All films shown on Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 will be shown at:

National Liberty Museum
321 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
https://www.libertymuseum.org/
215-925-2800
Admission: $10
Student Admission w/ID: $8

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THE HELLO GIRLS (w/ Pieces & Pieces short film)
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 6:00 PM
FEATURE DOCUMENTARY | 57 MIN | USA
Directed by James William Theres
General Admission $10 | Student + Children $8

In 1918, the U.S. Army Signal Corps sent 223 women to France as telephone operators to help win the Great War. They wore Army uniforms and swore Army oaths. They were intrepid, united in a common cause. Like Joan of Arc before them, they wanted to save France. By war’s end, these women, known affectionately as the Hello Girls, had connected over 26 million calls.

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PIECES AND PIECES
Short Narrative | 17 min | USA
Directed by Alyssa M. Pearson

A veteran struggles to adapt back into the life she thought she was fighting for.

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WHO RUNS THE WORLD?
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 8:00 PM
Shorts Program | 85.5 MIN
General Admission $10 | Student + Children $8

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A LAND SHAPED BY WOMEN
DOC SHORT | 26 MIN | France
Directed by Anne-Flore Marxer

The movie is an inspirational depiction of their journey across Iceland, where the two Freeride World Champions explore the country in a van through the adventure sports they are passionate about: snowboarding and surfing. On the road they meet inspirational Icelandic women to understand their mindset living in a country with a rich history in gender equality.

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MACDELLA
DOC SHORT | 9 MIN | USA
Directed by Aliya Naumoff

A 40 year old single mother of three returns to her homeland of Liberia to run for President. In a country torn by war, disease, and corruption, she perseveres against her 19 male opponents, including the father of her youngest child, a famous African soccer player.

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LIKE DOLLS, I'LL RISE
DOC SHORT | 28.5 MIN | France
Directed by Nora Philippe

200 one-of-a-kind Black dolls, a work of powerful original poetry, and never-before seen archival materials combine to tell a story of love, survival, and identity.

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THE BIG FIVE DIVE
DOC SHORT | 22 MIN | USA
Directed by Elizabeth Kaiser

This short adventure documentary follows a group of women as they attempt to SCUBA dive one historic site in all five Great Lakes within the span of 24 hours. Directed by Elizabeth Kaiser, and filmed by a mostly female crew, these women show that there is a place for everyone under the water.