Strip Clara (5:29) / A Dress Above (8:00) / Becoming Bethany Rhodes (9:28) / Life to the Lees (9:29) / Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction, A Coming of Age, Selfie Film (11:45) / Sofa Queen (11:49) / Born Still (14:30) / #Princess Problems (18:43) / Premenstrual Margot (19:13)
In 19th century England, a suppressed woman struggles silently from the likes of her husband, the patriarchy, and corrupt institutions. When thrust into a life-threatening situation, she must choose to endure the pain or claim her freedom.
Life to the Lees is a short film which focuses on one day in the life of Alex, a successful queer advertising saleswoman, who is in the midst of a crisis in her personal life. Alex's story is told through a series of phone calls which reveal her strengths but later when she Skypes her daughter we realize why she is living out of a hotel and what brought her to this moment.
A woman struggles between the expectations of her overbearing mother and a chance to explore the life she always wanted.
Two traumatic events structure the 'Girl's' high school year: a Lock Down and a family secret. She is shocked yet manages to recover and to understand the importance and value of family and the complexity of truth.
When a power outage threatens Landry Family Furniture’s final “Going Out of Business” sale, Martha, the matriarch, attempts to reconnect the power and her fractured family.
Left behind in the wake of the Civil War, the women have a battle of their own that is equally as desperate, challenging and bloody as the soldiers on the front lines.
Girls love princesses, and Bree is no exception. As a struggling but positive actress, she started her own children’s birthday party company, living out her fantasies of being of princess. When Jess, a very practical and feminist writer, is assigned to do a story on female role models, she follows Bree to parties to see if princesses are still ideal heroes for little girls.
In a period-positive world, late bloomer Margot wakes up one morning to learn that her best friend Karli has gotten her first period. This makes Margot the last of her friend group to not have her period yet, and she is not happy about it. She decides to fake her period in order to use the special, lavish period bathroom with her friends at school.