Connecther Presents:

GI/TW Archive Film Gallery

I Stand With My Sisters In STEM Niara Nichols, Nyack High School

Women make up a small percentage of people in science and engineering fields. This film explains that this is due to the discrimination and harassment women experience when working in this field. It also explores an often overlooked problem that women can easily work to fix in order to increase our



"Girls With Ambition" Gabrielle Abdelmessih, Lake Orion High School

This film showcases ambitious high school students who are in the midst of achieving their goals in life.




Girls in STEM Gina Warren, Teays Valley High School

I interviewed some teachers at my school on their experiences with the confidence gap in STEM subjects and why there are so few girls in STEM jobs after high school



Balancing Tech shwetal shah, Strathclyde

This project features seven case studies of women from different backgrounds and upbringing and their journey into the male dominated world of tech. Explaining how their efforts and companies’ efforts are helping achieve a better gender balance, which has been lost in the last two decades. Wome




The ProducHERS Emma Josephson , Portland State University

The ProducHERS was created to be engaging for all kinds of audiences. I want to raise awareness about how important it is to create more diverse and supportive work places in STEM , film, and media careers. If we keep working towards this goal, I believe we can see better representation in media for



FEMSTEM Marisa Umeh, Megan Hoang, Diamond Bar High School

FEMSTEM, the film, chronicles the rise of the first all muslim girls robotics team. Lead by a 16 year old coach, Zaina Syed, the FEMSTEM team defied the odds, one robot at a time.




Black Women In STEM Sydnie Heslop, New Visions Charter High School for the Humanities

This short documentary captures the reality of black women in the STEM workforce, and discusses solutions to the lack of representation of women of color in this field.



Stem Inspiration For This Generation Jessica Lieng, Relena Lai, Cypress Falls High School

The stigma that less girls are in the STEM field is challenged in this documentary, exploring the highlights, motivations and inspirations of girls in Cy-Falls science extracurricular, such as the Science Olympiad team or Science National Honors Society.




Our Gendered World Juliana Lu-Yang, Anna Barth, Montgomery Blair High School

How do daily verbal microaggressions affect the way we look at the world, and ourselves? "Our Gendered World" looks precisely at this issue, and explores the subtle but empowering ways we can change these ingrained beliefs and actions for the better.



Girly Things Brylie Noe, Brynna Wiese, Sikeston High School

Three young girls and one woman encounter and affected by casual and extreme instances of sexism, from the words of a stranger to the actions of those closest to them.