A Better Man
A film by Attiya Khan & Lawrence Jackman, 2017, 79 min., Color
From Executive Producer Sarah Polley, A BETTER MAN follows a series of intimate conversations between a woman and her former boyfriend when she confro...
A film by Nadya Ali, 2017, 40 min., Color
Three Muslim women share their stories of sexual assault—and, in a deeply personal way, they challenge the stigma that has long suppressed the voice o...
Don't Tell Anyone (No Le Digas a Nadie)
A film by Mikaela Shwer, 2015, 75 min., Color
Since the age of 4, Angy Rivera has lived in the United States with a secret that threatens to upend her life: She is undocumented. Angy arrived with ...
A film by Kim Longinotto, 2015, 98 min., Color
“You got any dreams you wanna catch?” Sundance award winner DREAMCATCHER takes us into a hidden world of prostitution and sexual trafficking through t...
A film by Sari Gilman, 2013, 30 min., Color
During the 1970s and 80s, thousands of New York’s primarily Jewish senior citizens migrated to Kings Point, a retirement community in Florida. Lured b...
Love & Diane
A film by Jennifer Dworkin, 2002, 155 min., Color
Jennifer Dworkin’s groundbreaking documentary LOVE & DIANE presents a searingly honest and moving examination of poverty, welfare and drug rehabilitat...
The LuLu Sessions
A film by S. Casper Wong, 2011, 86 min., Color
Unlike anyone you've ever met, LuLu is a hard-living, chain-smoking rebel with a tender heart; poet with a potty mouth; farm girl; former cheerleader;...
The Price of Sex
A film by Mimi Chakarova, 2011, 73 min., Color
An unprecedented and compelling inquiry, THE PRICE OF SEX sheds light on the underground criminal network of human trafficking and experiences of traf...
A film directed and produced by Cynthia Hill, 2014, 77 min., Color
EmmyTM Nominated PRIVATE VIOLENCE explores a simple but deeply disturbing fact of American life: the most dangerous place for...
Sin by Silence
A film by Olivia Klaus, 2009, 49 min., Color
From behind prison walls, a group of extraordinary women are shattering misconceptions of domestic violence. An important film that profiles Convicted...
What Doesn’t Kill Me
A film by Rachel Meyrick, 2017, 81 min., Color
Every day, 5 million children in the U.S. experience domestic violence, either as witnesses or victims. Due to a horrific system that favors abusive f...
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A film by June Cross, 2015, 53 min., Color
In much of America, progress in HIV/AIDS treatment suggests the worst is behind us, but every year 50,000 Americans are still diagnosed with the virus...