Winnie and Savannah talk about their Creative Collaboration with Emily Nussbaum, New Yorker TV Critic.
I am a Girl!
Every 13-year-old girl dreams of that nice-but-hard-to-get boy, and Joppe is no different. She consults her friend on how to ask Brian out, but how can she tell him that she was born a boy?
With the help of a mystical fox at her side, a young girl avenges her grandfather’s death in this mixed-media tale of innocence, evil and bloodshed.
When a group of Pacific Islander women start a rugby team in East Palo Alto, California, all they have in mind is getting in shape. But this diverse group of women — from teenagers to church-going college students to mothers — find an unexpected sanctuary on the field and new ways to support one another.
A mother’s love for her children knows no bounds but is put in grave danger when she is forced to save her son from his unintended collaboration with Mexico’s dangerous cartels.
Nurses for Africa
A group of nurses from the mid-west are sent to provide free medical treatment to a small village in Zambia, Africa. They quickly learn that their initial expectations were all wrong and that the experience of serving others would make the biggest difference in their own lives.
Off the Rez
Shoni Schimmel, a high-school junior living on the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Oregon, was one of the best high school basketball players in the country.
Oranges and Sunshine
Oranges and Sunshine is the story of Margaret Humphreys, a social worker from Nottingham, England who uncovers one of the most significant scandals in recent times.
Slaying the Dragon Reloaded: Asian Women in Hollywood and Beyond
This documentary revisits Slaying the Dragon (1986), the pioneering film on the media’s representation of Asian women, to determine what has and has not changed in Hollywood and beyond.
T’Ain’t Nobody’s Bizness: Queer Blues Divas of the 1920s
Celebrates the pioneers of blues through interviews with cultural historians, vintage photos, footage, and recordings, narrated by Jewelle Gomez.
Excited by her father’s surprise arrival and determined to see him, 10-year-old Tasnim summons up the nerve to disregard the conservative norms of her Bedouin village.
In this animated short, a film director makes a statement by wearing a dress on the set. In a sweet, tongue-in-cheek way, the film highlights the contradictory messages often sent to women and girls — that they should take on various feminine attributes until they want a job in a “man’s world.”