Connecther Presents:

GI/TW Archive Film Gallery

WAR: Waste, A source of Resource- Learn to Empower Sadia Jafrin, Amina azad, Jahangirnogor University

Waste is a resource out of place. We saw that there was lots of waste littering here and there that made the environment hazardous. We chose this since we realized that Bangladesh does have waste management awareness but the awareness is built within people o

Brannon Johnson: Breaking Barriers Bailey Smith, Hammond High School

The sport of rowing is a small world, and being a minority makes it even smaller. Brannon Johnson has built her own business on the foundation of diversity and inclusion. As the first African American woman in the country to own a rowing business, she continues to overcome obstacles while paving the

A World in Motion An Nguyen, Khue Tran, Makayla Moore, Pflugerville High School

Angela De Hoyos Hart is the IT Project Manager at General Motors. She is also a regular volunteer at River Oaks Elementary in Pflugerville ISD. She helped found and now helps coordinate GM’s STEM mentorship program at the school. The program has grown to include 67 GM Mentors in the Austin IT Deve

Unequal Mariah Salvadori, Rancho Bernardo High School

A man and a woman with the exact same lifestyles, time tables, and work ethic get paid differently.

I am an Entrepreneur Ms. Novera Hasan Nikkon, Jagannath University Dhaka ,Bangladesh

‘I am an Entrepreneur’ is a true story of a young lady named Suraiya Sultana who established herself in the society through a hard labor and struggle .She is from such a society where due to cultural setting girls are always remaining as an economic burden to family and girls are often raised he

"Girls With Ambition" Gabrielle Abdelmessih, Lake Orion High School

This film showcases ambitious high school students who are in the midst of achieving their goals in life.

How Much I Love You Ashley Kramer, Douglas Anderson School of the Arts

A short profile documentary chronicling Diane Ostrega, a single mother,domestic abuse survivor, and Polish immigrant, as told by her daughter, Monica.

The Wage Gap Rebecca Dudley, Ava High School

This film exhibits how little people actually know about the wage gap. This is me informing people about the wage gap.

FEMSTEM Marisa Umeh, Megan Hoang, Diamond Bar High School

FEMSTEM, the film, chronicles the rise of the first all muslim girls robotics team. Lead by a 16 year old coach, Zaina Syed, the FEMSTEM team defied the odds, one robot at a time.

CreekEffects Chinenye Ogoko, Federal University of Technology Owerri

CreekEffects tell the story of Nigerian local fisherwomen like it has never been told. Inspired by Rose, Beatrice and Gloria, it is dedicated to every woman out there in the creeks toiling and struggling to make ends meet. Women matter, girls matter. Women empowerment matter too. I hope that you enj