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Dream, Girl

Special Screening

Erin Bagwell / Feature Documentary / United States of America / 2016 / 61 min / Colour / Bluray
In English / Arabic subtitles
Interests: Documentary
Rated: Parental guidance is advised for viewers under the age of 13. Individuals under the age of 13 are not admitted into cinemas unless accompanied by an individual aged 18 or older.


  • Mon, Mar 26, 07:00 PM, MIA-A

    Rush Sales

    Free screening Limited capacity
    First come first served


The Doha Film Institute, in partnership with the Embassy of Canada in Qatar and the Qatari Businesswomen’s Association, is delighted to present ‘Dream, Girl’, a documentary showcasing the stories of inspiring and ambitious female entrepreneurs.

Through in-depth interviews and access to the daily lives of five incredible entrepreneurs, ‘Dream, Girl’ paints a complex picture of what it means to be a leader. The women in the film speak openly about the struggles and triumphs that come with entrepreneurship for women - from discrimination to self-care, to what it means to start a family and a business at the same time. Each woman has an authentic story unique to her individual experience, yet we learn their stories are interconnected in ways that uplift us all, in business and in life.

About the Director

Erin Bagwell is a filmmaker, graphic designer and feminist blogger who, in 2013, founded Feminist Wednesday, a feminist storytelling blog that serves as a way to share empowering and inspiring stories about and among women. In 2014, she launched a successful Kickstarter campaign, raising over $100,000 to produce her first feature-length documentary, ‘Dream, Girl’. Erin’s story has been featured in Forbes, TED, Vogue, and she was named one of Oprah’s 'SuperSoul100', a list featuring extraordinary individuals who live life intentionally, create great social impact, and bring inspiration to others.


Erin Bagwell
Erin Bagwell, Komal Minhas
Erin Bagwell
Executive Producer
Bous De Jong, Linda Goldstein Knowlton, Joanne Wilson
Sal Mastrocola
Mary Perrino

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