We Still Live Here

Celebrated every Thanksgiving as the Indians who saved the Pilgrims, then largely forgotten, the Wampanoag of Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard, spurred on by their intrepid Wampanoag linguist and MacArthur honoree Jessie Little Doe Baird, are saying loud and clear, in their Native tongue, “Âs Nutayuneân,” – “We still live here.”

Umoja – No Men Allowed

Umoja  – No Men Allowed tells the amusing and life-changing story of a group of impoverished tribal Samburu women in Northern Kenya who reclaim their lives, turning age-old patriarchy on its head when they set up a women’s only village.Their story began some years back, when around 600 women claimed British soldiers raped them. When the women returned …

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An ode to city life, Touch explores themes of isolation and the universal need for love when two strangers make the most important connection of their lives while waiting for a train.

This is My Land… Hebron

Hebron is a city of conflict and hate.
It is home to 160,000 Palestinians and a colony of 600 Jewish settlers who live right in the city center with a garrison of more than 2,000 Israeli soldiers to defend them.
Kicking, spitting, stone-throwing and abuse are part of the daily routine. Children, women and the army participate in this war between neighbors.

The Woodmans

Francesca Woodman’s haunting B&W images, many of them nude self-portraits, now reside in the pantheon of great photography from the late 20th century. The daughter of artists Betty and Charles Woodman (she a ceramicist and he a painter/photographer), Francesca was a precocious RISD graduate, who came to New York with the intention of setting the art world …

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Swimming Pool

Night lovestory of two outsiders, who meet in a closed swimming pool in the middle of a big city.

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