We Women Warriors (Tejiendo Sabiduría)

Documentary Feature in Spanish with English subtitles
82 minutes ©2012

Educational License

We Women Warriors (Tejiendo Sabiduría)

Educational license includes:

  • Full-color case and printed DVD or Blu-ray
  • Educational Public Performance Rights
  • Study guide available for download here

Important: Please download and read the institutional license agreement. If you are purchasing streaming rights, then please also review the streaming license addendum. By purchasing a license, you are agreeing to abide by these agreements. If you have any questions, please email nicole@wewomenwarriors.com.

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Special Offer: To celebrate Women's History Month, we are offering free Women's History Month Screening Kits with the purchase of an educational license from now through March 2019. The screening kits include:

  • 11”x20” poster of the film
  • How to Host a Screening guide
  • Digital Study guide
  • Postcards of the film

Join us this March to celebrate women warriors across the globe by organizing a screening at your university!

“The moving documentary captures the heroism of native women in Colombia.”
– The Los Angeles Times

“Beautifully crafted. Using weaving as a symbol of female solidarity, with a vibrant soundtrack of traditional tribal songs, Karsin sounds a rare note of hope; her dynamite trio could find favor with audiences worldwide.”
– Variety

“These women are invisible warriors.”
– Women & Hollywood

“Documentarian Nicole Karsin makes a strong debut with this clear-eyed look at indigenous tribes struggling in Colombia. Offering a pacifist definition of “warrior” in a land where the threat of violence defines everything, Nicole Karsin‘s We Women Warriors observes women in three corners of Colombia to show the extent of problems faced by indigenous communities there.”
– The Hollywood Reporter

“This documentary would be useful for any class dealing with indigenous women in Latin America; the war on drugs and coca production; and the ongoing armed conflict in Colombia.”
– Indigenous Film & Video of the Americas

“Highly recommended for classroom use or for anyone who wants to get beyond the headlines in Colombia.”
– Aviva Chomsky, History Department, Salem University

“How can one not respond to someone like tribal leader Flor Ilva?”
– Christian Science Monitor

“Karsin’s intimate film captures a stinging sense of civil wars’ true costs. It provides a metaphor for the inextricable bond between Colombia’s people and their land and culture – and between single mothers widowed by the regional conflict.”
– The Village Voice

“If you want a film that will make you think, this is it.”
– BUST Magazine