This is a great film. When I saw it with some friends at a theater our eyes welled up multiple times. The director was a part of the early feminist movement in the arts and is not trying to create an unbiased or neutral film. This is told from the inside, from her particular position, which gives the work its own kind of authenticity. It is not claiming to be about the entire movement, so perhaps your favorite artist is left out. And some of the newer "feminist" artists haven't really stood the test of time. Even so it's important to remember that in just one small generation women and women artists have come a long way, and simultaneously have not come far enough. Young artists would do well to see this, both to know their history and to know when they are repeating it. The footage was shot over the years and reflects an artist' budget at times (not a hollywood budget). Within those constraints it is well done and should not be missed.