5 Inspiring Films Made by Women, about Women
Our staff has assembled a list of some of our favorite inspirational documentary and narrative films on Audience Awards which all feature films made by women, about women.
Flip the Record by Marie Jamora
Tired of conforming to what is expected, 14-year-old Vanessa dares to break the mold by learning the art of turntablism behind her older brother’s back.
La Madre Buena by Sarah Clift
A Mexican mother embarks upon an epic journey across land and through her politics, to find her son’s birthday request – a Donald Trump piñata.
Rough Waters by Claire Imler
Katie, submerged in the darkness of her depression, struggles to stay afloat the rough waters in her life, but uncovers what matters most in her journey to recovery.
Zaya by Susanne Serres
Zaya, a contemporary dancer, has just realized her love for her dance partner Nadege. But before they can be together, she must realize her love for herself, and overcome her fears and opening up about who she is to her mother.
Adventure Unknown by Dana Johnson
A journey following Alexa Score from an athletic and daring young girl to her emergence as a national competitor on the wakeboard circuit. This is an inspirational story of perseverance through pain and impossible odds that captures how Score faces an uncertain future with indefatigable optimism, courage, and hope.
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