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Monburan Micki
Directed by Dandan Liu 7 minDocumentary, Sports

A documentary portrait on Japan's most up-and-coming female boxer as she prepares for the title match in Tokyo, and navigates deeply entrenched, cultural definitions of what it means to be a woman.

This Land
Directed by Whitney Hassett, Chelsea Jolly 11 minDocumentary, Sports

A story about land access told through a journey of inclusion and empowerment as Faith E. Briggs runs 150 miles through three U.S. National Monuments that lay in the thick of the controversy around public lands.

All American Kids: Laila
Directed by Ariel Poster 11 minDocumentary, Sports

Laila is a Native American girl who dreams of becoming the first woman to manage a Major League Baseball team when she grows up.

Her Turf
Directed by Shantel Hansen 18 minDocumentary, Sports

Three female football officials claim access to a powerful role in a male-dominated industry and push back against the ingrained bias that women can’t hold powerful roles.

Run 4 All Women
Directed by Alison Desir, Amir Figueroa and Jeff Restrepo 17 minDocumentary, Sports

The story of four women who prove the power of running as a vehicle for social change. Running from Harlem, NY to Washington DC, they engaged global support to cover 252 miles and raise over $100K for Planned Parenthood in just 20 days.

Directed by Ani Mercedes 9 minDocumentary, Sports

A short documentary that reveals the invisible spiritual side of boxing, through two female fighters. The film is structured around the actual length of a three-round amateur boxing match; three 2-minute rounds.

Yellow Cards for Equal Pay
Directed by Maia Vota 11 minDocumentary, Sports

Members of the Burlington, VT High School girls soccer team recount the launch of their viral #EqualPay movement, inspired by Megan Rapinoe and the U.S. women's national soccer team, from its humble beginnings to national media coverage.

Sea Us Now
Directed by Bethany Mollenkof, Chelsea Woody 5 minDocumentary, Sports

African American female surf collective, Textured Waves, reimagines the segregated history of coastline access in the US as they pay homage to the style and grace of black beach culture in the 50-60’s combined with the art of wave riding.

Lessons from Jeju
Directed by Nicole Gormley 14 minDocumentary, Sports

Seven months pregnant professional freediver, Kimi Werner, visits the Haenyeo, the iconic group of freediving working mothers that have shattered norms in Korea, to find a deeper understanding of what it means to pass on her own legacy to her child.

We Hike to Heal
Directed by Faith E. Briggs, Whitney Hassett 7 minDocumentary, Sports

Kenya and Michelle Jackson-Saulters started a movement while hiking towards their own healing. Their event series, We Hike to Heal, empowers women through journaling, meditation, and spending time in the outdoors.

Free Like the Birds
Directed by Paola Mendoza 10 minDocumentary, Sports

Three year old Sophie Cruz convinced her martial arts teacher to let her attend classes. Three years later she became an internet sensation and a fierce advocate for her family and millions of undocumented families in the US.

Directed by Kimberlee Bassford 24 minDocumentary, Sports

Cheerleader explores the quest to be a champion, the experience of being female, and the ins and outs of an All-American pastime, all through the eyes of some of the nation's youngest cheerleaders.

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Paradise High School Girls' basketball team perseveres in the aftermath of one of the most devastating wildfires in California history and refuses to give up on the sport they love. 

This film is viewable only in the United States.

Life in Synchro Poster

If a single figure skater is a marvel, a team of figure skaters is practically a miracle. Welcome to the beautiful, cold, hard world of synchronized ice skating - the toughest sport you’ve never heard of.

Winning Girl Poster

Follow the four-year journey of Teshya Alo, a Hawaiian teenage female judo and wrestling phenomenon. Winning Girl is the story of an elite athlete on her ascent, a girl facing the challenges of growing up and a family dedicated to a single dream.



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