Connecther Presents:

Gitw FILM GALLERY

ALL FILMS ARE VIEWABLE ONLINE. SEARCH BY CATEGORY ABOVE AND SCROLL DOWN TO VIEW FILMS. ALL PAST FILMS ARE VIEWABLE ON OUR YOUTUBE PAGE AND PAST WINNERS CAN BE FOUND HERE.

Voting for GITW 2018 ends on March 1, 2018 at 11:59 PM EST. Please VOTE for your favorite films by "liking" and "tweeting" their films from the GITW film gallery. Our $2500 cash prize people's choice award will be presented to one winner based on the total number of fb likes + tweets - (The People's Choice Winner will be chosen by judges from the Top Ten films that receive the highest number of votes). To see all prizes go to the learn page and click the prizes tab.

See VOTING rules and requirements for the People's Choice Award HERE.

*Some Films May Contain Strong Adult Themes

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.



Rising Artist Refuses to Become Apart of Misogyny Madison Edwards, Rachel Kelley, Northeast High School

We interviewed up and coming artist, Mitchel Gerald, to find out if he is dodging the stereotypical route many musicians in hip-hop and rap culture fall into, which is degrading and abusing women. Mitchel informed of us of how his music does not align with that, along with providing other artist who




REBEL GRRRL Kaylin Luces, Academy of Health Sciences

Attending the Women's March in Washington D.C. made me feel such a sense of sisterhood with complete strangers. Women from all walks of life came to D.C. to show their support for people of all kinds. This encouraged me to write a poem addressing the myths about the nature of women and expose the



Woke Grace Goen, Alamo Heights High School

This short film is a compilation of interviews I conducted with three young women, from various backgrounds and perceptions of the world around them. The interviews were focused on the subject of beauty from our shared perspective in the western world. Questions were raised on how beauty is interpre




Girly Things Brylie Noe, Brynna Wiese, Sikeston High School

Three young girls and one woman encounter and affected by casual and extreme instances of sexism, from the words of a stranger to the actions of those closest to them.



Women in Social Media Stephanie Klotz, Parkland High School

Every single day, women around the world are degraded for their appearance, clothing, and behavior. This is called slut-shaming. With the increasingly accessible and widespread use of technology, social media applications have become a platform for easy bullying. Rather than building each other up,




Girls Have Grit Too! Brooke Collins, Arts Academy at benjamin Rush

A documentary about how women are perceived in society, but with the right guidance and information we can succeed.



Women In Today's Society - GIRLS IMPACT THE WORLD FILM FESTIVAL CALL FOR ENTRIES Kyle Vance, Brittney Miller, Pocono Mountain East High School

Many women is society today complain about how social media will portray a women that is "perfect" making these younger girls try their best to mimic these looks. Men treat girls based on thier looks and sometime these girls don't know what to do. this video tels some of these issues and what other




Women: More Than Expectations Lia Spencer, Castilleja

The stereotypes that women face in the classroom and the working field have lessened over time but are still prevalent today. In this documentary, women speak about challenges they've faced based on gender and how it affects their life, as well as what happens in an all-girls environment. Interviewe



Volunteer woman in leadership Louyov, Cambodia University

Volunteer woman in leadership is a short film that shows about Sophea who is kind, friendly, and a role model in her community. It is a film that our volunteer team does our best for writing, shooting and editing. I’m feeling so grateful that we’ve got young Cambodian support us to produce this