Taraneh Salke | Afghanistan, USA | 2011 | 15 mins
Successful family planning, improved women’s health, and development in Afghanistan require the support of the country’s men as well as the women. Yet, in a place where women require men’s permission to leave the house, seek health care, or use contraceptives, how will this come about?
Sarah Jahaan Khan | Pakistan | 2015 | 6 mins
Access to safe water transforms the lives of rural women in Pakistan, giving them the freedom to pursue new opportunities for earning an income to invest in their families.
Sarah Ramirez | USA | 2015 | 4 mins
An experimental poetry film that reflects on how the accessibility of equal education for women of color impacts their culture today.
Roya Sadat and Alka Sadat | Afghanistan | 2015 | 15 mins
Afghan women defied Taliban threats by participating in the election that determined former-President Hamid Karzai’s successor. Amid allegations of systematic electoral fraud, a runoff prolonged the process for six months as NATO troops withdrew.
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?
Roya Sadat | Afghanistan | 2015 | 5 mins
A music video for the band Tapei Teahouse raising global awareness of women’s empowerment in Afghanistan.