Across the Line is an immersive virtual reality experience to put viewers in the shoes of a patient entering a health center for a safe and legal abortion.
In this lyrical VR film, Sidra, a charming 12-year-old girl, guides you through her daily life in her temporary home: The Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan.
Come learn from Patricia Riggen, a truly inspiring director who has directed films including the Chilean miners saga The 33, Girl in Progress, La Misma Luna (Under the Same Moon) and Miracles from Heaven.
Based on the award-winning novel by Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale tells the story of Offred (Elisabeth Moss), one of the few remaining fertile women in the dystopia of Gilead, who must fight to survive in a totalitarian society that treats women as state property.
The recent women’s march and opposition to the President’s Executive Order banning immigrants to the U.S. has unleashed activism across the nation. Please join us for a town hall discussion on how to harness this activism to build a new movement for social change.
This is the story of Decontee Davis, an Ebola survivor who uses her immunity to care for orphaned children in her Liberian village.
This film uncovers the forgotten stories of women who were at the helm of Hollywood during its golden age. A panel following the film will ask why these remarkable women are overlooked, and how that impacts current conversations on gender inequity in the industry.
How it Feels to Be Free is a feature length documentary illustrating how trailblazing black female entertainers fought for civil rights through their artistic work and political actions.
Netizens exposes the proliferation of cyber harassment faced by women, spreading from the web to the most intimate corners of their lives.
This feature documentary tells the untold story of Palestinian women who formed a clandestine network in the spring of 1988 to lead a vibrant nonviolent social movement that put the Palestinian people on the map.