Three expectant mothers, including the director, navigate the joys, fears, and complexity of Black motherhood in America.
Pasang gets her first period.
Student activists and educators from Village Leadership Academy campaign to change the name of a park from a slaveholder to abolitionists Anna Murray and Frederick Douglass in Chicago’s North Lawndale neighborhood.
After getting locked out, Mona, a young seasonal worker of Italian origin, tries to fight off the cold while looking for shelter.
Hair stylists in working-class Dublin become accidental vigilantes; to save their community, they have a hair competition to win.
Risking It All for True North
FANNY: The Right to Rock reveals the untold story of a 1960s California garage band co-founded by Filipina American and queer bandmates, which morphed into the ferocious rock group Fanny, the first band of all women to release an LP with a major record label.
Why is it so important to be a boy or a girl?
A transgender female dancer, Shin-mi, gets a call from the Military Manpower Administration, to attend for the Military Service Examination. Shin-mi, with everything in readiness, takes her steps to the Military Manpower Administration.
A story 14 years in the making, I Am Belmaya follows one young woman’s transformational journey from subjugated wife to award-winning documentary filmmaker.
Ida Lupino was the only woman director in the 40s in Hollywood, for almost one decade. She made movies about women, avant garde subjects as rape, bigamy and abortion. In the Directors Guild, she was the only woman in front of 1300 male directors.
A short science fiction film about the reality of access to abortion in the U.S.