Small Wonders/Fiddlefest

Inner-city youngsters are inspired to develop self-esteem and discipline by their violin teacher. The film follows their development from the streets of East Harlem to the stage of Carnegie Hall, where they perform with Isaac Stern, Itzhak Perlman and other great violinists.

Paving the Way

Four women who “broke the mold” are profiled: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Major General Jeanne Holm, Reverend Addie Wyatt, and Congresswoman Patsy Mink. These women challenged stereotypes, entered fields dominated by men-and triumphed.

One Survivor Remembers

The terror of the Holocaust is brought vividly to life through recollections of Gerda Weissman who endured six years at the hands of the Nazis. Winner of Best Documentary Short Film, 1995 Academy Awards.

My Father’s Garden

This film follows two farmers’ efforts to grow food with very different technologies. One farmer is a leader in the sustainable agricultural movement. The other, the filmmaker’s father, used chemicals. Winner of the 1996 RMWFF Founders Award.

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