This film explores the unseen relationship women have with their bodies and undergarments.
Amidst friends, frenemies, and sleepovers, Eleanor and Alex must face the confusion and uncertainty of developing a same-sex first crush.
This darkly comic drama highlights the power of Anya: a 10 year-old girl who must fight to change her own world when her mother’s boyfriend threatens to come between them.
A young woman passes the border safely, but can she convince another to join her break for freedom?
After learning she will soon lose her place on the local boy’s soccer team, eleven-year-old Kirsty struggles to come to terms with her developing identity as a young woman.
Inspired by Macbeth and The Everyday Sexism Project, this story follows three insulted and misunderstood women whose fortunes rise as Macbeth’s fall.
Underwire Festival is a BAFTA-recognised film festival celebrating women working across the crafts that takes place annually in London (UK), celebrating and spotlighting women working in film with a programme packed with events, workshops, networking and incredible films.
Through the experience of a historical, anonymous, female migrant, Borders tells a powerful story of one group of women who fell victim to racism and sexism in 1970’s Britain.
Set against the backdrop of the 2011 UK summer riots, Urban Hymn follows a young female offender, Jamie, who possesses a remarkable voice, and the determined social worker, who inspires Jamie to use her talent as a path to rebuild her life.
A gay Latina mourns the death of her butch girlfriend, Mac, and vows to bury her with dignity, despite resistance from Mac’s mother.
This is the story of Decontee Davis, an Ebola survivor who uses her immunity to care for orphaned children in her Liberian village.
The powerful story of a controversial group of Mormon feminists fighting for women’s ordination in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.