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No Word for Autism begins as a story of double displacement, as a community already traumatized by civil war, refugee camps, and resettlement in a strange land, now must contend with a devastating developmental disorder. There is no word for “autism” in the Somali language; yet here in Minnesota, community members explain that it has become as “common as Somali tea.”
A new documentary by Scott Sackett & Paul Lamont Eric Andersen is widely regarded as one of the most poetic songwriters that sprang from the Greenwich Village folk scene of the 1960’s. As a musician, he defies categorization. His artful mélange of love, despair, hope and stirred memory has earned him a passionate international following [...]
TRIAL BY FIRE: Lives Re-Forged to appear at the Palm Beach International Film Festival Monday, April 8 at 7:00 p.m
TRIAL BY FIRE: Lives Re-Forged is to appear at the Palm Beach International Film Festival Monday, April 8 at 7:00 p.m. at the Muvico Theater. With heart and grace, “TRIAL BY FIRE: Lives Re-Forged” chronicles the journeys of inspirational burn survivors and celebrates their extraordinary courage as they reclaim their destinies by first embracing [...]
Revolutionary Voices: A Last Muster Film will bring to the screen the stories and photos of those who lived during Revolutionary War times.
Two spirited daughters from China’s last remaining matrilineal ethnic minority are thrust into the worldwide economic downturn when they lose the only jobs they’ve ever known.
View excerpts featured on the PBS NewsHour broadcast as part of The Economist Film Project.
Now available on ITunes. Also, be sure to check out the companion site Our Mother Tongues for great interactive material from the film about Native Languages.
Self confessed Boston Strangler- Albert DeSalvo, wrote 33 letters to lead investigator, Phil DiNatale. The 14th Victim explores why DiNatale befriended the man he spent three years of his life hunting and how the fame of the case affected him and his family.
A once-thriving mining town in Michigan’s remote Upper Peninsula is still haunted by the tragic events that inspired Woody Guthrie’s song, 1913 Massacre.