Connecther Presents:

GI/TW Archive Film Gallery

Shakti Priyanka Pal, Sakshi Sharma, Asian University for Women

Create awareness about gender issues prevailing in the society. In addition how these men and women who challenge these gender roles can be powerful source of inspiration in the society. Moreover, how small NGO's are changing lives of women in villages.



Feminine Hygiene Around The World Sabrina Brea, PACE high school

My video focuses on feminine hygiene products around the world, particularly tampons and pads. There is an immense lack of those products in rural countries. I am bringing awareness tot he idea and speaking on how those who have the opportunity to access these products feel about it.




Dreaded Kah Belinda Mbong, University Of Bamenda Cameroon

This is the story of an HIV/AIDS muslim girl who lost her parents to the killer disease and is regarded as an outcast in her community and in school by her mates causing her to be less performant and productive but she later is accepted and picks up to be the best in her class.



The Kisaruni Learners Grace Frome, Castilleja School

A look into the daily lives and thoughts of Kisaruni Girls School students in Kenya. A rigorous and high-achieving school, Kisaruni educates girls so they can create a better life for themselves and benefit the country's social and economic situations.




The Complex Elena Stidham, Whiteland Community High School

Judy (Tatiana Ilami) is a transgender woman that is struggling to find beauty within herself because she isn't feminine like other girls. However, when she learns not all girls are the same to begin with, she grows more confident as a woman.



Shonirbhorota Anila Shaheen, Asian University for Women

This is a story of a woman who has two "disabled" daughters who had to face many challenges to educate her special daughters because the normal schools refused admit them. After a long period of struggle she has now educated her daughters and is also running an organization in her village to support




Creating Change for Women Kiera Quinn, Darien High School

This is a video to portray the needs we still face on an international stage with development of women rights in third world countries, the progress that can and will be made, and the changes we have enacted so far.



What I learned in class today Sarah Turner, Metropolitan State University of Denver

This is the kind of education young women are receiving not only inside, but also outside the classroom as well.




End Menstrual Stigmas - Period. Ria Sonecha, Castilleja School

This film explores the ways menstruation, a natural biological process, is stigmatized and how these stigmas impact girls around the world.



Educating a Community Amrita Bhasin, Menlo-Atherton High School

This film addresses the importance of educating young girls and women. Set in India through the interviews of a maid and cook, we see how education for girls and women is viewed in their small town. Educating women and girls is vital because you are really educating everyone. An Indian proverb state