Fifty years ago, girls were not allowed to participate in the rigorous U.S outward bound wilderness school until 24 women broke that barrier. Find out how one month of surviving in the woods changed them…and history…forever
"Max talks about her film Women Outward Bound and its growth from a desire to reunite. She also talks briefly about the five stories that mean the most to her. Co-Producer, Director, Co-Screenwriter [34:55]" Original Post HERE
cineMN interviewed Maxine Davis about her film Women Outward Bound for the MSPIFF. Fifty years ago girls were not allowed to participate in the Outward Bound Wilderness School. But that all changed in 1965 when a Minnesota Outward Bound class was opened to young women.