblivious to. Oblique, eerie, and mysterious, The Girl is about the violence and horror of childhood.


Dopamime | Netherlands | 2018 | 6 mins
We are masters of our own belly. We aren’t stuck in imposed standards. We aren’t influenced by culture. We make our own decisions. This is a film about women connected with their primal force and, at the same time, confronted with their subjective deadlines.