Videos about Women
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The Feminist Library: A Short Film (2016)
The Feminist Library: A Short Film was made in support of the Save the Feminist Library Campaign in London (UK), documenting a crucial moment in the library's herstory as it...
They Screened This Documentary to 80 Villages
What does it mean to stand behind girls education in some of the toughest and most backward communities in India? See how non formally educated Barefoot R&D technology...
Netizens: a Documentary about Women and Online Harassment
NETIZENS follows targets of online harassment as they confront digital abuse and strive for equality and justice online. Back the film on Kickstarter. This project will only be...
Rising Women Rising World - Using Feminine Principles to Transform The World
From the incredible team who made Today I Rise - one of the most watched and loved films on this site - comes a short film documenting a conference they ran called Rising Women...
Mary Lyons Describes 'The We'
Beautiful. Listen to this. 
The Ugly Truth in Beauty Magazines
A shocking video about the ugly truth hidden in beauty and fashion magazines. Subtitles available: Chinese, Spanish, Italian, French, Polish, Hebrew, Turkish, German and...
Woman Lets Public Cut Her Hair for Powerful Message
Beauty isn't dependent on the external appearance. In this daring street experiment, Jae West co-founder of The Liberators International dives into vulnerability in Times...
Dangerous Women Speak Truth to Power in Patriarchy's Dying Breath
We are facing an online epidemic of violence against women. Of threats and harassment. We must #ReclaimTheInternet.  Find out more at Dangerous Women Project. Support Agnes...
MissMe - This Is the Story of How I Got Broken
Street artist MissMe, the Artful Vandal, offers a very personal, very intimate take on the many little hits that broke her and on how she recovered from the one big blow to...
This Is My Body: A Formal Introduction
This is my body is a spoken word piece by Agnes Torok, a commentary on people judging, grabbing and commenting on her body. She talks about the all the incredible things she...
The Magic of Sisterhood
Across the world women are realising their potential, stepping up as leaders, and inspiring other women to do the same. Yet, it still seems with all the heavy cultural...
Pennies Make Pounds
With a house that was starting to wear down and energy bills that were going up, Dawn McInnes recognized she and her two sons were living on the edge of fuel poverty. Pennies...
Smile
Men of the world, women would like to thank you for your advice. Written and Directed by Jessie Weinberg
Missme: The Artful Vandal
Former advertising industry art director takes to the streets, recliaming space and chalenging the way women are portrayed in the media.
#Istandup Against the Harm Caused by Objectification of Women in Advertising
A powerful new campaign wants advertisers to know that many consumers are fed up with how women are portrayed. Women Not Objects, a project dedicated to calling out the...
Women Who Are Leading the Way - Free To Shine
This International Women's Day‪‬ we celebrate three women who are leading the way in rural Cambodia. Watch our video to meet Koem Toch, Nim Mao and Choung Hach. Koem...
Women's Wisdom: A Powerful Message Celebrating the Feminine Values That Are Transforming The World
How is women’s leadership differing from typical male models? What makes it a decisive gamechanger in today’s world? This video showcases extraordinary women who are reframing...
Mother of All Rivers
In a country with growing socioeconomic inequality and human rights violations, Berta Cáceres rallied the indigenous Lenca people and waged a grassroots campaign that...
We Are #WomenNotObjects
Join the conversation: #WomenNotObjects Twitter: @Not_Objects Instagram: @WomenNotObjects Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womennotobjects
The Surfer Who Wouldn't Take No for an Answer
Being the best female surfer in Brazil wasn't enough to secure Silvana Lima the sponsorship she needed for her surfing career. In an image-driven market, she wasn't considered...
Bernie Sanders on Women's Rights
Bernie Sanders is a Feminist.
How to De-Arrest a Comrade
A group of Secwpemc women shut down a treaty vote being held by the Northern Shuswap Tribal Council (NStQ) in Williams Lake, i so called British Columbia, "Canada". One person...
POWER (2014)
POWER is Jeanny Gering's first independent short documentary, about women and girls in India who are learning to fight back. Debi Steven, martial arts champion and self defense...
It's Not Your F*ckin' Cake: a Message to My Molester
The reason this woman was molested was because of what she was wearing, but that is very different than saying the solution is for her to dress differently. In a moving...
5 Ways Men Can Help End Sexism
What role should men play in working towards an end to sexism? How much or how little should men be helping? In this video we will explore answers to those questions and share...
What's It Like To Be A Black Girl In Rome?
Watch the video to find out the answer to that question for some. In Nero: Black Girls in Rome is a creative series curated by Dr. Tamara Pizzoli which seeks to appropriately...
What Would Happen If Male Athletes Were Asked The Same Questions Female Athletes Are Subjected To?
