The feel good miscarriage movie you didn’t know you needed.
Join this unforgettable group of plus-sized women from around the world as they trek to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Filled with suspense and intensity, this emotional journey will leave you breathless. Some dreams do come true.
Three children in the Bronx navigate the challenges of remote learning.
Three women strive to find their place at a prestigious New England university that may disguise something sinister.
Me and You
33-year-old Amira struggles to find her place in between her Arab and American identities while living with and navigating her relationship with her culturally traditional, yet loving mother.
Militant Mother tells the story of the women of a Vancouver housing project who took on the CNR to ensure that their kids had a safe route to school.
My Grandmother Is an Egg
As a child, my grandmother was given to be raised as a future daughter-in-law. The film reflects upon women’s oppression and struggles for freedom.
Astronaut, forest-keeper, cartoonist. Young Rakel has a whole lot of other plans than becoming a mother. She would rather party, get drunk or stoned instead of sitting hours on the toilet. But she can’t ignore it. Is it her or the baby?
Not The Science Type: Ciara
Dr. Ciara Sivels is a nuclear engineer with Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, and the first black woman to earn a Ph. D from the University of Michigan in nuclear engineering.
Chronicling three years in the life of a young Native American woman, Pure Grit is a thrilling and intimate tale of extreme bareback horse racing, young love and hope when all seems lost.
Queen of Glory
Ghanaian-American Sarah is all set to abandon her Ivy League doctoral program to follow her married lover across the country when her mother dies suddenly and makes her the owner of a neighborhood bookshop in the Bronx.
Real Women Have Curves
Real women take chances, have flaws, embrace life…and have curves. Ana, a first-generation Mexican-American from East L.A., who struggles between her ambition of attending college and her cultural traditions.