A decorated Marine from a military family, Alex is unexpectedly discharged from duty when authorities discover she is a lesbian.
In a small apartment in Buenos Aires, an old woman eagerly awaits the birth of her grandchild and all the joys of becoming a grandmother.
All She Can
In Benavides, Texas, petite girls can deadlift 280 pounds, military recruiters roam high school halls, and a patriotic Mexican-American community that has been there since before it was Texas struggles with a collapsing economy.
Ann Richards’ Texas (Sneak Preview)
Ann Richards’ Texas is a new feature-length documentary about the late Texas Governor Ann Richards (1933 -2006) one of the most beloved Democratic politicians of her day.
Apache 8 tells the story of an all-women firefighter crew from the White Mountain Apache Tribe who have been fighting wildfires in Arizona and throughout the U.S. for over 30 years.
Poetry, politics, madness, and desire collide in the true story of Ingrid Jonker, the woman hailed as South Africa’s Sylvia Plath.
This political drama, the latest Danish television sensation, follows the complicated life of 40-year-old political leader Birgitte Nyborg Christensen, the first female Prime Minister of Denmark.
This visually stunning film set in contemporary Tehran is writer-director Maryam Keshavarz’ first feature film.
Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock
Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock tells the story of a forgotten civil rights activist, Daisy Bates who became a household name in 1957 in her assistance of the nine black students who fought for the right to attend the all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Equality, I am Woman
This inspirational film of the 1970 Women’s Strike for Equality features the music of Helen Reddy, narration by Gloria Steinem and Jacqui Ceballos, President of Veteran Feminists of America, with excerpts from Betty Friedan’s speech in Bryant Park.
Gloria: In Her Own Words
Gloria: In Her Own Words blends interviews, press clippings, photographs and archival footage to chronicle Gloria Steinem’s emergence as a driving force in the modern women’s liberation movement.
Harriet Tubman returns to modern times to emancipate young male rappers who use the “N” word as a term of endearment. (She believes they have enslaved themselves with their disrespect of their ancestors.