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Brave activists sail across the world to provide abortions to women with no access to them, and to exchange expertise with local reproductive rights groups.
 

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Three young Māori activists move into Berlin to retrieve ancestral carvings which were stolen a century earlier. Are they heroes or terrorists?
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Mia Donovan  ·  2020  ·  1h21m
Mia Donovan  ·  2020  ·  1h21m

The story of how Tupac Shakur’s stepfather Dr. Mutulu Shakur, along with fellow Black Panthers and the Young Lords, created the first acupuncture detoxification program in the U.S.

Patrick Sammon & Bennett Singer  ·  2020  ·  1h20m
Patrick Sammon & Bennett Singer  ·  2020  ·  1h20m

A vital documentary on the little-told story of the LGBTQ+ movement to remove homosexuality from the American Psychiatric Association's manual of mental illnesses.

Tamara Dawit  ·  2020  ·  1h18m
Tamara Dawit  ·  2020  ·  1h18m

A riveting portrait of a family history cast against the 1974 Ethiopian Revolution, telling the story of an upper-class woman who became a communist rebel.

Still from Invasion
Still from Invasion
Michael Toledano, Sam Vinal & Franklin López  ·  2020
Michael Toledano, Sam Vinal & Franklin López  ·  2020

INVASION is a new film about the Unist’ot’en Camp, Gidimt’en checkpoint and the larger Wet’suwet’en Nation standing up to the Canadian government.

Still from Unapologetic
Still from Unapologetic
Ashley O'Shay  ·  2020  ·  1h26m
Ashley O'Shay  ·  2020  ·  1h26m

UNAPOLOGETIC is a deep look into the Movement for Black Lives, from the police murder of Rekia Boyd to the election of mayor Lori Lightfoot.

Still from Clash
Still from Clash
Amrou Al-Kadhi  ·  2020  ·  8m
Amrou Al-Kadhi  ·  2020  ·  8m

Clash is a short experimental documentary critiquing the lack of diversity in on-screen representation in the U.K. today.

Sara Wylie & Prison for Women (P4W) Memorial Collective  ·  2020  ·  5m
Sara Wylie & Prison for Women (P4W) Memorial Collective  ·  2020  ·  5m

Since the early 2000s, the Prison for Women Memorial Collective has been fighting for a space of commemoration of, and community healing from, Canadian carceral violence.

Ibrahim Mursal  ·  2020  ·  59m
Ibrahim Mursal  ·  2020  ·  59m

A Sudanese refugee and artist is joined on his journey home by a Muslim filmmaker, confronting prejudice and the criminalization of homosexuality in Sudan.

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Marc Serpa Francoeur & Robinder Uppal  ·  2020  ·  1h38m
Marc Serpa Francoeur & Robinder Uppal  ·  2020  ·  1h38m

No Visible Trauma / Above the Law examines a deeply troubled police department and reveals the devastating consequences of unchecked police brutality.

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Sanjay Rawal  ·  2020  ·  1h14m

On Demand

Sanjay Rawal  ·  2020  ·  1h14m

A story of the growing to reclaim Indigenous spiritual, political and cultural identities, told through food sovereignty and environmental activism.

Still from Coded Bias
Still from Coded Bias
Shalini Kantayya  ·  2020  ·  1h30m
Shalini Kantayya  ·  2020  ·  1h30m

A critical exploration into the way racial and gender discrimination is coded into algorithmic technology.

Still from aswang
Still from aswang
Alyx Ayn Arumpac  ·  2019  ·  1h25m
Alyx Ayn Arumpac  ·  2019  ·  1h25m

ASWANG is a poetically composed inquisition into Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's reign of terror that unleashed death squads in a so-called "war on drugs".