All Water Has a Perfect Memory
A film by Natalia Almada, 2001, 19 min., Color/BW
ALL WATER HAS A PERFECT MEMORY is a poignant experimental documentary that explores the effects of tragedy and remembrance on a bi-cultural family. A...
A film by Lillian Jiménez, 2009, 53 min., Color
Antonia Pantoja (1922-2002), visionary Puerto Rican educator, activist, and early proponent of bilingual education, inspired multiple generations of y...
Between the Lines: Asian American Women's Poetry
A film by Yunah Hong, 2001, 60 min., Color
BETWEEN THE LINES offers rare interviews with over 15 major Asian-Pacific American women poets. Organized in interwoven sections such as Immigration, ...
Nalini by Day, Nancy by Night
A film by Sonali Gulati, 2005, 27 min., Color/BW
In this insightful documentary, filmmaker Sonali Gulati explores complex issues of globalization, capitalism and identity through a witty and personal...
Nu Shu: A Hidden Language of Women in China
A film by Yue-Qing Yang, 1999, 59 min., Color
In feudal China, women, usually with bound feet, were denied educational opportunities and condemned to social isolation. But in Jian-yong county in ...
Peggy and Fred in Kansas
Leslie Thornton, 11 min.
A few years older now, our boy and girl heroes mumble and chant their way through mid- America's wasteland. Thornton's interest in the line between la...
Ten Cents a Dance (Parallax)
A film by Midi Onodera, 1986, 30 min., Color
Onodera's three-part reflection on contemporary sexuality and communication uses a split screen device with a new twist. In the first segment, two wom...
A film by Marilu Mallet, 1986, 55 min., Color
In this moving docudrama, Chilean emigre Mallet struggles to make a film about her experience of profound isolation. Her English speaking husband, a p...
A Word in Edgewise
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A film by Heather MacLeod, 1986, 26 min., Color
"A truly articulate, unaffected statement about a basic human activity, this excellent video explains the role of language in shaping behavior. It is ...