Malala Yousafzai became a symbol of hope for millions of girls around the world when she stood up to the Taliban to demand her right to an education. Her friends, Shazia and Kainat, were also injured in the same attack and – unlike Malala – have remained in the Swat Valley, under constant police protection. In this film, director Mohsin Abas travelled there to meet Malala’s friends and investigate the deteriorating situation of women’s rights.
They are aged between 12 and 24. They have grown up in a world with increasing droughts, floods, fires. And they share a common fight: the climate emergency.More info
Like all Israeli youth, Atalya is expected to become a soldier. Unlike most, she questions the practices of her country’s military, and becomes determined to challenge this rite of passage.More info
This is the unknown story of a century of Arab feminism. We see how female emancipation has been shaped by the forces of nationalism and colonialism and hear from the Muslim women who are fighting for their liberation.More info