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  • “In order for women to become fully human,
    both in our own eyes and in the eyes of others,
    we need to revolutionize the unspoken formal rules of visual representation.
    --Nina Menkes

    BRAINWASHED is located in the middle of the explosive new awareness about women’s...

  • Climate change is upon us, and a global movement is underway to stave off its potentially catastrophic impact on the world in which we live. People are trying to do what’s right, and because we’ve heard all our lives that everything takes sacrifice, we're taking pains to atone. To recycle. To...

  • An old portrait photo of a family of six.

    A cross-cultural montage of stories about women who became breadwinners after their husbands were suddenly no longer around. A school teacher in Oregon, USA... A genocide survivor in Phnom Penh, Cambodia...A field laborer in Chihuahua, Mexico... follow the extraordinary stories of ordinary women...

  • A black and white photo of two African-American man showcasing their stunts.

    Breaking Bones, Breaking Barriers tells a story of diversity, inclusion, and the American dream. The film centers around Ernie Robinson, the Founding President of the (BSA) and the pioneer black stuntmen and women who broke racial, gender and economic barriers and opened doors to diversity in...

  • Sabotage, glamour, death, star power, strong wills and vivid personalities are just some of the elements which factor into the true story behind Rag Wing Derby. On August 18, 1929, twenty brave women set out to fly for nine consecutive days across the United States in the First Women's National...

  • About one of America's leading engineers and how his passion for bridge building contributed to the urbanization of America, transforming cities and commerce through innovation and ingenuity and how eight strategically designed North American superstructures remain globally significant today. It...

  • By custom, thousands of artisans in Mexico still use lead based glazes in their pottery without knowing the damage that this toxic element causes to their health.Herlinda, an indigenous Purepecha potter, is one of the few artisans in her community who uses alternative lead-free glazes. Having...

  • BROOKLYN CASTLE tells the stories of five members of the chess team at a below-the-poverty-line inner city junior high school that has won more national championships than any other in the country. The film follows the challenges these kids face in their personal lives as well as on the...

  • Bulbul: Song of the Nightingale documents the life of a young Banchara girl living off National Highway 79 in Madhya Pradesh, India. Though only eleven years old, Bulbul already stands at a crossroads. The likelihood is high that her parents will soon force her into the longstanding community...

  • A man holding green clock that is labeled 'Bradford Movie Makers'

    A Bunch of British working class amateur filmmakers with nothing left to lose, tackle one of Hollywood's greatest musicals in order to save their beloved Club.

    Britain’s oldest amateur filmmaking club struggles to survive, as its members grow old amid flickering memories and hardships....

  • Burning Man is the definitive American cultural phenomenon of the turn of the century. Defined by active participation, the festival has grown exponentially over its 20-year history, from a handful of spectators to well over 35,000 participants, each with their own sense of what it all means. In...

  • We pass by them everyday on the subway. Sometimes we drop a dollar. Sometimes we stop and listen. But who are these anonymous musicians that play their hearts out day in and day out for little recognition? BUSKING THE SYSTEM is a documentary that explores the world of subway musicians living and...

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