This lively and moving documentary follows nine diverse teenage girls (and a lone boy) who travel from San Francisco to Seneca Falls, New York, to perform their original play at a weeklong celebration marking the birth of the women's rights movement in America. Part teenage road trip, part stunning history lesson, the film is, above all, an awakening of young hearts and minds. Directed by Peabody and duPont Award-winning filmmaker Louise Vance, Seneca Falls aired on more than 150 PBS stations across the U.S. and Canada, often in prime time, and has been screened in film programs and International Women's Day events at venues around the world.
"A beautiful film." - Marie Wilson, Founder, The White House Project
"Fascinating to see and hear." - Nick Clooney, Cincinnati Post
"A provocative film. I loved it." - Christiane Amanpour, Chief International Correspondent, CNN
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This funny, moving contemporary documentary follows nine diverse teenage girls (and a lone boy) who travel from San Francisco to the village of Seneca Falls, New York to stage their original play before a national audience. The troupe joins tens of thousands gathered at a weeklong celebration mar...