Voices for Change.
A free online film collection promoting gender equality that advances girls’ and women’s rights.
Voices for Change: the WVN Free Online Film Collection
The Women’s Voices Now Free Online Film Collection raises awareness of the struggles and triumphs of women and girls around the globe, inviting audience members to contribute to social change supportive of their human rights. Since 2010, we’ve partnered with 50 field partners in 13 countries around the world on more than 110 screening events.
Featuring 200+ films from 67 countries in 44+ languages, these independent films tell the stories of women and girls worldwide – in many instances through the lens of female filmmakers.
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Monica Wise Robles | Mexico | 21 Minutes
Lupita, a Tsostil Maya massacre survivor, stands at the forefront of a new movement of indigenous women.
Remi Bumstead | Philippines | 8 Minutes
A small group of women stand up to protect the forests and the spirit that lives within them.
Leah Manasseh | Lebanon | 58 Minutes
Leah goes on a journey to heal an emotional scar she’s carried for 20 years.
Lena Strothe | Rwanda | 11 Minutes
Christine starts a small bakery, hiring 10 HIV-positive, single mothers as her employees.
Twinkle Power to Change
Aftab Abbasi | Pakistan | 8 Minutes
The first ever woman weightlifter from Pakistan to have won a gold medal internationally.
Cecilia Albertini & Lesley Elizondo | USA | 13 Minutes
How Veronica de-normalizes sexual harassment and abuse in her workplace.
Most Watched This Month.
Heidi Lee Douglas | Australia | 30 Minutes
A filmmaker battles for free speech against the destruction of Tasmania’s ancient forests.
Girls Level Up
Anne Edgar | USA | 8 Minutes
A summer camp where girls are given three weeks to make their own video game demo.
Leo a la Vida
Julio Suarez | Spain | 70 Minutes
Illiteracy exists in every community, perpetuating poverty. It must be eradicated.
Immediately upon receiving a complaint, WVN will remove any films from our collection due to issues of infringement claim, whether it be copyright infringement, right of publicity infringement, or something else. Any such film will be kept off the Film Collection unless, or until, any infringement claim has been refuted. To make a complaint, please e-mail: [email protected].