Tribeca Film Festival 2020

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Girls Can't Surf (Country: Australia; Year: 2020; Director: Christopher Nelius; Writer: Julie-Anne De Ruvo, Christopher Nelius)
The untold story of how that ragtag bunch of inspired, punk girls broke loose to turn women's surfing into the multi-billion-dollar industry it is today.
Picture A Scientist (Country: US; Year: 2020; Director: Ian Cheney, Sharon Shattuck)
Despite the minimal news coverage, sexual harassment and gender inequality against women are no less prevalent in science than they are in pop culture and corporate America. Picture a Scientist illuminates this uncomfortable truth while also advocating for change.
Women In Blue (Year: 2020; Director: Deirdre Fishel; Stars: Nekima Levy-Pounds, Alice White, Janee Harteau, Melissa Chiodo, Erin Grabosky, Nekima Levy-Pounds, Alice White, Janee Harteau, Melissa Chiodo, Erin Grabosky)
After a high-profile police shooting rocks the Minneapolis Police department, its first female chief is forced to resign. Women in Blue takes a look at policing in America, as it follows the stories of the women officers who carry on the effort to reform the department and restore trust in the community.
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