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Women are changing the face of today’s fastest growing industry – cannabis. Join filmmaker Windy Borman as she explores the movement to end marijuana prohibition, her own relationship to the plant, and the stereotypes surrounding it. Through a series of empowering and educational interviews with a broad diversity of women leading the industry today, Windy’s own assumptions are transformed as she discovers that cannabis liberation intersects with some of the most urgent social justice issues of our time – including environmental sustainability, ending the War on Drugs and the prison-industrial complex, and the destructive domination of Big Pharma.


  • 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

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Why are women so successful in cannabis, compared to other business sectors? Jane West and other industry leaders explore cannabis and why #puffragettes are leading the way in Mary Janes: The Women of Weed. ... See MoreSee Less

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"Cannabis' distaff leaders are celebrated by Windy Borman in this doc that's making the festival rounds," CelebStoner writes in their film review. "More than three dozen women (including Melissa Etheridge) speak about their roles in the new industry and older movement. Borman's a pot novice, but by the end of the movie, surrounded by several of her subjects, she too becomes a 'puffragette.'"

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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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