Shorts: Empowering Women and Girls

Runtime: 01:30:53
Available:: Mar 15, 2021 04:00
Until:: Mar 24, 2021 04:59

A group of shorts depicting the experience of women in situations of migration and immigration, but also of empowerment.

Corked

Corked

00:11:44

After years of accepting the status quo Jane Dunlap reaches her tipping point. Set in 1971 Northern California, "Corked" is inspired by the true story of her struggle to break into the male dominated wine industry.

The House That Built Tsoghik

The House That Built Tsoghik

00:18:21

The story of an architect woman, Tsoghik Arabyan, in the Soviet Union, in Armenia, in the 1950s. Armenian with English subtitles.

How We See Water

How We See Water

00:25:48

Two young women in San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico, struggle to fulfill their dreams of obtaining an education while also serving a vital role in earning a living for their families. The survival of children in indigenous Chiapian Mexico is both fragile and resonant with community. English and Spanish with English subtitles.

iMigrant Woman

iMigrant Woman

00:35:00

Monologues of immigrant women tell the various immigrant experiences of women who find themsleves in a foreign country away from their loved ones. This was a play presented on Zoom with actors from 5 cities and three contients, possible only because it was presented on Zoom due to the pandemic.

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