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December 22, 2011 10:54 AM
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Project of the Day: New Doc Takes on the Trials of the Modern Woman

Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

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An image from "Being Superwoman and Everything in Between"

"Being Superwoman and Everything in Between"

Tweetable Logline:

What challenges do women still face in today's progressive world? @BeingSuperwoman explores this question and much more 

Elevator Pitch:

Being Superwoman, and Everything in Between is a documentary exploring the challenges women face in today's progressive world as they continue to attain success in balancing their careers, relationships, family, and overall happiness. 

Production Team:

Director/Producer: Casey Johnson-Aksoy
Producer: Emily Elizabeth Turner
Cinematographers: Micah Stathis, Katherine Murray-Satchell
Editor: Mathew Grossfeld

About the Production:

Our world is constantly changing, and becoming more progressive everyday, but there are still traditions and ideals that are holding women back. Women have changed the work force. We have changed the perception of traditional family structures, and we’ve even redefined what it means to "have it all". And yet through all these accomplishments, we still struggle to have our voices heard. This film is my chance to tell the stories of everyday women, a dialogue that should include both men and women in order to change the experiences of generations to come. 

Current Status:

Pre-production.

For more information and to support this project:

Film Website
Kickstarter Page

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1 Comment

  • Roderick Johnson | December 26, 2011 4:54 PMReply

    Loved the film in a short time looked at many aspects of being a woman in past present and future. Having three daughters of my own I appreciated the information.