Women Changing the World

When women are heard, they will change the world. With that in mind, we gathered this exclusive special collection to feature some of our best – and most inspiring – films, interviews and documentaries. These hand-picked videos feature some of today’s most influential female visionaries and thought leaders, who have made it their calling to create positive and lasting change for women today. From rural Southwest China to the steps of the U.S. Capitol, these videos are sure to motivate, move and inspire you.

Titles In This Collection

Jane's Journey
106 minutes
It would be hard to name anyone who has had more of an impact in the realm of animal research and wildlife conservation than Jane Goodall. Here is an inspiring portrait of the private person behind the world-famous icon.
Only available in United States
Women Bringing Forth Spiritual Change: A Spiritual Trilogy
In this 3-part series, Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Roberta Cantow explores spirituality with women who are active in bringing forth change.
Barbara Marx Hubbard on Co-Creating ChangeInspirations
55 minutes
Can we, as a society, evolve by choice, not by change?
Available worldwide
Becoming a Woman in Zanskar
87 minutes
The true and moving story of a friendship shattered by destiny when two young girls in the remote Himalayan kingdom of Zanskar have to part and leave their village and their families forever.
Only available in Canada, United States
Fierce Light: When Spirit Meets Action
98 minutes
Capturing the excitement of spiritual activism that is catalyzing the planet, Fierce Light illuminates the connection between spirituality and social change. Luminaries such as Alice Walker, John Lewis and Noah Levine tell us ...
Only available in Canada, United States
78 minutes
Successful Hollywood director Tom Shadyac speaks with intellectual and spiritual leaders about what's wrong with our world and how we can improve both it and the way we live in it.
Only available in Canada, United States
85 minutes
A stunning look at the world’s most pressing problems through the eyes of nine Nobel laureates.
Only available in Canada, United States
Two Angry Moms
60 minutes
Food fight! Parents can make a difference in America’s school lunchrooms, getting rid of the trans fats, sugar and food dyes and advocating for healthy ingredients and healthy children. Two Angry Moms shows the way.
Only available in Canada, United States
Baby Catchers of the Amazon
52 minutes
Deep in the Amazon basin, where it is too far to drive to the nearest hospital, special women fulfill the vital roles of midwife, healer and spiritual mother to generations of expectant mothers.
Only available in Canada, United States
Women Bringing Forth Spiritual Change:  Video
Bloodtime – Claiming the TerritoryWomen Bringing Forth Spiritual Change: A Spiritual Trilogy
21 minutes
Bloodtime – Claiming the Territory brings to light the ironies embedded in a culture that seems simultaneously repelled by, yet drawn to, images of blood in television shows, movies and video games.
Only available in Canada, United States
Lynne Twist and the Soul of ActivismInspirations
88 minutes
Lynne Twist is the living embodiment of the committed life. The co-founder of the Hunger Project, the Soul of Money Institute, the Pachamama Alliance and, most recently, the 4 Years Go project, she works tirelessly to build a ...
Available worldwide
Women Bringing Forth Spiritual Change:  Video
Moontime – Celebrating the BlessingWomen Bringing Forth Spiritual Change: A Spiritual Trilogy
36 minutes
Moontime – Celebrating the Blessing incorporates documentary content and visually poetic elements to celebrate a girl's entrance into womanhood.
Only available in Canada, United States

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bright new day, posted on October 28, 2013

One problem I have that is really frustrating is that when I click to read more than a one liner about the video I am about to watch, the larger paragraph appears (which I really want to read) but it flips right into the video leaving me NO TIME to read about the video beforehand--to see whether I choose to watch it or not. Please let these overviews of the video stay on longer so that we can read them. I also do miss the Search function you had before. I wish you had full list of the names of the videos and that we could click on the name and get the video page with the review of it. I have so little idea which videos come under which category (except for the food and nature ones). Many are repeated in different categories. I think we viewers are baffled by this organization. We do want the Search function returned, and I'd like a written out list of all videos, alphabetically listed, containing the names of the main interviewees. That way we will be able to find what we are looking for. Thanks so much. Many videos seem to need buffering all the time. I don't know if this is your problem or mine, but it is really frustrating. It didn't used to do this. Can you clear up some of these problems please? Thanks. I am a huge fan, but with the new frustrations, I can't take the time to find what I'm looking for. Gloria Orenstein

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