Anna May Wong: In Her Own Words
A film by Yunah Hong, 2011, 56 min., Color
Anna May Wong knew she wanted to be a movie star from the time she was a young girl—and by 17 she became one. A third generation Chinese-American, she...
Eat the Kimono
A film by Claire Hunt and Kim Longinotto, 1989, 60 min., Color
EAT THE KIMONO is a brilliant documentary about Hanayagi Genshu, a Japanese feminist and avant-garde dancer and performer, who has spent her life defy...
Poetry of Resilience
A film by Katja Esson, 2011, 40 min., Color
Academy® Award nominated director Katja Esson’s (FERRY TALES, LATCHING ON) exquisitely made film explores survival, strength and the power of the huma...
A film by Laura Bari, 2018, 95 min., Color
PRIMAS is an evocative and poetic portrait of two Argentine teenage cousins who come of age together as they overcome the heinous acts of violence tha...
The Rest I Make Up
A film by Michelle Memran, 2018, 79 min., Color
Maria Irene Fornes is one of America’s greatest playwrights and most influential teachers, but many only know her as the ex-lover of writer and social...
A film by Maria Luisa Gambale & Gloria Bremer, Executive Produced by Steven Lawrence, 2011, 60 min., Color
Rapper, singer and activist, Sister Fa is hero to young women in Senegal and an unstoppable force for social change. A childhood victim of female geni...
They Are Their Own Gifts
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A film by Lucille Rhodes and Margaret Murphy, 1978, 52 min., 3 in series, Color
A three volume set of film portraits--Muriel Rukeyser, Alice Neel and Anna Sokolow. The poetry, painting, and dance of these three women is not artis...