A Feminist Lens Trailer
ABOUT THE FILM
A Feminist Lens: The Art & Activism of Photographer Joan Roth is an intimate portrait of internationally acclaimed photographer Joan Roth. The film focuses on five decades of Roth’s pioneering photography, in which she used her camera to advocate for homeless women in New York City, documented leaders in the U.S. Women’s Movement from the 1970s through today, and illuminated the diverse lives of Jewish women around the world.
Festivals and Screenings
- Sat, Oct 21Mystic Luxury CinemasOct 21, 4:30 PM – 7:00 PMMystic Luxury Cinemas, 27 Coogan Blvd Ste. 1-B, Mystic, CT 06355, USAMystic Film Festival is an annual event showcasing independent feature-length and short-form narrative films and documentaries from around the world.
Joan Roth has dedicated her life to raising awareness of women’s plight and activism, which is the central focus of this film. Roth, herself a feminist icon, chose to prioritize making women visible versus fame and fortune. The film lifts up the experience of the women’s movement, advocates, and diverse Jewish women worldwide and is narrated by top feminist icons. This film is written and produced by Joan’s daughter to ensure her mother’s legacy in hopes it will be an inspiration to other women who are on the frontlines of today’s challenges for women’s equality and reproductive rights.
Melanie Roth Gorelick (Executive Producer/Writer) and Pamela French (Producer/Director), have been friends since childhood. They came to this project as a work of love to celebrate the life of Joan Roth. They are excited to share this short film about Joan's legacy with the world.
Thank you for the generous donations of, Marjorie Krasnick, The Reba Judith Sandler Foundation, and The Dobkin Family Foundation
Fiscal Sponsor, Jewish Womens Foundation of New York.