America's Woman - a journey into the heart of America's past and future - is currently in the late stages of post-production and is expected to be released later this year after almost three years of work. Already being called "a thought-provoking exploration of America's past, with timely and relevant implications for the present and future of the United States," America's Woman provides an in-depth exploration of how George Washington's vision for America and its independence is at present impacting the country, with the need for healing at all levels of the nation. The film is written and directed by Maltese-American filmmaker Marcelle Abela, who also serves as one of the producers alongside Charles Thompson.
The cast includes notable and diverse figures such as John Koopman III, Bonnie V. Kiefer, Adam Carrizales, Ben Koschella, Nick Denton, Andrew Card, and others. The film also features historical figures like John F. Kennedy, Wamsutta Frank James, Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King Jr., among others. An Avinu Films production, the documentary is brought to life by narrators Chepi Anthony Miller and Warren Wilcock, who provide historical and cultural context and commentary. Original music for the film, which blends classical, folk, and native elements, is composed by Marcelle Abela and David Ternyik.