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 within every home.


Clare Unsworth | UK | 2015 | 3 mins
A diverse group of women powerfully join together to name and challenge issues of everyday sexism.


Kel Hanney | USA | 2015 | 14 mins
Consider the pivotal points of three women: one must decide her role in assisted suicide, another reveals that she was sexually abused to her partner, and a third woman must decide how she lives with cancer. Would you decide the same?

Beautiful Beast!

Roya Sadat | Afghanistan | 2015 | 5 mins
A music video for the band Tapei Teahouse raising global awareness of women’s empowerment in Afghanistan.