Women

20 Seconds of Joy

"I don't want to die, I want to live. I'm pretty good at running away, and this is my escape!" This is how Karina Hollekim describes her dedication...

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Away from the Tribe's Center

This is a story of six men and women who established in the 70s a Jewish-Palestinian Marxist movement named "The Workers Alliance" and attempted...

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Born Again

Born Again is a documentary by and about one woman’s 30-year search to come to terms with her true sexual identity while growing up in an ultra-religious...

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The Breast Cancer Diaries

For ten years, Ann Murray Paige covered the news--but for the biggest story of her life she turned the camera on herself. When Murray-Paige,...

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Captive Hearts

Seven women in love with jail inmates: a story of dedication, restrictions and hopes.

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Damned to Heaven

Damned to Heaven documents the Fundamentalist Latter Day Saints (FLDS), a polygamist religious sect on the Utah/Arizona border headed by Warren...

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Daughters of Wisdom

In remote, rural Tibet, Buddhist nuns live as nomadic subsistence farmers and herders as they struggle to eat and survive. The nuns of Kala...

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The Execution of Wanda Jean

THE EXECUTION OF WANDA JEAN chronicles the last three months of Wanda Jean Allen's life, which culminated in her death by lethal injection on...

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Family Inc.

When filmmaker Emily Ting was asked by her father to return to Asia and take over the family business, she didn’t exactly know how to say ‘no.’...

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Gender Trouble

In this lyrical and moving documentary, four intersex women tell their stories with astonishing bravery and candour. Set against beautiful yet...

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The Happy Hooker: Portrait of a Sexual Revolutionary

XAVIERA HOLLANDER, "THE HAPPY HOOKER": PORTRAIT OF A SEXUAL REVOLUTIONARY is about one of the world's most important sexual icons. Through interviews...

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Harvest

The blood, sweat and tears that go into every bottle of wine.

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Heart of Fire

After spending the first ten years of her life in a Catholic orphanage, the young and fiery Awet excitedly learns that she is soon to be reunited...

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I'm Not Filipina

Six year old Krisel is a blind girl of Filipino origin. Born in the back room of a house in Israel, she was deserted by her birth mother. Together...

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Kickass Katie Lee

Meet Katie Lee, the 96-year-old activist who opposed the Glen Canyon Dam and has forever been its immutable warrior in this uplifting short.

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The Law

A fascinating drama about a fascinating woman, skilled politician and resolute fighter for women's rights!

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Lucky Ducks

One mother's search to find out why privileged children are the most unhappy leads her on a quest for understanding with her fifteen-year-old...

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Marion's Triumph

In 1938 the Blumenthals began their journey to America as refugees from Nazi Germany. Just before departing from Rotterdam, the Germans invaded...

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The Milk Trial

Based on a true story, a young Jewish girl living in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco gives birth to a baby from her forbidden love.

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The Nazi Officer's Wife

Edith Hahn was an outspoken young woman studying law in Vienna when the Gestapo forced her into the Jewish ghetto. Knowing she would become a...

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Rachel is

Charlotte Glynn moves home to chronicle her sister Rachel's last year in school. Rachel is developmentally disabled and Rachel Is documents the...

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Recognition (Hakara)

An intimate portrait of surprisingly different women in a war stricken land.

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Resilience

Resilience follows a Korean birth mother and her American son as they reunite and attempt to build a relationship after 30 years apart.

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The Return

How do you build your identity when your past has been stripped away?

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Sister Wife

In 1969, weary of the harsh way of life in the U.S. ghettos and motivated by a sense of lack of origin, a number of African-Americans moved to......

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Some Nudity Required

Directed, produced, and scored by Odette Springer, the film marks Springer's career in the B-movie industry and explores the conflicts and complexities...

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Songs for Cassavetes

A look at the do-it-yourself world of underground music from the perspective of those who make it happen. Inspired by a quote from late director...

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Speaking in Strings

An Academy Award Nominee for Best Documentary 2000, World premiere at Sundance 1999, SPEAKING IN STRINGS is a rhythmic, often humorous film about...

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Steal a Pencil for Me

1943: Holland is under Nazi occupation. In Amsterdam, Jack, an unassuming accountant, first meets Ina at a birthday party - a 20-year-old beauty...

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The Sturgeon Queens

The story of the famed Lower East Side smoked fish emporium Russ & Daughters and the Jewish immigrant family who has run it for 100 years and...

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Surviving Hitler: A Love Story

A Jewish teenager and an injured soldier join a doomed plot to kill Hitler.

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Tangled Up in Bob

"Bob Dylan may be the Shakespeare of our time," says BJ Rolfzen, Dylan's high school English teacher. Even Shakespeare had parents and a home...

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Three Voices (Diario a Tres Voces)

We are always told that love lasts forever like in children’s fairy tales, but the reality is that people change and relationships expire....

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The Tour Guide

A look at the life and work of Nirit Ben Joseph, an Israeli immigrant in Germany who gives ‘Holocaust’ tours at key historical sites.

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Transit

Transit examines what it means to be a family and what it means to be a stranger, within one's home and in a foreign land.

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Where My Heart Beats

Swedish Journalist and former refugee, Khazar Fatemi, returns to her childhood country of Afghanistan for the first time in 20 years.

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Wherever You Go

Two women's lives change when Zuhara, on her way to her sister's wedding even though she's estranged from her Orthodox family, picks up Neriman,...

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Why We Wax

WHY WE WAX is a hilarious look at modern culture’s obsession with hair removal. With a light touch, through countless interviews, including...

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