Connecther Presents:

GI/TW Archive Film Gallery

An Open Letter to Women Rachel Williams, Prosper High School

My video is promoting and encouraging the acceptance and tolerance of women in general, as they often go or feel unappreciated or are disadvantaged when it comes to many aspects of life, such as the wage gap, rape culture, etc. I want to represent what women CAN do despite these obstacles, and how t



Duality Mary Welch, Kiara Xolo, St. Thomas More High School

The media often tends to misrepresent women and the definition of beauty, which has its deleterious effects on girls and what they think of their selves and others. Beauty is not defined by gender, society, a stereotype, a trend, or the media. Beauty is what makes you confident and happy with your




Power To The Women Menkemndi Randy, Government Technical High School Bamenda

As a means to edify the world on the importance of the rights of women and the girl child, Clarisse artistically known as Yala brings to you this powerful message in some few words in her 5 minutes video which explains the need to value and preserve the rights of the woman and girl child, and i be



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




Dear Girls of Tomorrow Brooke Madson, Liberty University

Dear Girls of Tomorrow is an open letter written in the form of a poem to the girls of future generations. It brings to light the issues of beauty in today's world, and it encourages the girls in the future to look at their inward beauty instead of what's on the outside.



An Original Julia Ubertini Film: Instagram Julia Ubertini, New Hanover High School

This short documentary zeroes in on teenage girls battling with the infamous social media channel Instagram. The young women debate the pros and cons of the channel as well as the mental effects on their mind and spirit.




An All Too Common Story Lindsey Miller, Indian Creek High School

A short film highlighting the life of an american teenager surrounded by edited and unrealistic images of women in a culture obsessed with weight and appearance determining self worth, and their effects on her mental and physical health.



The Girl Experience Jordyn Kalman, Olivia Babuka, Newsome High School

I gathered high school girls to talk about their experiences and ideas about beauty in todays society and how it has affected them personally. This film takes a look into how girls really feel and how certain influences like media, societal standards, boys, and families all affect girls self esteems




An Open Letter to Women Rachel Williams, Prosper High School

My video is promoting and encouraging the acceptance and tolerance of women in general, as they often go or feel unappreciated or are disadvantaged when it comes to multiple aspects of life, such as the wage gap, rape culture, etc. I want to represent what women CAN do despite these obstacles, and h



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