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CHINESE CLOSET

Buy INSIDE THE CHINESE CLOSET and receive another selected film from our Gender collection for only $99!

The complexities of gay life in modern China collide at the event where Andy and Cherry first meet-a "fake marriage fair" in Shanghai, where a new, cosmopolitan generation of gay men and lesbian women seek to make a deal with a spouse of the opposite sex. Homosexuality has only recently become legal in China, but morally and practically, life is still difficult. People in Andy and Cherry's generation, the result of the "one child" policy, are under an unbearable pressure to meet the demands of their parents and grandparents. INSIDE THE CHINESE CLOSET is a humorous and compassionate portrait of modern gay life, the eternally difficult relationship between parents and children, and the social, cultural, and moral beliefs in flux in China today.

Buy INSIDE THE CHINESE CLOSET at full price and receive another selected film from our Gender  collection for only $99! See titles and details.

Offer expires 10/27/2017.

 

UNDER THE HUSK

Receive Select Titles from the Native American collection for $99 When You Buy UNDER THE HUSK

Friends since childhood, Kaienkwinehtha and Kasennakohe are members of the traditional community of Akwesasne on the U.S./Canada border. Together, they undertake a four-year rite of passage for adolescents, called Oheró:kon, or "under the husk." The ceremony had been nearly extinct, a casualty of colonialism and intergenerational trauma; revived in the past decade by two traditional leaders. Filmmaker Katsitsionni Fox has served as a mentor to many youth going through the rites of passage. Fox shares two girls' journey through adolescence, as they rise to the tasks of traditional practices, survival skills and contemporary teachings about sexual health and drug and alcohol prevention. UNDER THE HUSK is a personal story of two Mohawk girls on their journey to become Mohawk women.

Buy UNDER THE HUSK at full price and receive another selected film from our Native American collection for only $99! See titles and details. Expires 9/12/17.

 

 

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Native Visions: Through the Eyes of Indigenous Women

This powerful collection of native voices features two films from the acclaimed Mohawk director Tracey Deer including CLUB NATIVE and the coming-of-age documentary MOHAWK GIRLS. Also included is the critical and heartbreaking tale of aboriginal femicide FINDING DAWN, as well as the spirited and vibrant Southwestern artists’ film, THE DESERT IS NO LADY, and the highly provocative identity piece NAVAJO TALKING PICTURE. These are diverse, dynamic, essential native visions, straight from the cameras of some of today’s most compelling women directors. More details.



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