Connecther Presents:

GI/TW Archive Film Gallery

Fatima halimah tariq, (25 and under category)

A short documentary that follows the noble works of Ghulam Fatima in helping female brick kiln workers trapped in bonded labor escape the crippling effects of acrid pollution and devastating disease.



Environmental Issues Facing Women and Children Sara Nottingham, Albemarle High School

This film addresses the impacts of climate change on the environment, as well as women and children.




Buried Beneath Us Amanda Camos, Cardinal Gibbons High School

In this sad reality of pet overpopulation, shelter dogs could end up in a landfill buried with the rest of the trash. Photographer Shannon Johnstone made a difference with her Landfill Dogs project, photographing shelter dogs in an effort to find them a permanent home and show how these forgotten do



Where Do Your Clothes Come From? Amanda Camos, Cardinal Gibbons High School

Have you ever wondered where your clothes come from or who makes them? Unfortunately, garment workers overseas are treated like slaves and do not make enough money to support themselves or their families. Clothing companies in the United States take advantage of this and produce clothing at an insan




Humans Extincted Prem Kumar, MGU

This is a short fiction film made for GITW. It describes how Humans Extinct by killing girls and destroying Mother Earth. This film accounts the plight of women facing around the world and also portrays about pollution. Male and female are dominating girls. So I used the word ManKind in this film. F



Women and Water Across The Globe Annemarie McDaniel, Yale University

The water crisis and lead poising in Flint, Michigan raised difficult questions about when, how and why water crises happen across the globe. I spoke to two friends and human rights activists, Micah and Katherine, to investigate further into how we need to reshape our understandings of water scarcit




Current Christina Yin, Elizabeth Woods, Monte Vista High School

"Current" is a short documentary-informational film raising awarness of plastic pollution in the ocean. It addresses how the world's overuse of plastic is leading to environmental problems concerning marine animals and humans. It concludes by offering a few solutions to the issue. Women can actively



The Eighth Fire Sarah Burkhart, Southern New Hampshire University

A look into the planet we call home, our destructive behaviors, how it effects women, and what we can do to change. Climate change is REAL and it is happening now. Includes interviews, clips, facts, and quotes.




6 Hours Audrey Paetzel, Bishop Lynch High School

For some women in the world, even the simple task of fetching water is an arduous endeavor.



Just Under Your Skin KareN Riveros Gomez, Katrina Sachs, Canadore College

A girl learns that everything she puts on her skin gets absorbed into her body. Even daily hygiene products and makeup cause damage once they enter our bodies.