A film by Nandini Sikand, 2001, 8 min., Color/BW
In this highly personal and visually evocative testimonial, critically acclaimed South Asian filmmaker Nandini Sikand poignantly presents her sister’s...
The Basement Girl
A film by Midi Onodera, 2000, 12 min., Color
Abandoned by her lover, a young woman finds comfort and safety in her basement apartment. Mundane routines, a diet of junk food and the warmth of the...
Don't Fence Me In
A film by Nandini Sikand, 1998, 55 min., Color
Against the broader backdrop of modern India's political and social history, this lyrical documentary tells the story of the life of Krishna Sikand, t...
A film by Ursula Biemann and Angela Sanders, 2003, 20 min., Color
The fourth in Ursula Biemann's critically acclaimed series of video essays that investigates migration across borders, EUROPLEX, a collaboration with ...
A film by Trinh T. Minh-ha, Produced by Jean-Paul Bourdier, 2015, 90 min.
One of the myths surrounding the creation of Vietnam involves a fight between two dragons whose intertwined bodies fell into the South China Sea and f...
The Fourth Dimension
A film by Trinh T. Minh-ha
Produced by Jean-Paul Bourdier and Trinh T. Minh-ha, 2001, 87 min., Color
Acclaimed filmmaker Trinh T. Minh-ha ventures into the digital realm with her stunning new feature, THE FOURTH DIMENSION, an incisive and insightful e...
A film by Kara Herold, 2000, 18 min., Color
An 18 minute explosion of fringe feminism and print media, The GRRLYSHOW is a powerful and rebellious message from new voices often left unheard. Fil...
A film by Tracey Moffatt, 1997, 28 min., Color
This playful video from famed director and photographer Tracey Moffatt turns the tables on traditional representations of desire to examine the power ...
A film by Joan Braderman, 2009, 95 min., Color
Tracing the influence of the Women’s Movement’s Second Wave on art and life, THE HERETICS is the exhilarating inside story of the New York feminist ar...
History and Memory: For Akiko and Takashige
A film by Rea Tajiri, 1991, 32 min., Color/BW
Groundbreaking and haunting, this film is a poetic composition of recorded history and non-recorded memory. Filmmaker Rea Tajiri’s family was among th...
I Need Your Full Cooperation/Underexposed
A film by Kathy High, 1989, 28 min., Color
In these two compelling videos, Kathy High explores the relationship between women’s bodies and the medical institution. Now a classic, I NEED YOUR FU...
Joan Does Dynasty/Joan Sees Stars
Two films by Joan Braderman, 1993, 95 min., Color
In the now classic, JOAN DOES DYNASTY (1986, 35 mins), Braderman superimposes her own image over scenes from one of the most popular night time soap o...
Measures of Distance
A film by Mona Hatoum, 1988, 15 min., Color
In this resonant work, Palestinian-born video and performance artist Mona Hatoum explores the renewal of friendship between mother and daughter during...
Directed and produced by Trinh T. Minh-ha and Jean-Paul Bourdier, 2004, 98 min., Color
Made in homage to Kenji Miyazawa’s children’s sci-fi classic MILKY WAY RAILROAD, NIGHT PASSAGE is the latest experimental feature from celebrated film...
Performing the Border
A film by Ursula Biemann, 1999, 42 min., Color
A video essay set in the Mexican-U.S. border town of Ciudad Juarez, where U.S. multinational corporations assemble electronic and digital equipment j...
A film by Ursula Biemann, 2001, 53 min., Color
In Biemann’s latest video, she traces the routes and reasons of women who travel across the globe for work in the sex industry. By using the latest i...
A Spy in the House that Ruth Built
A film by Vanalyne Green, 1989, 29 min., Color
Vanalyne Green appropriates the all-male arena of professional baseball to create a visual essay about family, loss, and sexuality. Confronted with su...
There Was An Unseen Cloud, Moving
Leslie Thornton, 1988, 60 min.
A deft and intentionally fragmented "biography" of Isabelle Eberhardt, a Victorian traveler who, dressed as an Arab man, became a Muslim and a writer ...
Trick or Drink
A film by Vanalyne Green, 1985, 20 min., Color
Vanalyne Green's childhood world, growing up with alcoholic parents, is recreated through crayon drawings, family albums, excerpts from her adolescent...
Ulrike Ottinger - Nomad from the Lake
A film by Brigitte Kramer, 2012, 86 min., Color
This intimate personal portrait of Ulrike Ottinger, a unique, influential voice in women’s cinema for over four decades, begins at the lakeside city o...
A film by Kathy High, 1992, 72 min., Color
Combining drama and documentary, UNDEREXPOSED: THE TEMPLE OF THE FETUS is a savvy and creative probe into high-tech baby-making. The fictional framew...
Visitors of the Night
A film by An van Dienderen, 1998, 34 min., Color
The failures of the ethnographic endeavor to discover “reality” are revealed in this expository and experimental film. The narrator-ethnographer emba...
Who's Afraid of Kathy Acker?
A film by Barbara Caspar, 2008, 84 min., Color
A multi-layered work featuring animation, archival footage and interviews with the likes of William Burroughs, Carolee Schneemann and Richard Hell,
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A film by Ursula Biemann, 2000, 23 min., Color
"Ursula Biemann’s WRITING DESIRE is a video essay on the new dream screen of the Internet and how it impacts on the global circulation of women’s bodi...