DVA Productions proudly presents Mary Janes: The Women of Weed, a groundbreaking, feature-length documentary film that follows female “ganjapreneurs” as they navigate the budding US marijuana industry. Their experience with the medical, legal, technical, scientific and business aspects of cannabis paint a multidimensional portrait of the emerging and influential group of female pot entrepreneurs.
The film is directed and produced by multi-award-winning filmmaker Windy Borman (The Eyes of Thailand and The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia).

Recent Press for MARY JANES: THE WOMEN OF WEED

  • Not only does “Mary Janes: The Women of Weed” promise to be one of the best documentaries addressing social injustice, gender inequality, and marijuana you’ll ever see, it promises something much more important: hope for real, tangible, attainable change.

    – Massroots
  • Director Windy Borman profiles the female ganjapraneurs addressing the complex issues in the cannabis movement. From racial disparities in marijuana arrests to cannabis’ classification as a Schedule I drug, this diverse group of women plays an active role in these debates.

    – Cannabis Now
  • Far from simply creating a film about weed, [Director Windy] Borman aims to delve into the intermarriage between cannabis and environmentalism, gender parity, and social justice.

    – Civilized
  • Borman's newest foray into steadfast action in difficult circumstances focuses on several female pioneers in the burgeoning legal-marijuana movement and economy.

    – The Kind

Mary Janes Videos

Gender Parity in the Cannabis Industry

What is a Puffragette?

Puffragettes Cheer for Cannabis

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Funding Provided By

Harvey and Phyllis Sandler Foundation

Alexander (z”l) and Valerie Viterbi Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation

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