About Woman Vision
In 1993, Dr. Dee Mosbacher, motivated by the gay-bashing and anti-woman focus of the 1992 Republican National Convention, founded Woman Vision to counteract the right's extremely well-funded and misleading anti-gay media campaigns. Dr. Mosbacher, a practicing psychiatrist in San Francisco, understands the suffering caused by homophobia from a psychological and psychosocial point of view. Her vision as a filmmaker comes from her consciousness as a psychiatrist. She believes that showing transformation—by modeling people who take on difficult issues and change—is the most powerful educational tool you can provide.
Woman Vision Board of Directors
In Memoriam: Eric Rofes (1954-2006) in remembrance of his years of work with our organization and a lifetime of work for social justice movements throughout the country and world.
Woman Vision Staff
Marj Plumb, Administrator
Kevin Waller, Bookkeeper
Silvana Lopez, Assistant to Dee Mosbacher
Filmography: Woman Vision/Dee Mosbacher, MD, PhD
Closets are Health Hazards: Gay and Lesbian Physicians Come Out: A slide tape and video presentation used in medical school human sexuality courses and conferences in the U.S. and Europe. Director/Producer, 1985.
Lesbian Physicians on Practice, Patients, and Power: A 30-minute video sent by the American Association of Physicians for Human Rights to every medical school in the U.S. and Canada. Director/Producer, 1991.
Straight from the Heart: A 24-minute Academy Award-nominated video which addresses the topic of homophobia. Director/Producer, 1994.
Out for a Change: Addressing Homophobia in Women's Sports: A 28-minute video that addresses homophobia in women's sports. Director/Producer, 1995.
All God's Children A 26-minute video which addresses lesbians, gays and spirituality in the African-American church. Director/Producer, 1996.
De Colores: A 28-minute bilingual documentary about how Latino families are replacing the deep roots of homophobia with the even deeper roots of love and tolerance. Executive Producer, 2001.
Radical Harmonies: The Story of Women's Music: A 90-minute video documentary. Director/Producer, 2002.
No Secret Anymore: The Times of Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon: A 1-hour documentary video. Co-Producer, 2006.
Training Rules: A one-hour documentary. Director/Producer, 2009.
Links of Interest
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