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GI/TW Archive Film Gallery

Women In Today's Society - GIRLS IMPACT THE WORLD FILM FESTIVAL CALL FOR ENTRIES Kyle Vance, Brittney Miller, Pocono Mountain East High School

Many women is society today complain about how social media will portray a women that is "perfect" making these younger girls try their best to mimic these looks. Men treat girls based on thier looks and sometime these girls don't know what to do. this video tels some of these issues and what other



He or She? Myrzakhan Zhumakhan, Nazarbayev University

In the short film, we have decribed some of aspects of gender inequality in the modern world. The film was filmed from the first-person to show that women are discriminated by men. In addition, we wanted to show important scenes of gender inequality and give a reasonable solution.




Your Flowers Did Not Fade Christin Chae, Korea Kent Foreign School

"Your Flowers Did Not Fade" tackles the Comfort Women Issue that is still an ongoing problem. The victims share their deep, personal stories of their youth to inform the world about the horrors of sex trafficking. Efforts to fight for their rights continue over 10 years. This video holds purpose in



Girls Impact The World Yaritza Rodriguez , Thomas Kelly High school

This video is about the real meaning of beauty and how women should be treated in society. Women have the right to speak up and feel confident and beautiful about themselves. We shouldn't let anybody bring any women down, you are beautiful just the way you are and that's all that matters .




Slavery in the City David Augustine, Progress High School

Slavery in the City is an autobiographical account of Grace's(Not real name) experience in her relatives house. It depicts the humiliation she endured in order to gain an education.In this unfortunate case, she endured it all for nought.



The R Word Sydney Primero-Solano, La Serna High School

"The R Word" is a short film expressing concern with "rape" as a taboo subject. Women need to know that rape needs to be discussed and must be discussed without shame.




An Open Letter to Women Rachel Williams, Prosper High School

My video is promoting and encouraging the acceptance and tolerance of women in general, as they often go or feel unappreciated or are disadvantaged when it comes to many aspects of life, such as the wage gap, rape culture, etc. I want to represent what women CAN do despite these obstacles, and how t



Slavery in the City David Augustine, Progress High School

Slavery in the City is an autobiographical account of Grace's(Not real name) experience in her relatives house. It depicts the humiliation and suffering she endured in order to gain an education. In this unfortunate case, she endured it all for nought.




Power To The Women Menkemndi Randy, Government Technical High School Bamenda

As a means to edify the world on the importance of the rights of women and the girl child, Clarisse artistically known as Yala brings to you this powerful message in some few words in her 5 minutes video which explains the need to value and preserve the rights of the woman and girl child, and i be



Dear Girls of Tomorrow Brooke Madson, Liberty University

Dear Girls of Tomorrow is an open letter written in the form of a poem to the girls of future generations. It brings to light the issues of beauty in today's world, and it encourages the girls in the future to look at their inward beauty instead of what's on the outside.