Something's wrong with media coverage of female athletes.  Sexist commentary, inappropriate interview questions, and articles commenting on physical appearance not only...
That's What He Said: Women
It has been said that 'Men are afraid women will laugh at them, and women are afraid men will kill them.' How do you feel about this statement? In this episode our men discuss...
Caitlin Moran on Everyday Feminism
Bestselling author, feminist and all-round funny woman, Caitlin Moran takes us on a tour of her house and talks us through some of the feminist basics: how being a bit hairier...
Work Myths: Lies You've Been Told About Work
Lies you've been told about work. 1. “You are lucky to have a job” We hear it all the time. But there is nothing lucky about spending most of your waking hours doing whatever...
How The Media Has Shaped Your Negative Perception of Feminism
The Straw Feminist trope is a deliberately created, exaggerated caricature of a feminist that is used to undermine and ridicule feminist movements.  This was probably one of...
Rain: A Music Video Based on a True Story about Domestic Violence
This song and video attempts to tackle the topic of domestic violence; including music, performance, short narrative, and interviews. We hope this project can inspire at least...
Today I Rise: This Beautiful Short Film Is Like a Love Poem For Your Heart and Soul
"The world is missing what I am ready to give: My Wisdom, My Sweetness, My Love and My hunger for Peace." "Where are you? Where are you, little girl with broken wings but full...
Inside the Saudi Kingdom: Butchery, Slavery & History of Revolt
Meet the new head of the United Nations panel on Human Rights: the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Abby Martin takes us inside the brutal reality of this police-state monarchy, and...
What The World Needs Now Is A Vision Of A Global Peace Culture Based On Trust
"Trust is the basis on which life heals. There is no deeper vision than the vision of a world in which trust reigns between all beings." The video is inspired by the english...
Bill Nye: Can We Stop Telling Women What to Do With Their Bodies?
The Science Guy argues that most anti-abortion legislation is derived from outdated beliefs that predate smart science by fifty centuries. 
"Robin Hood In Reverse" - Bernie Sanders Explains Income Inequality
Bernie Sanders talks about the one issue the billionaire class wants us to avoid discussing.
Walk of No Shame With Amber Rose
Amber Rose takes pride in her stride. Don't let anyone call it a walk of shame! We join the movement on this cause against sexual injustice, victim blaming, derogatory...
Stereotypes: A Short Film about Labeling People
A very short but shocking film about the stereotypes we live with everyday in our society. Created/filmed/edited by Elizabeth Pinault.
Feminist: Stories From Women’s Liberation (2013)
Structured as a personal journey of rediscovery by filmmaker Jennifer Lee, this documentary brings the momentous first decade of secondwave feminism vividly to life. Its...
HUMAN (2015)
What is it that makes us human? Is it that we love, that we fight? That we laugh? Cry? Our curiosity? The quest for discovery?  Driven by these questions, filmmaker and artist...
Dominique Christina Delivers The Fiercest Poem You'll Ever Hear
Dominique Christina performs "Karma". She is an award-winning writer, performer, educator, and activist. She holds five national poetry slam titles in the four years she has...
Underrepresentation of Women in Textbooks Means People Are More Likely to Attribute Inventions to Fictional Men Than Real Women
In the spirit of back-to-school season, we thought we'd help New Yorkers brush up on their knowledge. MAKERS took to the streets of New York City to quiz people on inventions...
I Am A Girl (2013)
There is a group of people in the world today who are more persecuted than anyone else, but they are not political or religious activists. They are girls. Being born a girl...
LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 (2014)
LADONNA HARRIS: INDIAN 101 from Comanche filmmaker Julianna Brannum, chronicles the life of Comanche activist and national civil rights leader LaDonna Harris and the role that...
Inside Her Sex: Where Shame And Sexuality Collide (2014)
While we live in a highly sexualized society, the messaging around female sexuality is distorted and rife with shame. What women should look like, who women should want, what...
Living Thinkers: An Autobiography of Black Women in the Ivory Tower (2013)
LIVING THINKERS examines the intersection of race, class and gender for Black women professors and administrators working in U.S. colleges and universities today. Through...
Reflections Unheard: Black Women in Civil Rights (2013)
Where do black women activists fit into the epochal struggles for equality and liberation during the 1960s and 70s? This feature-length documentary unearths the story of black...
Feminism Inshallah: A History Of Arab Feminism (2014)
The struggle for Muslim women’s emancipation is often portrayed stereotypically as a showdown between Western and Islamic values, but Arab feminism has existed for more than a...
Private Violence (2014)
Private Violence explores a simple, but deeply disturbing fact of American life: the most dangerous place for a woman in America is her own home. Every day in the U.S., at...