Connecther Presents:

GI/TW Archive Film Gallery

La Nymph de la Ronde Rouge: Ballet, Menstruation, and Women's Power Faith Padgett, University of Pennsylvania

This film explores femininity, especially menstruation, as it has been dealt with for decades within the tradition of Romantic ballet. Menstruation has historically stigmatized women, pushing them into othered spaces and reducing their access to education, employment, healthcare, and other vital asp



The Day After Baylee Brown, New York University

The Day After is a documentary portraying the protest in New York City in response to Donald Trump's election as President. The film highlights the importance of women's involvement in political and social activism in order to protect rights to education, women's healthcare, as well as to advocate f




Motherhood Yaroslava , Srednerussky Humanities and Technology Institute

This story is about mother with the gift of seeing the future. She understands that urgently needs to change the attitude of the teen girl to the world, or the catastrophe from her vision will be real. Realizing that the habits and behavior of her child is difficult to change without bright motivati



Women and Water Across The Globe Annemarie McDaniel, Yale University

The water crisis and lead poising in Flint, Michigan raised difficult questions about when, how and why water crises happen across the globe. I spoke to two friends and human rights activists, Micah and Katherine, to investigate further into how we need to reshape our understandings of water scarcit




How environmental pollution affects the women’s health. Svetlana Shalaeva, Valentina Babinskaya, Synergy University

This short film is about women and their health and how environmental problems affect the woman's health and human offspring.



How environmental pollution affects the women’s health. Svetlana Shalaeva, Valentina Babinskaya, Synergy University

This short film is about women and their health and and how environmental problems affect their health.




Just Under Your Skin KareN Riveros Gomez, Katrina Sachs, Canadore College

A girl learns that everything she puts on her skin gets absorbed into her body. Even daily hygiene products and makeup cause damage once they enter our bodies.



The Ripple Effect Sarah Jahaan Khan, Headstart School

'The Ripple Effect' shows how access to safe water has transformed the lives of rural women in Pakistan. When seasonal patterns began to change and rainfall became scarce, these women adopted methods of conserving rainwater. Not only do girls like Deeba no longer have to make the back breaking 8 kil




Pollution and Bearing Children brianna cato, university of north georgia

Addresses the reproductive toxins released into the air by Stepan in Winder GA.



Breasts: Nature's Life Support kalyn kane, Southwestern university

We are surrounded by chemicals that do serious damage to us. This film is focused on the effects it can have on women and their children. It is meant to spread awareness.