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isolation amll ashraf, BA in drama, Ain Shams University, Egypt

The film brings us inside a psychic girl who suffers from social isolation and how to deal with society and how society deals with her

Tackling Domestic Abuse Emma Rhyne, Bullard High School

When I was a freshman in high school, I heard the label "football player" and made negative assumptions about athletes. These were based on stereotypes that are, sadly, justified by the fact that many high school and college football players are sexist and demeaning. However, as I grew older, I real

A Film for Gugu Aida Namukose, African Leadership Academy

This is Gugu's story. Her journey and her struggles migrating from Zimbabwe to South Africa and being a refugee in a highly xenophobic country. This is also a story of how education has saved her, and how she believes it can save many more.

Hope for life Shaqayeq (Bahar), Herat Afghan Turk girls high school

The synopsis of this film is about a women who’s husband died and she had to travel and become an internal displaced because of hunger and war in Afghanistan. she is now working and trying to protect her 9 member family.

Home Jenna Soong , Marymount High School

Based on a true story, a teen mother is kicked out of her house and faced with a difficult decision. Written, directed, filmed, and edited by Jenna Soong.

Poof Madeline Smith, Lausanne Collegiate School

Is she going crazy, or are things really disappearing around Janessa's house?

Skins&Flesh Eeshrat Brar, Carmel Convent School

This Film talks about the dark secrets of marriages behind closed doors and marital rape. The protagonist is married without her consent, while her family is trying to blind her with traditional ceremonies. Her marriage fails as her husband turns out to be extremely abusive, not only physically but

We could be Champion too Novera Hasan Nikkon, Jagannath University Dhaka ,Bangladesh

In Bangladesh the girls are frequently considered as burden to the families. Due to cultural setting, It has been believed that they don’t have any worth like the boys. So they have no rights to chose their future and destination. Specially in sporting sectors, girls are not accepted due to nega

Rosie Ellen, Weiss, St Marys Anglican Girls School

A quirky and light hearted film that explores the pressures young people experience as they undergo the transition out of school and into adulthood.