Shorts Program I Films: Vámonos, Where We Stand, A Day on my Wheels, Leeches, Dangerous Curves, And Nothing Happened
Shorts Program II Films: Mezzo, Moving Target, I Destini, You Can Go, The Rain Collector, La Cocinera
Director Deborah Esquenazi’s film shows how the intersection of homophobia, racism, and class-bias contributed to the conviction of the San Antonio Four, a group of Latina lesbians, and how these four women successfully fought our flawed justice system.
Holly Hunter plays a mother suffering the loss of her adult son, who sets off on a journey to find answers to the questions surrounding his death.
Sensual and elegant, Summertime follows Carole and Delphine as they fall in love against the backdrop of early feminist activism in 1971, Paris.
The Fits follows Toni, a tomboyish boxer, who lands a spot on an after-school drill team in Cincinnati’s West End. When a mysterious outbreak of fainting spells plagues the team soon after Toni joins the team, she gains a new and frightening perspective of herself.
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.
A young woman in Victorian England confounds ideas of what is appropriate or expected, and finds purpose and maybe even love through science. Inspired by true events, supported by the Alfred P Sloan Foundation.
Inspired by the Black Arts Movement of the 1970s, The Revival is a tour of queer women of color creating modern day spaces for art and resistance.
Emil Ben Shimon’s drama unfolds in an Orthodox community in Jerusalem when an accident during a bar mitzvah celebration leads to a gendered rift in the congregation.
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 workshop will explore unconscious bias, how it manifests within the entertainment industry, and what the industry can do to overcome these barriers and create more opportunities for women.