Wednesday, February 16, 2011

The History of the Universe as Told by Wonderwoman



The production of an independent film, titled above, depends on the filmmakers raising $10,000 by the end of the month. As a Wonder Woman fan since 1957, I'm looking forward to seeing this film, and I even donated. You can too.

This is how the filmmakers describe their project:

The goal of the film is to explore how female heroes have fared in popular culture. We're using Wonder Woman as the central figure in this story, as she's the rare example of a female hero who doesn't require rescue and determines her own actions and adventures. The film not only serves as an inquiry into our evolving values about women as agents of strength, authority and leadership, but also reminds us of our common need -- no matter our gender, race, class or sexual orientation -- for stories that tell us we can all be heroes.


You can donate as little as a dollar or as much as you want. $35 or more gets you a free signed DVD of the completed movie. Watch the trailer. You'll be hooked.

2 comments:

Kori said...

Hello,

As a supporter of woman's rights and an advocate of empowering women, I wanted to reach out to you and see if you were interested in an article that I have recently written.

This article discusses some of the issues surrounding this idea, as well as current efforts to improve the lives and livelihoods of women from an educational, social and economic stance.


Kori Bubnack
k.bubnack@gmail.com

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