Episode 83: Why does Feminist Filmmaking Matter?

April 03, 2019


If there’s specific resistance to women making movies, I just choose to ignore that as an obstacle for two reasons: I can’t change my gender, and I refuse to stop making movies.” – Kathryn Bigelow

Are you a fan of women directed films? There is a clear and obvious need for more female directed and produced films. So, we are thrilled to have feminist filmmaker Kelly-Ann Rivera join WokeNFree to share her story and why she became a filmmaker. Don’t forget to share the episode and join the conversation by sharing your comments below!  

Meet Kelly-Ann Rivera 

Kelly-Ann Rivera is a feminist filmmaker with a passion for storytelling. She recently graduated from film studies and plans to go to graduate school to study women, gender, and sexuality studies. She has her own business as an Arbonne Independent Consultant and negotiating her way through life with self-growth and meditation. Additionally, she is the Director of Film Production for Long Island Girl Talk

Connect with Kelly-Ann on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Music Credits:

  • Music Intro/Outro: “Thoughts” by Killah Smilez
  • Music Outro: “Explained” by Killah Smilez
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