The wild success of Seattle’s very first GeekGirlCon proved that the days of girls sitting demurely in the background of nerd culture are over. Wonder Women documents the long road that women have traveled in order to find their own heroes, interviewing a chorus of awesome feminists (Gloria Steinem and Kathleen Hanna among them) who critically examine (and, when appropriate, effusively praise) the female hero’s journey, from Wonder Woman through Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It’s a fun, empowering documentary about the never-ending battle against the rampant forces of chauvinist assholism. (Harvard Exit, 807 E Roy St,, 6 pm, $11)