|A Girl and a Gun
A film by Cathryne Czubek
76 minutes, documentary, color, English, 2012
Bringing a female perspective to the debate that's raging across the nation, A Girl and a Gun explores the intersection of 'girl power' and firepower. Filmed throughout the U.S., the film delves deep into the American gun world to show the relationship between women and their guns.
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"A fast-paced, nuanced exploration of why women lock and load." - Bust Magazine
"This stereotype-dismantling doc about women and gun culture recognizes there's more to that uneasy relationship than Annie Oakley and lady terminators." - The Village Voice
"A thoroughly entertaining, well-made film... should lead to a healthy – and necessary – public debate on the subject of girls and guns." - About.com
"Thought-provoking...shines light on a worthy subject." - Film Journal
"Timely and prescient, Czubek’s documentary may just be what the doctor ordered: a new approach to discussing gun culture in America — a stereoscopic examination of who owns guns, how they live with them and why they have them." - GALO Magazine
"It is a perfect film for our times." - Andy Morales, American Woman Shooter Magazine
See details about this film's theatrical run.
● Julia Haltigan's A Girl and A Gun theme song music video