It's a Girl Director Launches New Film: Female - The World War on Women
As the It's a Girl action and screening campaign continues to gain momentum, and with the recent successful release of It's a Girl on DVD and iTunes, Evan Grae Davis is ready to take his mission to the next level with his next feature length documentary film.
Female - The World War on Women (working title) is a documentary film addressing the various forms of violence and abuse suffered by women on every continent around the globe. While exploring personal stories illustrating an array of issues such as the feminization of poverty, gendercide, female genital mutilation, child marriage, and the objectification and exploitation of women, experts seek to identify the cultural mindsets and traditions that result in such human rights violations while activists offer hope of change through viable solutions.
Director Evan Grae Davis:
"Join me as, together, we renew our commitment to bring justice and equality to millions of women silently enduring unspeakable injustice - to tell the stories that desperately need to be told - add your voice!"
Learn more about Evan's new film and how to support it:
Have You Seen It's a Girl?
Did you know you can watch It's a Girl instantly on your computer? Whether you prefer to order the DVD or want to watch the full movie right now,
It's a Girl is available worldwide!
The DVD, which includes a printed 22-page Discussion + Action Guide and hours of Special Features, is available through the official movie website.
The DVD is also available for purchase on Amazon!
It's a Girl Bonus Clips:
Since the film's DVD release, we have been sharing several exclusive clips from the DVD special features. Please watch and share the following clips about domestic violence and dowry in India:
It's a Girl Experts -- Domestic Violence in India
It's a Girl Experts -- Dowry in India
It's a Girl Screening Events
Though the film is available on DVD, you can still host a public screening event. We're making the film available to universities, community centers, churches and just about everywhere else around the world. If you have a passion for seeing gendercide brought to an end, believe in promoting equality for women, or are interested in human rights and international development, please bring It's a Girl to your city!
Visit the website to see a full list of screenings and for more information on how to bring It's a Girl to your community for a public event.