During a strike for equal pay & safer conditions. the Mex-Am. miners’ wives take over picket duties when a court forbids the men, with men not happy but together they win.
The true story of the 17th century Mexican poet/nun Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz who ran afoul of the archbishop because of her writings championing the rights of women & popular plays regarded as too sexual.
This Captain Marvel is a woman, trained on a distant planet who comes to Earth, recovers her memory of being an AF pilot, and sets off with growing super powers to save the universe.
The unconventional love story of Mary Godwin & Percy Shelley & how she came to write Frankenstein and gain recognition as the author.
What an unexpected delight! A Saudi feminist film! Click the image to read my review.
I’m urging you to see this film based on peace activist Vera Brittain’s WWI memoir. Click on the photo to read my entire review.
In a Muslim country where women are not allowed to drive or move freely about a young girl sets her heart on buying a bicycle, forbidden to her sex. The obstacles which she has to overcome are formidable, but as a symbol of freedom, she will go to great lengths to obtain her dream despite the opposition of her mother and teachers who go along with their status as possessions of men.
In Lake Bell’s film Carol wants to become a voice over talent “in a world” in which men rule almost exclusively. Her father, a talented voice over talent is against her, and in her struggle she almost overlooks love. A delightful comedy with a serious, feminist theme.
This film set in a Middle Eastern nation during a civil war is a feminist story of liberation from patriarchal oppression.