Zoe Films, Inc. to produce “Free Lover”, film short. In 1872, Victoria Woodhull campaigned for President of the United States on a platform of “free love & equal rights for men and women,” at a time when women didn’t even have the right to vote!
“I am a prophetess. I am an Evangel. I am a Savior if you could see it, but I too come not to bring peace but a sword.”
The Victoria Woodhull Treasures are Cameo ornaments with Victoria Woodhull archival images designed with a goal to make these historical artworks accessible to a broader audience, including both the NFT and art collectors.
The America’s Victoria Amazon Alexa Skill features over forty audio clips from the documentary which includes interviews with Gloria Steinem, historians and actress Kate Capshaw delivered in bite-size audio clips for users to explore Victoria Woodhull’s themes during her lifetime – she was the first woman to run for US President in 1872 – her poverty stricken childhood, politics, her publishing success, hard times, and her final days in England – to showcase this documentary into a digital, user friendly, voice-activated, entertainment platform.
AMERICA’S VICTORIA, Remembering Victoria Woodhull is a wonderful chronicle of the life of one of the most important and unrecognized women in US history. Although she was a radical suffragist, she refused to restrict her Presidential campaign to the issue of women’s suffrage.
Instead, she advocated a single sexual standard for men and women, legalization of prostitution and reform of marriage. AMERICA’S VICTORIA combines rare archival images, Woodhull’s own words (ready by KATE CAPSHAW), and illuminating interviews with contemporary feminist, GLORIA STEINEM to present a fascinating portrait of this remarkably brave woman.
Victoria & her sister were the first women of Wall Street. They were known as the “Bewitching Brokers!”
Award Winning Film and Stage Actress Christina Leidel, ” Plays Victoria Woodhull in “Free Lover” Film Atlanta, GA /June 13, 2023 /StudioCarlton/ — Award winning
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