Scott Thigpen; Tom Cappello; Sheila C Johnson; Unify Films.; Crazy Legs Productions.; CARE (Firm)
|语言注释：||In Bambara, Bosnian, French and Vietnamese, with titles and subtitles in English.|
|注意：||Bonus features include: A powerful noise live! (video of a panel discussion moderated by Ann Curry with panelists Madeleine K. Albright, Nicholas Kristof, Natalie Portman, Christy Turlington Burns, and CARE president and chief executive officer Helene Gayle, 63 min.); two public service announcements from CARE; "The girl effect" public service announcement; facts and trivia.
Includes DVD-ROM feature: Discussion guides.
|制作人员：||Executive producer, Sheila C. Johnson ; editor, Jennifer Fineran ; directors of photography, Nick Higgins, Richard Ladkani ; original music, Miriam Cutler.|
|演员：||No credits available.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (80 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|详述：||DVD (NTSC); widescreen version enhanced for 16x9 televisions; Dolby digital 5.1 surround : Dolby stereo.; Computer with DVD-ROM drive and Adobe Acrobat Reader necessary for DVD-ROM feature.|
|其他题名：||Powerful noise live!
Sheila C. Johnson presents A powerful noise
|责任：||Sheila C. Johnson presents ; a film by Scott Thigpen & Tom Cappello ; directed by Tom Cappello ; produced by Scott Thigpen ; a Unify Films production in association with Crazy Legs Productions.|
"Hanh is an HIV-positive widow in Vietnam. Nada, a survivor of the Bosnian war. And Madame Urbain works in the slums of Bamako, Mali. Three very different lives. Three vastly different worlds. But they share something in common: Power. These extraordinary women are each overcoming barriers to rise up and claim a voice in their societies. Through their strength and the ability to empower others, Hanh, Nada and Madame Urbain are sparking remarkable changes. Fighting AIDS. Educating girls. Rebuilding communities."--Container.
在线教育媒体评论（Educational Media Reviews Online） (1)
(公布的EMRO用户 2011-01-07 )
Building on the argument that women and girls are the most impoverished group in the world, this documentary shows the discrimination, exploitation and maltreatment women and girls experience as a result of this profound poverty and what can be done about it. According to the film, 60% of the worldâs...