• Holiday Sitter (The)
  • Spoiler Alert
  • I Wanna Dance with Somebody
  • Outlaws (The)
  • Mystery Solved
  • Lyra
  • Dice with 5 Sides (A)
  • Br Trans
  • Between Us
  • Till the World Ends
  • Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo!
  • Do Revenge
  • People We Hate at the Wedding (The)
  • Tilos Weddings
  • 1899
  • Warrior Nun
  • Heels Over Wheels
  • Queen of the Deuce
  • Whale (The)
  • Kristina
  • Journey Ahead (The)
  • Tres son multitud, cuatro es un desastre
  • Only (The)
  • Avatar: The Way of Water
  • Disorienting Dick
  • Senior Year
  • Almond and the Seahorse (The)
  • How to Tell a Secret
  • Joyland
  • Young Arsonists (The)
  • Splendid Isolation
  • Révolution Sida
  • Political Bodies
  • Transe
  • 13 Minutes
  • God Forbid
  • Walk-In (The)
  • Bastard Son & The Devil Himself (The)
  • Nettle Bath
  • Neverinland

Shouting Down Midnight

Country: United States, Language: English, 97 mins

  • Director: Gretchen Stoeltje
  • Producer: Maggie M. Bailey, Katy Drake Bettner, Barbara Dobkin, Michael Esposito, Kristi Frazier, Shelby Hadden, Suzanne Lerner, Richard Linklater, Christopher Lucas, Susanne Mason, Mehul Shah, Gretchen Stoeltje, Michelle Voss

CGiii Comment

What happens when a woman's voice is finally heard in the Texas statehouse? Shouting Down Midnight is a film about civic engagement and the fight for reproductive freedom. In 2013, Texas State Senator Wendy Davis stood for 13 hours while she filibustered an anti-abortion bill which would dramatically restrict Texas women's access not just to abortion, but to needed health care services. Our characters are women whose letters Davis read during the filibuster, Davis herself, and one young activist who chose her fate that day. Since then, we've followed these women to understand how that day changed their lives, and why the fight for reproductive freedom is more important than ever.


Cast & Characters

Wendy Davis (as Self)