Body image struggles and body confidence is not a new concept to anyone, but understanding the correlation with cancer patients is. Ashleigh, a young director, has seen several family members battle cancer treatment so now embarks on a journey to find out what happens when treatment is over. This journey begins with a deep dive into the lives of two breast cancer survivors who are now finding their way through life with a changed and scarred body. Caitilin, a mother of three boys, shares her journey from diagnosis to now, in two years remission, and opens up about the tactics she has used to help focus on the future rather than the past. Similarly, Jo, a mother of two daughters, shares how she founded a charity to ensure other women have the best experience in the worst situations. But for both ladies there is one more step they hope to take in order to feel whole again. Therefore Ashleigh joins these ladies on their personal journeys as they turn to nipple tattooing and body painting to celebrate their bodies and how strong they have been so far. In turn sharing with all cancer survivors out there that there are ways to love yourself, even when scars cloud both body and mind.
A woman experiences the ups and downs of life as a military spouse and does her best to cope with all that is thrown her way during her husband's first deployment.
‘I want to make a film about women’ is a queer, speculative, documentary love letter to Russian constructivist women. It asks what the revolutionary women artists of the 1920s said, what they did, and what they might have created had it not been for Stalin's suppression.
Through a revealing and honest nude video art We’re exposed to the woman's body as world full of beauty and pain. The participants in the film, women who dealt with eating disorders and negative body image appear before us as an images from the classical art and invite us to reexamine our personal perception of beauty.
Jen, 28 is based on the writer and star's personal survivor story. This film shines a light on the more common forms of date rape in an effort to open the conversation of consent.
This is a story of that inextinguishable hope, a saga of patience and unbroken promise for which a woman can cross all the boundaries. She gives away all of it and sacrifices everything to keep her promise. It was the era when India was just getting freed from British reign. Amidst riots and pressure from the newly emerging government. Graceful Begum Mehrunisa got married to Nawab Sikandar Mirza, notices her husband had an eternal connection with palace (Kothhi). Begum loved her husband and instantly made a place in her own heart for her husband's love as well. The King Mahabat Khan of Junagadh had run away to Pakistan and so nawab’s siblings. Nawab decides to travel to Pakistan to find them. Begum promised him that she would do anything and everything to keep the palace safe. Unfortunately, destiny had its own dice to play.
“Maintenance” (based in 1990): Nia and Franklin are a bickering couple weathering a rough patch in their marriage. While deciding whether to leave Philadelphia to be closer to nature, they take a trail maintenance class from a park ranger and learn the importance of maintaining something you love.
“Migration” (based in 2020): In the time of COVID, Pepper has barely left her home in New Orleans. She must decide if she is willing and able to venture outdoors during a pandemic. As she comes to see the meditative aspects of birding, she learns that nature can bring together strangers when we are at our most disconnected.
“Movement” (based in 1960): Carmella takes her daughter, Jojo, a disinterested teenager, on a fishing trip. Wanting to make sure that her daughter is grounded in her roots, Carmella passes on the need for strength and resilience during a burgeoning civil rights movement. Based on real life events.
A short, but oh-so-sweet story of a user’s journey on the way to ultimate self-optimization. Quick Fix HQ, a glossy, contrived and overwhelmingly pink self-care sanctuary, welcomes the user to reach their full glowing potential at the click of a button...
"Two Minutes on High” challenges the deeply ingrained concepts of normative sexuality and traditional gender roles via a metaphoric exploration of the four phases of the sexual response cycle: desire, arousal, climax and resolution.
We get a chance to dive into one's soul, as we take a peek at a woman touching herself. The feminine power explodes, changing all of the surroundings, painting the town with the magic of woman sexuality.
Jane Dark lives and studies in the Noir-Et-Cher Whenever her community is harassed by Europe Normale Police. She turns into the super shero WOMXN helped by her mate: a womanoïd Dolphin in a spaceship called the KORA Mother