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About the film

Taking a look behind the headlines of #MeToo and Times Up, NEVERTHELESS follows the intimate stories of 7 individuals who have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace or school context. From a writer's assistant on a top TV show to a Tech CEO and 911 dispatcher, the film shines a light on the ways in which we can shift our culture and rebuild.




1h 20m




Sarah Moshman


Sarah Moshman

Executive Producer

Evan Segal, Tracy Segal, Lynn Webb, Samantha Goodman, Ralph Neukirchen , Scilla Andreen


Peter Saroufim, Jillian Abood, Alana Fickes


Matt McGorry, Dr. Caroline Heldman, Dr. Jackson Katz

Awards & recognition

The Telly Awards

Silver Telly Award - General Workplace Culture, Non-Broadcast

The Telly Awards

Silver Telly Award - Craft of Directing, Sarah Moshman

American Film Showcase

Official Selection 2020-2021

Cinematters: NY Social Justice Film Festival

Official Selection

The Lake County Film Festival

Official Selection

Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival

Official Selection

Women's Voices Now Film Festival

Official Selection

Moscow International Film Festival

Official Selection

What people are saying

This film is an educational jewel. Nevertheless provides a balanced approach to telling the difficult and real stories of harassment and responses to these situations. The context provided fosters discussions rather than blame and reinforces the critical importance of the issues and the need for progress. As we continue to commit to the work to enhance the quality of life for all, Nevertheless informs our views of inclusion, diversity, and our shared humanity. Thank you for documenting these journeys so well.

Faye Gilbert, Ph.D.

Dean, Maine Business School, University of Maine

This particular film, Nevertheless, I would argue is the most important film of the last decade when it comes to really unpacking gender injustice. Director and filmmaker Sarah Moshman does this through an intersectional lens, one that focuses on the ways in which women's various experiences link to different forms of oppression and what we can do to rise up and combat this.

Dr. Caroline Heldman

Professor and Vice President of Research and Insights, Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media

Every employer should screen this film. Integrating law, psychology and social science, Nevertheless powerfully explores vital lessons concerning harassment prevention overlooked by traditional training programs.

Glen Kraemer

Founding Partner, Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP

Nevertheless was an eye-opening experience, even for me. It was heartbreaking to see what some of the people in the film have gone through without justice being served. But then seeing that their struggles have become a rallying cry to create new laws and a gateway for those who follow in their path… it gives me hope. This film should be required in all sex education classes and for all HR sexual harassment training!

Brenda Chapman

Academy Award-winning Director of “Brave”

In the film NEVERTHELESS, Sarah captured the anguish that so many feel when an entire system refuses to recognize them solely for their intellect, passion, and humanity. I was ready to be influenced but the film goes further by giving us a glimpse into ourselves too. Discrimination, harassment, and marginalization are not women’s issues. They are all of our issues as individuals, leaders, and members of society. Every person should see this film and think about the loss to our communities, cultures, and even the economy when we marginalize others.

Teresa A. Bennett

Assistant Vice Chancellor Office of Community Engagement, IUPUI

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