Made by Women

  • The Melancholy Man

    The world's saddest man meets the world's saddest woman

  • The Honeys and Bears

    Directed by Veena Rao

    Members of the Harlem Honeys and Bears, a synchronized swim team for seniors, describe the freedom of the water.


    Directed by Adrian Elliot

    "Black(f)ish" is a comedy short about many frustrations members of marginalized communities face: being "The Only" in a group / not being seen or heard / those around us being so committed to their preconceived viewpoints that they are unwilling to consider our actual...


    Directed by Nico Raineau

    Trapped in a seedy and illegal fight club, one woman's only chance for escape is to win a brutal brawl against the one person she refuses to harm. Trapped in a seedy and illegal fight club, one woman's only chance for escape is to win a brutal brawl against the one per...

  • FLORA CASH - California

    Directed by EJ Drake

    A child immigrant traveling through the Californian desert in search of a better life overcomes adversity by embracing her imagination.

  • ZAYA

    Directed by Susanne Serres,

    Zaya follows its titular character who is a contemporary dancer and has just realized her love for her dance partner Nadege. But first she must realize her love for herself, overcoming her fears and opening up about who she is to her mother. #LoveIsLov

  • Our Voices Are Rarely Heard

    Directed by Cali Bondad

    This short documentary offers a visceral snapshot at how inmates survive solitary confinement. With rare access inside Pelican Bay State Prison, filmmaker Cali Bondad and reporter Gabrielle Canon captured a day-in-the-life inside one of the most notorious super max pris...

  • She's Revolutionary

    Directed by Brittany B.Monét Fennell

    Tarana Burke, civil rights activist and creator of the #metoo movement was featured among other female activists as the Time Person of the Year for 2017. The film explores Tarana’s life as a survivor, activist and mother and how she found the confidence to ...

  • The Wayward Wind

    Directed by Steve Delahoyde and Monica Thomas

    A wayward traveler is encouraged to settle down.

  • The Penny Dropped

    Directed by A D Cooper

    A desperate woman goes to seek help from an unlikely source in a dark place. Neither of them realize that their fates all be decided by the flip of a coin.

  • The Air Up Here

    Directed by Lindsay Calleran

    A girl goes to her grandparent's cabin in the woods to spend her birthday alone.

  • Simon

    Directed by Raasa Leela De Montebello

    Time cannot stop a mother's will.

  • Today will be our last day on the streets

    Directed by Elise Tyler

    Amber and Matt are young, in love, eight months pregnant, and homeless. They are also determined to end the cycle of poverty that has landed them on the streets, as we follow them on their last day off homelessness.


    Directed by Rosser Goodman

    Four women in a ride share. COMEDY.

  • Matched

    Directed by Rachael Garcia

    A modern girl-meets-boy story that defies expectations.

  • Mea Culpa

    Directed by Meng Yu

    Mia plans to rob her sister's grocery store to get the insurance money, but everything goes wrong...

  • Creature Comfort

    Directed by Rachael Garcia

    A young female artist navigates through a surreal dystopia while unwanted physical changes happen within her.

  • Everyone In Between

    Directed by Whitney Skauge

    Michael Siebert and Shay Sullivan are two very different individuals with a very common goal: to advocate for truth and justice by helping society come to the realization that gender does not equate identity.

  • The Birth

    Directed by Sarah Hatherley

    When an optimistic couple embark on a natural water birth, the birthing plan quickly goes out the window as unexpected complications develop for our new mother. Everyone warned her about home births, but nothing quite prepared her for what she’d have to bear. Home b...

  • 100,000 Miles a Second

    Directed by Patricia Fox

    This film is based on an actual experience the writer had at a local co-op with a homeless street musician who gave her an alternative perspective on living with multiple sclerosis, stressing the power of "thought" regarding life circumstances. This film is relevant to...

  • Nice

    Directed by Gisele Nour

    Based on the 2016 terror attack in Nice, France, this autobiographical-inspired animated short film explores the immediacy and shock of violence, and its conversely lingering impact. Employing a range of handmade, tactile materials and an experimental structure, this na...

  • We Matter

    Directed by Sherrie Quannea

    #WeMatter is a short film that strives to highlight the growing epidemic of police violence against people of color. We hope that by focusing on the human aspect of the issue--the hurt, frustration and often the feelings of hopelessness, the importance of changing a...

  • The Road to Motherhood

    Directed by Sofie Peeters

    Life can be a rat race. We get up, get dressed and before sunrise, we're on our way to work. Time is money. Yet we don't seem to realize that we are actually stuck: we are standing still in traffic. Alone. What does tell us about our Western society? About ourselves? ...


    Directed by Anna Baeza

    On the night of August 11, 2015, Octavio Cadelo Tojeiro was arrested in his serigraphy shop in Narón (A Coruña) and transferred to Madrid to testify before the National Court. He was accused of apology of jihadist terrorism and contempt and humiliation to the victims, al...