September 29, 2021

ConnectHER Film Festival 2021 FINALISTS:

September 29, 2021

I will live

by Kasoga Winnifred, Uganda
September 29, 2021

Adelphes

by Athena Stuebe, USA
September 29, 2021

She?

by Janabelia Ayu Tafarannisa, Indonesia
September 29, 2021

Jhebbing (Women)

by Joylita Ficha Zulfa Salzabella, Salsabiil Azzahra, Shofiah Nur Azizah Nisvitami and M. Adi Nurwahyudi, Indonesia
August 22, 2021

The Hidden Providers

by Ravia Rasool, Pakistan
August 22, 2021

Opt for Change

by Nambozo Patricia, Uganda
August 22, 2021

Breaking the Shell

by Diana Lyoto, Tanzania
August 22, 2021

Running the Show

by Allegra Cameron, Joss Cameron, and Emma Donnelly, USA
August 22, 2021

Steering The Wheel

by Rafiah Farrukh Rashid, Pakistan
August 22, 2021

The Cubicle

by Bella Henry and Elleni Yates, Australia
August 22, 2021

African Nova Scotian Women in STEM

by Tyra Obadan, Canada
August 21, 2021

The Monthly Curse

by Raiyaan Ul Islam, Bangladesh
August 21, 2021

Wash Your Hands of My Blood

by Anahita Seraji, Canada
August 21, 2021

Fistula, The Ceaseless Suffering

by Ravia Rasool and Hafsah Rahman, Pakistan
August 21, 2021

The Old Lady

by Athar Ali, Pakistan
August 20, 2021

This is Not Fiction

by Anabella Funk, USA
August 20, 2021

Feminist Collages: The Fight to be Seen

by Nichole Tan, UK
August 20, 2021

Give Me A Smile!

by Britney Bautista, USA
August 20, 2021

Eleven

By Sarah Jehaan Khan
August 20, 2021

After Dark

by Tessa Morell, USA
August 20, 2021

Amber

by Aria Harrell, USA
August 20, 2021

The “Unconventional School”

by Muhammad Waseem, Pakistan
August 20, 2021

A change in the narrative of the Maasai Community in Kajiado Central, Kenya.

by Beryl Muga, Kenya
August 20, 2021

Khilna (A Story about Girls’ Education in India)

by Karishma Luthra, India
August 20, 2021

Perfect Housewives

By Sarah Jehaan Khan
August 20, 2021

One Girl, One Nation

By Sarah Jehaan Khan
August 20, 2021

Aguan-Sun Behind the Horizon

by Novera Nikkon, Bangladesh
August 20, 2021

Nkhanda (Infant)

by Kevin Maxwell Ngoma, Malawi
August 20, 2021

Jubeda and Her Struggles

By Sarah Jehaan Khan
August 20, 2021

Matriosca

by Paolina Stefani, UK
August 20, 2021

The Plain Girl

By Sarah Jehaan Khan
August 20, 2021

Ruth: A Vision of Beauty

by Hannah Oommen, Canada
August 20, 2021

My Secret

By Sarah Jehaan Khan
August 20, 2021

Intrusive

By Sarah Jehaan Khan
August 20, 2021

Beautiful Bodies

by Amanda Camos, USA
April 21, 2020

And the Winners Are…

March 20, 2020

The Path Maker

By Hasanul Hoq
March 18, 2020

We Are Going Virtual for GITWFF 2020

March 17, 2020

Passoon

By Sarah Jehaan Khan
February 14, 2020

Object in Motion

By Jes Mabanglo
February 14, 2020

Hoy sigue siendo ayer

By Daniela González
February 14, 2020

A Social Statement

By Kylie Huerta
February 14, 2020

Mistreat on the Street

By Fatimah Fair and Flor de Maria Selena Caceres Godoy
February 14, 2020

Passing the Torch Along

By Iqra Abbasi
February 14, 2020

LET ME BE.

