Documentaries to Watch for Women's History Month
As we finish up our blog posts about Women’s History Month, we hope you’ve been enlightened with reading about how you can take the spirit of the month-long celebration to heart. Keep that going by watching a documentary about women and some of the issues many face. Watch in your Liv Avenida apartment here in Chandler, AZ.
“Jackie Kennedy Onassis remains to this day iconic, a figure of high fashion and tragedy. Her sister Lee however is less well-known. Yet it is impossible to understand one without the other, their lives were intertwined - through rivalry and resentment, love and loss.”
“This documentary uses the recordings Princess Diana made for the book that was written by Andrew Morton. In this documentary Diana narrates her life and the events that surrounded her.”
“A documentary about fashion icon Iris Apfel from legendary documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles.”
“A sobering documentary showing teenage girls in the U.S. being victims of sexual assault by their male classmates/friends. It also covers the unfortunate trend that the system tends to minimize or even dismiss these cases, resulting in the victimized girls not receiving justice. To make matters worse, these girls often ended up getting bullied (both in school as well as online) for being rape victims.”
“A documentary that resurrects the buried history of the outrageous, often brilliant women who founded the modern women's movement from 1966 to 1971.”
What other titles would you add to our list? Let us know by leaving a comment below so we can check them out. Thanks for reading. We hope you enjoy watching these documentaries and appreciating some notable women, on or off the big screen, this month and always.