Amidst the revolutionary outburst of women who have long been quietened, amidst the rising power of the #MeToo movement and the flourishing of female empowerment Director/Producer Rosemary Reed and her two production partners Corrina McCann and Sophie Morris took up the opportunity and set forth to gather 34 of the most powerful and influential women from a selection of prominent industries, including the world of entertainment, sports, politics, and humanitarianism. In an
The Power of Women Series is a new documentary series set to air on Sky on the 26th of August. This is the time for women to speak, and Rosemary Reed and her two inspirational partners created a platform for all the world to access, in order to hear some of the most powerful stories. Nothing prepared us for the struggles We had to overcome to make this show. I wanted to make a series about powerful, determined, successful women who had just gone for it, to explore what drove them. In the filming of the 34 women in our new series, I saw that we all had a common thread; to survive. We know unequivocally that power only understands power,” said Rosemary.
For the past two years, the media has been swarming with unapologetic women finally coming out to call for their right. We have heard stories of abuse, sexual assault, rape, and violence towards women who have risen from the ashes of their pain. And for the first time in history, society has been reshaped in a way that defines women for who they are; strong and, most importantly, capable. The Power of Women allows us all to reflect on the diverse mix of female experiences and gives us a chance to rewrite the world as we see it.
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Influential, inspiring, and utterly engaging. The Power of Women does not only share the stories of these successful female figures