Women Outward Bound

It was tough. It was beautiful. It changed these girls in 1965 forever

 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.

a documentary by Maxine W. Davis

AWARDS

Best Youth Adventure - Waterwalker Film Festival (Paddling Canada)-2017
Best Documentary - Reel Paddling Film Festival (Palmer Rapids, ON)-2017
Honorable Mention - Big Water Film Festival (Ashland, WI) -2016
Best Feature Documentary - Chagrin Documentary Film Festival (Chagrin Falls, OH) -2016
Best Feature - Maine Outdoor Film Festival (Portland, ME) -2016
Best Film - Milwaukee Women's Film Festival (Milwaukee, WI) -2016
Best Historical Documentary - Artemis Women in Action Film Festival (Beverly Hills, CA) -2016

NOMINATIONS

Aqua-Bound People’s Choice Award- Reel Paddling Film Festival - 2017
Best Documentary Category- Julien Dubuque International Film Festival -2016