The Red Tent Movement


Isadora Gabriella Leidenfrost, PhD talks with Sharon Riegie about her latest movie, Things We Don’t Talk About: Women’s Stories from the Red Tent. This documentary shows the Red Tent Movement and the impact that it is having on women.  Why do women gather? What has encouraged them to come together. What is it that they do?

Having been first involved as a participant, Isadora knew that this was a growing movement that needed to be shown and shared.

About the movie

About Isadora

  • Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost, PhD is trained as both a filmmaker and as a textile historian. She holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Masters and a PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Isadora has owned and operated Soulful Media, her film production company since 2004 and has produced 12 films since she began. Inspired by multicultural textiles and women’s studies, Isadora’s seeks to inspire people and to show them about rare, under studied, and exquisite of traditions from around the world.

Contact information

Screenings

Thanks to Kari Hillery for her marvelous music! One World Kari’s website
And thanks to you for being in the audience. Without you, Weaving the World would not exist!

About Sharon Riegie Maynard

Sharon Riegie Maynard, a radical researcher whose questions lead her to a unique view on the world and the role and men and women can play. She has raised 9 children, works in the unseen realms to impact our physical world with the TAG Matrix system, loves nature, music, art and reading great mystery novels.

Sharon is also the Host of Weaving the World and founding of Weaving the World Media. Weaving the World showcases women as diverse aspects of One voice, the Voice of the New World. Sleeping women have awakened and mountains are being moved to allow space for a new culture based on the values Mothers/Women hold sacred.

m4s0n501