Connecther Presents:

GI/TW Archive Film Gallery

Out of Frying Pan Moe Moe Myint Zaw, Eh Htoo Thaw, Lat Lat Khine, Myo Sat Aung, Minmahaw School

Social Action for Women (SAW), a shelter home for children of Burmese migrants in Thailand, is working for their education and providing huge support to the HIV/AIDS affected women. SAW also has other programs ensuring social rights of Burmese migrant women and children; and not surprisingly, this f



Everybody's Got a Story to Tell Cailyn TenHoeve, Hope College

Rapes occurs way too many times around the world. These are some of the many stories and the effects that come out of rape and sexual abuse. We've been victimized, but are no longer living in the dark and determined to bring awareness to everywhere possible. We are survivors and proud!




Metro Sayedat Heba El Baghdady, faulty of Masscomunication Cairo Uni.

the harassment in Egypt



Because... Jennalyn Raquel Lopez, Colony High School

Women are often stereotyped and portrayed in ways that can be offensive, provocative, and unfair. This film is meant to raise awareness about this issue.




The "F" Word: A Documentary On Feminism Hailey French, Savannah College of Art and Design

Women talk about what feminism means to them and what they do in their everyday lives to further the idea of equal rights.



Alas Rotas/ Broken Wings Génesis Claudel Meza, Universidad de las ciencias y el arte

Veronica, a normal girl, after going down a lonely road that would lead her to a party, is struck down by a situation that will change your life completely. This video showing similar situations faced by women worldwide, in every country where it is given the appropriate treatment to achieve all ove




Bring in the Bystander Veronica Jurkowski, Dan Brown, University of Windsor

The state of sexual violence in post-secondary education is presented. Teaching the research is necessary, but not enough. Approaching students as victims and perpetrators does not decrease the occurrence of rape. Prof. Dusty Johnstone uses the University of Windsor’s institutionalization of Brin



Rise Above Abuse Frederick Walls, Trinity Christian College

This three and a half minute film is a narrative of a woman who is a victim of domestic violence. This film gives an example of what domestic violence/relationship abuse looks like and offers solutions for anyone looking for a way out.




Sold Nathan Matthew Legger, University of Tampa

As Cecille sits in an airport terminal reading Gone Girl, she comes in contact with a young Natasha. This girl is so excited to finally be flying out of the country. The question is: where will she be going?



The Way To Freedom Shorif Sonia, Asian University For Women (AUW)

In this film, I compared our world as a car. A car can't move forward if two wheels are unequal. In our society, men our superior than women. If we want the world to move forward then we have to bring equality and make a change. I showed a whole story to show how we can change everything. The story