Directed by Kristy Guevara-Flanagan and produced by Kelcey Edwards, Wonder Women! is a fun and warmly witty look at how popular representations of powerful women often reflect society’s anxieties about women’s liberation.
Enter Wonder City and navigate a complex sea of friendships, academic achievement, and the small acts of everyday heroism that define you. Step inside the interactive comic book inspired by the film Wonder Women! and discover your own superpower!
Girls’ games are chock full of stereotypes. Game designer Naomi Clark hopes to change this through her work on Wonder City, a choose-your-adventure game in which high school girls are mysteriously granted superpowers.
Use the superpower that we all possess! Download these standards-aligned lesson plans designed to encourage students to think critically about American popular culture's evolving attitudes toward powerful women and gender.
We spoke with filmmaker Kristy Guevara-Flanagan about her focus on the fascinating evolution and legacy of Wonder Woman, the challenges she faced making the film, and her advice to aspiring filmmakers.
The hero is a key archetype in Western culture, yet heroes have almost invariably been male and white. What happens when women engage in ways of thought and behavior traditionally confined to “masculinity”?