She's Beautiful When She's AngryDecember 5, 2014
A documentary that resurrects the buried history of the outrageous, often brilliant women who founded the modern women's movement from 1966 to 1971.
Suffragettes, with Lucy WorsleyJune 4, 2018
The story of the struggle for the women's vote is much more than just the account of the exploits of Emmeline Pankhurst or the tragic fate of Emily Davidson. Lucy Worsley puts herself at the heart of the drama, alongside a group of astonishing young working class suffragettes who decided to go against every rule and expectation that British Edwardian society (1901-1910) had about them…
The Ballad of JosieJanuary 1, 1967
A frontier widow (Doris Day) aims to raise sheep despite a cattle rancher (George Kennedy) in old Wyoming.
Clara Campoamor, the Neglected WomanAugust 3, 2011
Spain, 1931. Under the Second Republic, women are eligible, but cannot vote. Victoria Kent and Clara Campoamor, the first women in the Spanish Parliament, intend to fight for women's rights, and Clara knows that the first step is to get the women's vote approved…
The Vanishing VirginianFebruary 1, 1942
The perineal District Attorney and conservative southern patriarch cherishes the old ways and does his best to adjust to change.
PoliticsFebruary 26, 1931
A widow's decision to run for mayor kicks off a battle of the sexes in a small town.
Penthesilea: Queen of the AmazonsJanuary 1, 1974
Penthesilea, the first of six films made by Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen, traverses thousands of years to look at the image of the Amazonian woman in myth. It asks, among other questions, is the Amazonian woman a rare strong female image or is she a figure derived from male phantasy? The film explores the complexities of such questions, but does not seek any concrete answers.
We Are Half The WorldNovember 13, 2018
They were, at best mocked or ridiculed, at worst incarcerated, tortured, or even beheaded. But they would not be deterred. For decades ten thousands of women in Germany, Great Britain, in France, the U.S. and many other countries fought for their right to vote. Some used the institutions, others turned into media savvy politicians, and still others turned to terrorism, went on hunger strike, or died as martyrs. 100 years later we tell a multi-perspective and emotional story of the international fight, against all odds, for women’s suffrage as an important step towards equal rights.
The documentary follows the activism of prominent suffragists such as Emily Stowe, as they struggled for an equal say in their own future. These women formed associations, petitioned the Ontario Legislature, wrote essays, and held satirical events to achieve their goals of equal rights for women. It is a celebration of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in Ontario.
What Really Happened: Votes for WomenDecember 31, 2002
It's 1892 and Kate Sheppard tells the story of the suffrage campaign - a pursuit that will continue until September 1893.
One Woman, One Vote: American ExperienceFebruary 15, 1995
Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon narrates this educational installment of the popular "American Experience" series as it examines the 72-year struggle for a woman's right to vote. Segments focus on influential figures in the women's suffrage movement, including Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Alice Paul; the country's widespread fear of social revolution; and the U.S. Senate's passage of the 19th Amendment by a single vote.
The DerbyJune 13, 1913
A routine account of the 1913 Epsom Derby, one of many horse races that the Topical Budget newsreel covered that year, this film inadvertently made a contribution to the history of the suffragette movement by capturing the moment when activist Emily Davison was trampled by Anmer, King George V's horse, after she invaded the track.