A Land Called Paradise

Lena Khan | USA | 2007 | 5 mins
What happens when you ask over 2,000 Muslim Americans what they would like to say to the world? 

Post Violence

Afrooz Nasersharif | Iran | 2010 | 4 mins
Despite global violence against women, the spirit of woman cannot and will not be crushed.


Anonymous | Bosnia & Herzegovina | 2009 | 5 mins
In a frantic effort to uncover herself, a woman cuts away at the layers that sheath her, seeking to discover herself.

World Wide Women

Andra Roman | Romania | 2014 | 4 mins
Reflecting upon woman’s evolution from the dawn of time until the present day: A woman is not defined by a man, nor by his actions. 


Elizabeth Mizon | UK | 2015 | 6 mins
Borders gives a personal and intimate insight into the hushed-up ‘virginity tests’ that women migrants were subjected to in the 1970s, as reported by The Guardian in 2011.

Why Can’t You See Me?

Andra Roman | Romania | 2016 | 8 mins
An ode to all women: Those who appear to be strong, those who we deem weak, those who fight to have their voices heard, and those who are fighting the quiet fight.


Talieh Rohani | USA | 2007 | 10 mins
An experiment in the visual representation of the experience of self-exploration and self-expression among young women in the Islamic Republic in Iran.

The Nonsense

Noha Redwan | Egypt | 2010 | 2 mins
Side by side, some women toil in anguish; shoulder to shoulder, face to face, but somehow unable to break out of the repetitive insanity of existence.

Vivid Red

Andra Roman | Romania | 2016 | 3 mins
A film about empowerment, using your inner voice and about being yourself regardless of what you might perceive as flaws or weaknesses.

We Live in the 21st Century!

Hilda Hashempour | Canada | 2007 | 4 mins
An experimental film about the global pandemic of violence and discrimination against women in the 21st century.

Take Care

Afrooz Nasersharif | Iran | 2013 | 6 mins
An experimental film which experientially explores the psychological state and treatment of women living in Iran expressed through shades of blue and harrowing repetition.

Words From A Silence

Penda Diakité | USA, Mali | 2014 | 6 mins
A bi-cultural woman of color from the United States and Mali conveys thoughts, feelings, and experiences of her multi-layered identities.

Without My Dreams

Afrooz Nasersharif | Iran | 2016 | 7 mins
Before their childhood and innocence is lost to time, two young girls exercise their right to be free.

White Stain

Kayla Tong | USA | 2015 | 9 mins
A young woman is perpetually haunted by the darkest memories of her life. Every touch of the demons who sexually assaulted her imprints a permanent white stain.

No Woman

Yama Rauf | Afghanistan | 2015 | 3 mins
In fundamentalist Islamic countries, men determine the fate of women, who struggle to be heard and have a place of dignity in society. But behind the masks of authority and patriarchy, there are kind and simple men; it is time to remove the masks.

My Motherland

Fazila Amiri and Hangama Amiri | Canada, Afghanistan | 2015 | 5 mins
The psychology of Afghan women under decades of war and oppression depicted through visual sequences combining intermingling scenes from both the realms of reality and dreams.


Yalitsa Riden | Canada | 2015 | 5 mins
Drowning in an internal sea of personal sorrow, a mother endures the world around her, waiting to be left alone.

Unwearable Functional: Akinetic Mutism

Heejoo Kim | USA | 2015 | 5 mins
Society attempts to strip a woman of her self-expression by clothing her in oppressive garments of expectation, yet still, the seeks a path to self-liberation.

Diary of Reflection

Penda Diakité | USA ,Mali | 2012 | 3 mins
A bi-cultural woman of color processes the overwhelming pressure to conform to the image of the ideal woman as dictated by pop culture media.

After Work

Mengna Lei | China, USA | 2016 | 3 mins
The taboos surrounding sex, love, and intimacy in modern Chinese society are grappled with in every home.