By Kasoga Winnifred
February 14, 2020

STEM: Empowering Today’s Girls, to be Tomorrow’s Scientists

By Jacqueline Means
February 14, 2020

Her

By Kayla Franklin
February 14, 2020

Broken

By Stephanie Hernandez
February 14, 2020
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The Girls of the Desert

By Anabella Funk
February 14, 2020

‘Be A Man’

By Eileen Marshall and Emma Estes
February 14, 2020

This is Not a Drill

By Nassor Omar Ismial
February 14, 2020

16 Year Old Wives

By Gulgun Mammadkhanova
February 14, 2020

The Chain Breaker

By Muhammad Waseem
February 14, 2020

To Build and Equal, Gender Sensitive Environment

By Kritika Sah
February 14, 2020
Indian woman being thought

Chance

By Kavya Pande
February 14, 2020

The Power of a Voice

By Prabhnoor Kaur
February 14, 2020

Fight for Survival

By Suzete Da Graca Andre
February 14, 2020

The Next Stop

By Jalyssa Jimenez
February 14, 2020

Be Bold & Win the Dream

By Novera Nikkon
February 14, 2020

The Garden Store

By Rose Knopper
February 14, 2020

Not Your Bride: A Woman’s Constitution

By Tapiwa Gambura
February 14, 2020

Stolen Skin

By Nell Basley and Taryn Everdeen
February 14, 2020

Yellow Card

By Maia Vota
February 14, 2020

Lyric Journey

By Camryn Evans
February 14, 2020
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How About Now?

By Bobbi Broome
February 14, 2020

I Am a Woman

By Khulekani Ndlovu
February 14, 2020
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I AM NOT SORRY I AM NOT FINE

By Khushi Ganeriwala
February 14, 2020

Der Schmetterling

By Romy Devlin
February 14, 2020
a teenage girl crying

Enough

By Kaitlyn Peacock
February 14, 2020
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Scribbled In Red

By Khulekani Mayisa
February 14, 2020

Love You Forever

By Amanda Gordon
February 14, 2020
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Everywhere We Go

By Arielle Davis
February 14, 2020
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HUB: Sex Trafficking of Women in Houston

By John Parani
February 14, 2020

How to Survive in a Beauty-Obsessed World

By Savannah Kelley
February 14, 2020

Love Your Hair

By Crystal Anderson
February 14, 2020
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Parasight

By Miu Nakata
February 14, 2020
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Azania The Matriarch

By Lufuno Mbedzi, Nodumiso Mapingana and Samukele Simelane
February 14, 2020
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SKIN DEEP: An Examination of Skin Tone in the Philippines

By Angie Canonizado
February 13, 2020

Dara

By Aya Matrabie
February 13, 2020
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Women in Tech: Female Software Engineers Aim to Close Gender Gap Her

By Aneta Felix
February 13, 2020
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Besharam

By Hersh Nat
February 13, 2020

Teach Her

By Nalah Stokes
February 13, 2020
young lady holding a camera

The Journey of a Female Photographer

By Sumathy Thamootharam Pillai
February 13, 2020

BVUDZI: A Hair Affair

By Tapiwa Gambura
February 13, 2020

Mirror Mirror

By Amanda Gordon
September 21, 2019

ConnectHer Celebrates “Day of the Girl” with Global Film Screenings

September 20, 2019

Nguyen Thi Kieu Oanh

When Nguyen Thi Kieu Oanh rode her motorbike 110 km from Hanoi to the small village she featured in her film What I Love Most, she said it was “like finding paradise.”
September 20, 2019

Jessica Mabanglo

Jessica Mabanglo is a communications arts major at Gordon College in Massachusetts. She works as a videographer for departmental programs at Gordon, where she can be seen lugging equipment all over campus.
September 18, 2019
a group of ladies in front of a laptop

The Science Behind the STEM Gender Gap

September 18, 2019
Woman with burn injuries

Surviving Burns

September 18, 2019
Two teens "fighting"

Silently Sorry

September 18, 2019
Teen holding up a sign close to her face

She matters

September 17, 2019
Woman grabbing man by the neck

Roles Reversed

September 17, 2019
two girls smiling

Pitit Soley

September 17, 2019
African American teen looking straight at camera

Make Me Divine

September 17, 2019
woman covering her face

GONE

September 17, 2019
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Girls and Dolls

September 17, 2019
Girls working on project

GEMS: Girls Empowered by Math & Science

September 17, 2019
Bean packages

Ecovillage Brachoua