Home Use

*Click here to purchase the film for use at home.

 Whether you are an educator, administrator, parent, student or just someone who wants to learn more about the film, you can use the following discussion and guide to discuss the themes in the film: Discussion Guide.

*Home video DVDs are not licensed for use in universities, schools, public libraries or government agencies – or any public screenings. Please support the filmmakers who made “Wonder Women” by purchasing an educationally licensed DVD or applying for public performance rights HERE if you intend to host a classroom or public screening.

The filmmakers are available for presentations and workshops on issues involving representation of women in the media, media literacy and critical viewing skills, and empowerment through creating your own media. Contact the director, Kristy Guevara-Flanagan at kristy@vaquerafilms.com.

Set up your own screening using our new partnership with Working Films on a special site called ScreeningHQ. This is a one-stop shopping to order the film, set up your screening, access flyers and screening guides, and get the word out. Find our more information HERE!

Wonder Women! hits us right where it counts, offering a nuanced critique of gender and heroism in popular culture… Reveals the complicated negotiations girls and women face as we attempt to achieve confidence, strength, and agency in a society often at odds with those goals.
––Mary Celeste Kearney, Associate Professor of Media Studies, University of Texas at Austin

Channels all of the excitement of reading a comic book into an exhilarating and captivating historical account of the evolution of the media’s first true Girl Power figure, Wonder Woman.
––Sharon R. Mazzarella, Professor of Communication Studies, James Madison University

5 Stars
It’s the personal stories that really got to me. I’m a tough nut to crack in terms of crying at a movie, but when the little girls started talking about what Wonder Woman means to them and how their moms are the real heroes, it was Niagara-fucking-Falls. If you have a daughter, it is a moral imperative that you show her this film as soon as possible.
– Film Threat

Turns what could’ve just been a flat history of a comic book character into a brief study of female empowerment in the last century.
-– Wired.com

If you’re like me, or one of the other 400 women mouthing ‘Yes! Yes!’ during the screening, then WONDER WOMEN! will be candy for your inner feminist.
––Austin Woman Magazine

I thought I knew Wonder Woman, but Kapow! Bam! In true superhero fashion, this film delivered a knock-out blow to my simple set of assumptions.
–Lyn Mikel Brown, Professor of Education, Colby College, and author of Packaging Girlhood

A delicious journey through decades of popular culture [that] interweaves the evolution of women superheroes, from the original Wonder Woman comic through Charlie’s Angels, Buffy, Riot Grrrls and beyond, and the history of modern feminism. It’s a vivid demonstration of the complex relationship between creators and consumers of popular culture.
–Patricia Aufderheide, Director of the Center for Social Media and Professor of Communication, American University

With the narratives of iconic superheroes rooted deep in our psyches, Guevara-Flanagan exposes our cultural obsessions and shifting values through populist mediums and, in particular, the way women’s roles have been reflected over the decades.
-– artsHub

Turns what could’ve just been a flat history of a comic book character into a brief study of female empowerment in the last century.
-– Wired.com

If you’re like me, or one of the other 400 women mouthing ‘Yes! Yes!’ during the screening, then WONDER WOMEN! will be candy for your inner feminist. ––Austin Woman Magazine

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