The prequel to classic Emmy Award-winning Film; BEFORE STONEWALL. This film will have its world premiere on April 8, 2017 at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston at 2pm.
THE PEACEMAKER follows international peacemaker Padraig O’Malley, who helps make peace for others but struggles to find it for himself.
REVOLUTION OF THE PRESENT is now available for viewing online on multiple platforms!
An Israeli theater production creates major off-stage drama in eliciting a brief moment of empathy on the part of both Jews and Arabs for each other’s defining tragedy.
You may know Carlos Arredondo as the the man in the cowboy hat, but he’s so much more….
Mamaliga Blues is a documentary about a family journey back to its Jewish roots in Moldova. Starting with only one remaining photograph of the filmmaker’s great-grandparent’s grave, the story winds through ancient villages, the bushes of abandoned cemeteries, and meeting locals- looking for the past in a foreign land that has troubled memories of its own history.
“Susan Sontag was one of the most influential literary, feminist and political icons of her time… Nancy Kates’s documentary, REGARDING SUSAN SONTAG, gives a vast look at the life of the cultural critic, from her personal love life to her bold, brilliant writings on art and politics.”
—Erin Whitney, Huffington Post
THE LIGHT AT WALDEN is a visual poem shot at Walden Pond, Massachusetts, interweaving pieces of Thoreau’s texts and a war resister’s personal journey on a wilderness island in Canada.
What do Albert Einstein, Neils Bohr and eight grandmothers share? Find out in this new documentary by Robin Truesdale.
Film by Jennifer McShane. Look out for a screening near you! Check the film website for updates. Is it possible to become a better mother while serving time in a maximum security prison? MOTHERS OF BEDFORD, a feature length documentary, follows five women incarcerated in the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility and looks at their lives […]
A powerful feature documentary about the struggle to maintain Pacific Islander culture and values within the Westernized society of modern day Hawai?i. It is told through the lens of an extraordinary Native Hawaiian who is both a proud and confident mahu, or transgender woman, and an honored and respected kumu, or teacher, cultural practitioner, and community leader.