Dear Jackie is a cinematic letter to Jackie Robinson, the first African American player in Major League Baseball and a civil rights activist.
DAUGHTER OF A LOST BIRD follows Kendra, an adult Native adoptee, as she reconnects with her birth family, discovers her Lummi heritage, and confronts issues of her own identity.
Documenting a deeply personal journey, Romani filmmaker Vera Lacková uncovers the forgotten stories of Roma partisans in former Czechoslovakia.
Abdallah Al-Khatib's debut film depicts life in Yarmouk, the largest Palestinian refugee camp in the world, amid the Syrian revolution.
Two female filmmakers fight alongside Indigenous leaders and scientists to protect a critically endangered species of orca.
Karachi’s feminists organise a woman’s march, facing Pakistan’s state, media and radical religious right.
A portrait of the courageous Dalit women who broke India's gender and caste barriers to launch their own newspaper.
‘Dying To Divorce’ takes viewers into the heart of Turkey’s gender-based violence crisis and the recent political events that have severely eroded democratic freedoms.
BILL REID REMEMBERS is a beautiful tribute from Alanis Obomsawin to her friend’s remarkable life and rich legacy.
An exceptionally brave film that film provides an in-depth look into Zan TV, Kabul’s female-led news agency.
How three young women in Hong Kong, Chile and Uganda cope with the staggering personal impact of their political activism. About the next generation, made by the next generation.
An intimate portrait of a community of trans women in Argentina who face violence and discrimination at all levels yet continue to thrive through love, organizing and care.
An urban chronicle of the construction material used in building Palestinian refugee homes in Al Talbieh Camp in Jordan.