Madelyn Osur

Film Library

As an ongoing commitment to bring film to our community, RMWF provides one of the largest collections of film featuring the work of female filmmakers. There is a suggested donation to join the Madelyn Osur Film Library. See details below.


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Everybody’s Pregnant

When you want something so badly, it can seem like everybody else has it. This animated musical short takes a humorous look at the trials and tribulations of infertility.

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Eyes of Tammy Faye, The

Who can forget the eyes of Tammy Faye Bakker? This film chronicles the scandals and excesses, but above all, the survival of a unique woman. You will think of her in a new light after seeing this film.

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Famine Within, The

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, thousands of pets were left stranded on rooftops, or left behind by their displaced guardians who desperately wanted to take them, but couldn’t. A powerful, heart-felt story about the essential bond between humans and animals told against the backdrop of one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history.

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Farm, The

Life and death in prison (Angola), ultimately asking questions about race, class, justice, and forgiveness.

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Faubourg Treme: The Untold Story of Black New Orleans

This film reveals the story of Treme, a district of New Orleans which has been a center of African-American culture for centuries. From its roots as the largest community of Free Blacks in colonial America to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the film shows the continuing evolution of this neighborhood.

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Ferry Tales

For 30 minutes every weekday morning a unique and unlikely social happening takes place in the ladies’ room on the Staten Island Ferry. Come brave the waves, the pecking order and the rules and meet the”girls of the powder room.”

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Finding Hillywood

An award-winning documentary about the very beginning of Rwanda’s film industry and a real-life example of the power of film to heal a man and a nation.

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First Lady of the Revolution

First Lady of the Revolution is the remarkable story of Henrietta Boggs, who fell in love with a foreign land and the man destined to transform its identity. Her marriage to José Figueres in 1941 led to a decade-long journey through exile, political upheaval and, ultimately, lasting progressive reforms. First Lady of the Revolution is not only a depiction of the momentous struggle to shape Costa Rica’s democratic identity; it’s also a portrayal of how a courageous woman escaped the confines of a sheltered existence to expand her horizons into a new world, and live a life she never imagined.

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“Flawed” is nothing less than a beautiful gift from Andrea Dorfman’s vivid imagination, a charming little film about very big ideas. Dorfman has the uncanny ability to transform the intensely personal into the wisely universal. In “Flawed” she deftly t…

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Flor De Toloache

In New York City subway station, a dazzlingly dressed all-female mariachi band brings the platform to life. It’s a four-minute slice of life that captures the women’s bravery as they challenge the gender norms of their favorite music.

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FLOW: For Love of Water

This documentary is about the industry and consumption of mankind’s most precious resource: water. As African villages survive on potentially toxic water supplies, Salina explores how the corporate structure has come to control humanity’s water supply, and how politics and grassroots humanitarian organizations both fight and support the increasing privatization of water.

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Library Policy

Films are available to borrow for all local residents of the Pikes Peak Region. Up to THREE FILMS (3) may be checked out at one time for up to TEN (10) DAYS. 

These DVDs are the property of Rocky Mountain Women’s Film. Use is authorized for private home screenings only. Reproduction or public showings of these films, in whole or in part, are strictly prohibited. If you are interested in showing a film to a larger audience, please contact RMWF to make arrangements with the appropriate distributor and/or filmmaker.

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