Title Matching "American Women" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
Not Rated | 79 min | Documentary, Fantasy, History
The history of fictional female heroes in Western media from Wonder Woman's creation onward.
2. Into the Fire: American Women in the Spanish Civil War (2002 Video)
58 min | Documentary
In 1936, a right-wing military coup tried to overthrow the new, legally elected, democratic government of Spain. Hitler and Mussolini quickly joined the fight on the side of the fascist ... See full summary »
3. Shutout! The Battle American Women Wage to Play Baseball (2018 TV Movie)
82 min | Documentary, History, Sport
American girls and women continue to face institutional gender discrimination trying to play, coach, and umpire America's game, baseball. Shutout! chronicles the historical, political and ... See full summary »
Director: Jon Leonoudakis
Documentary | Filming
Phenomenal are their portraits, they are inspiring, captivating, and uplifting. These images bring women we have never heard of before to life. Changing the ideas of what we see as possible... See full summary »
Director: Gisele Haralson
7. Women in American Horse Racing (2007 Video)
35 min | Documentary, Short
The story of women in racing is more and more the story of racing itself. Women have arrived in American horse racing, from coast to coast, bringing a new energy and fresh perspective to ... See full summary »
Director: John J. Ronan
Cecilia Fajardo-Hill (Guest Curator - Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985) and Theresa Sotto (Assistant Director Academic Programs - Hammer Museum) discuss the exhibition Radical ... See full summary »
Director: Reza Monahan
11. Indy's Women: The American Film Institute Tribute (2008 Video)
9 min | Short
An American Film Institute Tribute which include comments from actors Karen Allen, Kate Capshaw and Alison Doody as they discuss their characters and performances.
21 min | Documentary, Short
14. Cowgirls: Portraits of American Ranch Women (1985)
29 min | Documentary, Short
The cowgirls in this documentary are modern-day women aged six to sixty, who ride, rope and tough out the elements just as well as their more famous cowboy counterparts. The film spans ... See full summary »
15. Juggling: A Tribute to African-American, Asian-American, European-American, Jewish-American, Latino-American, Native-American and Women-American History (2010)
12 min | Short, Action, Family
A live action film that uses juggling to give tribute to Black History Month.
16. Latin American Women Artists (1995 TV Short)
Approved | 25 min | Documentary, Short
Latin America has produced some of the most innovative, exciting and relevant artists in the contemporary art world. This film explores the critical and influential role of women in Latin ... See full summary »
Director: Eric Marciano
17. American Women... Partners in Research (1960)
13 min | Short
This short film presented by Corning Glass Works shows how their company uses the everyday American women for advice in the design of their products. Women are asked to test the product and help make suggestions on what to improve.
28 min | Documentary, Short
Concerned about the declining health of people all around them, Native American women are sparking physical and spiritual rejuvenation through reclaiming traditional foodways.
Director: Karen Cantor
20 min | Documentary, Action, Adventure
I have been doing research on African & African American history for over 30 years, I have recored our history on video tape. Here is one of my videos about African American Heroes of the ... See full summary »
Biography (1987– )
The Manson Women: An American Nightmare
50 min | Documentary, Biography
They were unlikely killers, to say the least. Barely out of their teens, products of California's post-war suburbs, they became eager members of Charles Manson's bizarre family.
Independent Lens (1999– )
Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines the Film Get Involved Talkback
Star: Stanley Tucci
Fantastic Forum (2007– )
Women's Portrayals and Women Working in American Comics
The panel discusses women's portrayals and women working in American comics. Plus, Ulysses E. Campbell interviews Jo Chen and a feature on Geppi's Entertainment Museum.
The Sweet Spot: A Treasury of Baseball Stories (2016– )
Why Can't American Women Play Baseball
14 min | Documentary
Women baseball players, coaches and experts share stories of over a hundred years of gender bias towards females in the US, and the complex social, cultural, and historical factors that continue to fuel the issue today.