"People have been really curious... I guess they’re not really used to seeing a totally androgynous girl band.”
"There has been a lot of talk about women's rights and media rights... But we've never seen anything special for women and that's why we've done this."
This Tanzanian miner has a 70-person-strong company, but she built it by pretending to be a man for many years.
“We are capable women, we defend our rights, and we are also contributing to justice in our country."
The Tibeb Girls are Ethiopia's answer to the Powerpuff Girls, fighting Africa's greatest social issues.
“I always try to show that soccer isn’t just for boys, If you’re technically better, you can compensate for being perhaps physically weaker.”
This is an utterly stunning piece of work. Set aside 10-15 minutes and enjoy one of the most cinematic experiences I've found in some time.