GIVE ME AN A: Female Filmmakers Unite In Response To Roe V. Wade With Anthology Feature

The anthology will link together 15 short films in support of bodily autonomy.

By Amber T · @hornbloodfire · September 30, 2022, 2:46 PM EDT
Give Me An A

Often, reality can be scarier than any horror movie.

Give Me An A, an anthology collection of shorts from female filmmakers created in response to the recent overturning of Roe v. Wade, will play at Brooklyn Horror Film Festival as well as FF @Home, the virtual companion to Fantastic Fest.

Brooklyn Horror Film Fest have also announced that 100% of proceeds from the screening will be donated to The New York Abortion Access Fund (NYAAF) to help provide access to reproductive services.

Alyssa Milano (Charmed), Virginia Madsen (Candyman), Gina Torres (Serenity) and Milana Vayntrub (Werewolves Within) all have roles in the film, which spans multiple genres including horror, sci-fi, satire and comedy.

Virginia Madsen - Give Me An A

Give Me An A’s massive and impressive ensemble of directors includes Natasha Halevi, Meg Swertlow, Bonnie Discepolo, Danin Jacquay, Erica May Wright, Annie Bond, Sarah Kopkin, Monica Moore-Suryiage, Caitlin Hargraves, Megan Rosati, Hannah Alline, Avital Ash, Mary C. Russell, Valerie Finkel, Kelly Nygaard, Loren Escandon and Francesca Maldonado.


Outside of the fests, where and when Give Me An A will hit streaming isn't yet known, but you can check out the trailer here: