Connecther Presents:

GI/TW Archive Film Gallery

The Unheard Majority Susannah Short, Clovis West High School

This video covers just a few of the current issues going on today with women. Through this you will see 6 different teens talking about what they want to do statistical reality comes into play of what it is really like for women out in the world.

Hear Me Now Cora Ellis Ticherich, Ridgway Secondary School

This film shows how easy it is for sexual assault to occur in everyday life. "Hear Me Now" promotes communication between couples, respecting choices, and fixing things when needed to be fixed. Sexual assault is a real problem in our society and together we can find effective ways to put an end to v

There Is Hope Savannah Osborn, Lawton Chiles High School

There is Hope is a film of art. Showing the pain and grief of women's suffrage around the world. Where they fall into the darkness. Yet a single dove, with its olive branch, gives them hope. Not only hope for a better life, a better hope for the future. To end women's suffrage.

Adocentric Thoughts Tiara Islas, Instituto Bilingue Santillana del Mar

Aiming to discard all secrecy about violence, Andocentric Thoughts portraits real situations where violence is present in women's every day life. With the desire of not decreasing importance in any of the different scenarios, this short film seeks to raise awareness of this bearings, and advocate sp

Every Girl Should Have The Right To An Education Alyssa Bartlett, Cité-Des-Jeunes

In this short film I talk about women's education and the fact that every girl should have the right to go to school.

I am Beautiful Kristelle Dirks, Homeschool

I talk about my struggle with my appearance and how I've come to realize that beauty is more than what you see on the outside, it's what's on the inside that truly matters.

Piñata Juliana Concepcion, Miranda Abazoski, Tianna McNair, Temple University

An experimental short film that visualizes poetry describing violence against women and sexual assault. The visuals show that anybody we know can be affected by these issues,

First the Roots, Now the STEM Kierstyn Potter, Kingwood High School

This video discusses the importance of women going into the STEM field.

We Say No More! Egypt Noboa, Arthur and Polly Mays Conservatory of the Arts 6-12

"We Say No More" is a film depicting a young woman being abused and her overcoming her self-doubt and leaving the relationship. She then along with other women and girls gives a face to the nameless statistics acknowledging their past and moving on to a better future.

Gaze Sydney Holt, Catherine Vo, Saint Agnes Academy

All Jasmine's mother wants is for her daughter to be free of the oppression, sexism, and fear she has dealt with. As Jasmine grows up, she is challenged by events that leave her hurt and conflicted. She questions the power the male gaze has over her, battles with sexism, and deals with sexual harass