I WAS A TEENAGE FEMINIST | New educational Resource from Women Make Movies
Just wanted to let you know about a wonderful new film Women Make Movies just acquired called I WAS A TEENAGE FEMINIST that is a fantastic resource for feminist, women's and gender studies classes. I am including some more info below on I WAS A TEENAGE FEMINIST as well as a few other related titles from our collection for your perusal!
As a non-profit, feminist, media arts organization we are committed to helping educators integrate feminist media into their curriculum so please feel free to contact us any time should you need any programming advice.
I WAS A TEENAGE FEMINIST by Therese Shechter
"The film's fresh approach is perfect for those who say, 'I'm not a feminist, but..."
- Alison Piepmeier
Co-editor of 'Catching a Wave: Reclaiming Feminism for the 21st Century'
Why is it that young, independent, progressive women in today's society feel uncomfortable identifying with the F-word? Join filmmaker Therese Shechter as she takes a funny, moving and very personal journey into the heart of feminism. Beginning as quest to find out whether feminism can still be a source of personal and political power, I WAS A TEENAGE FEMINIST ultimately redefines the F-word for a new generation.
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For other related titles from WMM | Films on Feminism ======================================================================
Be sure to check out these essential titles from WMM that powerfully portray the history, vitality, and importance of feminism then and now.
MY FEMINISM introduces feminism's key themes while exposing the cultural fears underlying lesbian baiting, backlash, and political extremism. An essential component of women's studies curricula.
THE F-WORD is a provocative look at the power of the word "feminism"
in the US.
THE EDGE OF EACH OTHER'S BATTLES is a powerful and moving tribute to legendary black lesbian feminist poet Audre Lorde (1934-1992).
THE RIGHTEOUS BABES explores the intersection of feminism with popular music, focusing on the role of female recording artists in the 1990s and their influence on modern women.
SOME AMERICAN FEMINISTS explores one of the most significant social histories of this century-the second wave of the women's movement.
BY STEP: BUILDING A FEMINIST MOVEMENT
1941-1977, follows the lives of eight Wisconsin women, six of whom became founders of NOW.
Women Make Movies
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From cutting-edge documentaries that give depth to today's headlines to smart, stunning films that push artistic and intellectual boundaries in all genres, Women Make Movies is the world's leading distributor of independent films by and about women. Recently acquired at this year’s Sundance Festival where it won the World Cinema Documentary Jury Prize, ENEMIES OF HAPPINESS is a powerful portrait of Malalai Joya – a courageous, extraordinary woman who was elected to the newly formed democratic parliament in Afghanistan. Also of note, MY COUNTY MY COUNTRY, produced through the WMM Production Assistance program, has received an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary Feature. For more information about WMM, visit www.wmm.com.
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