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Like A Woman

A film about women who are breaking barriers in male-dominated professions.

  • Gail Mooney
    Opening Our Eyes
  • Gail Mooney
    Opening Our Eyes
  • Gail Mooney, Tom Kelly
    Opening Our Eyes
  • Natalie Jones, Simona De Silvestro, Taylor Laverty, Patrice Banks, Judaline Cassidy, Deb Larson, Jenna Close, Olivia Sebesky, Wendy Crockett, Shonda Warner, Barbara Van Cleve
    Key Cast
  • Gail Mooney, Tom Kelly, Mike Loomer
  • Gail Mooney, Erin Harper
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    52 minutes 17 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 29, 2020
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Gail Mooney

Gail Mooney is co partner of Kelly/Mooney Productions, a visual communications company based in the NYC metro area. Gail has over 30 years of experience, shooting for international magazines, major corporations, and institutions. Her clients have included: National Geographic, Smithsonian and Travel & Leisure to name a few.

A lifelong storyteller, Gail Mooney began her visual storytelling as a photographer. In 1999 Gail began producing and shooting video projects. She has produced three short documentaries: Freedom’s Ride – a story about two diverse groups of high school students retracing the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960’s, The Delta Blues Musicians and Through the Hearts and Hands of Children – a film about the NJ Youth Symphony.

Her first feature length documentary, Opening Our Eyes was a joint project with her daughter Erin Kelly. They circled the globe seeking ordinary people who are making our world a better place – one person at a time.

Her latest film, Like A Woman is about women who are breaking barriers and working in male-dominated professions.

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Director Statement

My true passion is to use my craft, be it still photography or motion, to create awareness and effect positive change. I made the documentary Like A Woman, because I have been the only woman in the room my entire career. I want to inspire young girls and other women to pursue the career of their dreams. Anything is possible.