The Women’s Voices Now Film Archive is a curated selection of unfiltered voices in social impact film. Films are by and about women and women’s issues worldwide and available for streaming anytime, anywhere, for free.
Through the power of social issues film, Women’s Voices Now aims to inspire audiences from empathy into action and help to create lasting social change in the realm of women’s rights.
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A young woman gains strength from an intimate relationship with a fitness machine in order to face her abusive husband.
The Machine was an official selection of the 2017 WVN Online Film Festival.
About Bálint Erkel
Balint Erkel is a writer and director from Hungary. After earning a degree in cinema and philosophy of religion, he studied filmmaking in the United States as a Fulbright grantee. Building upon family roots in medicine and music he has a great interest in exploring human life as complex harmonies of deviances and suppressions, and creating visual symphonies of display and concealment. As a heartfelt contrarian, he is in endless search of new ways to question rules of filmic storytelling. He is currently working and creating in Georgia.