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A WOMAN STILL HAS TO CHOOSE. WHAT IF SHE DIDN’T?
Five women striving to balance their artistic pursuits with raising children.
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"Who Does She Think She Is?," a documentary by Academy Award winning filmmaker Pamela Tanner Boll, features five fierce women who refuse to choose. Through their lives, we explore some of the most problematic intersections of our time: mothering and creativity, partnering and independence, economics and art.

2009

Big Sky Documentary Festival

Official Selection

2008

Tupelo Film Festival

Best in Show

2009

Palm Springs International Film Festival

Official Selection

2008

LA Femme Film Festival

Official Selection

2008

St. Louis International Film Festival

Official Selection

2008

Baltimore Women's Film Festival

Best Documentary

2008

Colony Film Festival

Best of Show

2008

Savannah Film Festival

Best Documentary

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Instead of distributing the film in theaters and offering the DVD for individual sale, we believe that watching Who Does She Think She Is? should be an event that actively brings a community together and facilitates a conversation about mothering and creativity, partnering and independence, economics and art.

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