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Filmmaker: Tony Kaye.
From the director of American History X comes a documentary that sheds light on both sides of the abortion debate and its effects on contemporary America.
Filmmakers: Julia Query and Vicky Funari.
Stand-up comedian Julia Query found that the easiest way to finance her comedy career was through stripping. When she starts to realize that stripping is becoming less like performing and more like prostitution, she decides to organize the service workers in her area to form a union. Her fight to unionize becomes complicated, as she is forced to come out to her mother who has worked to end what she considers to be the victimization of women through stripping.
Filmmakers: Ken Burns and Paul Barnes.
Chronicling the life of two important figures in the women’s movement, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, this film by Ken Burns and Paul Barnes focuses on their contributions to the fight for women’s suffrage.
Filmmaker: Gini Reticker.
Honoring the strength of the women of Liberia, Pray the Devil Back to Hell chronicles the organizing of thousands of Liberian women to protest the ongoing civil war in their country. Because of the collective efforts of these women who came from all different walks of life and communities, an agreement was made during the stalled peace talks in Liberia.
Filmmaker: Lisa Merton.
This award-winning documentary follows the work of community organizer and activist Wangari Maathai, a woman who refused to be obedient to an unjust government in Kenya. Maathai organized the women of villages to start planting trees in order to protect the environment and bring resources to their communities. As the movement grew, the Kenyan leader Daniel arap Moi started to interfere with their efforts.
Filmmakers: Marion Lipschutz and Rose Rosenblatt.
Into the battle over sex education steps 15-year-old Shelby Knox of Lubbock, Texas. A self-described “good Southern Baptist girl,” Knox has pledged abstinence until marriage. When she finds that Lubbock has some of the highest rates of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases in the state, and her county’s high schools teach abstinence as the only safe sex, she becomes an unlikely advocate for comprehensive sex education, profoundly changing her political and spiritual views along the way.
Filmmakers: Chris Hegedus and D A Pennebaker.
On April 30, 1971, Norman Mailer went up against a panel of passionate feminists, including author of The Female Eunuch, Germaine Greer, at New York’s City Hall in what became a heated debate on women’s liberation. It quickly became a spectacle to have witnessed, and continues to be influential in the conflict between the sexes.
Filmmakers: Julia Reichart and Jim Klein.
Union Maids features the testimony of three women who were part of the workers’ movement in the early 1930s. In their 60s at the time of filming, the women describe the consequences they were willing to accept while trying to organize labor unions. At a time when being labeled a Bolshevik or communist could be detrimental to one’s livelihood, the women discuss their intentions and perseverance in the face of opposition.
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Filmmakers: Ada Gay Griffin and Michelle Parkerson.
Poet, lover, mother, warrior — Audre Lorde writes passionately of love and anger, civil rights and sexuality, family politics and the glories of nature. Ada Gay Griffin and Michelle Parkerson reveal the potent legacy of this celebrated African-American poet, whose life was cut short after a long battle with breast cancer.
Filmmaker: Andrew Neel.
Exploring the life of bohemian painter and mother Alice Neel, this biographical documentary offers interviews with the artist’s children as well as grandchildren. Family, friends and art historians all weigh in on Neel’s career and life, sometimes with praise and other times with harsh criticism.
Filmmaker: Helena Solberg.
A bowl of soup and the freedom to sing is all Carmen Miranda wanted in life. Raised dirt poor in Brazil, the woman in the tutti-frutti hat went on to become one of the highest paid entertainers of her time. Helena Solberg’s song-filled movie reveals how Hollywood transformed a talented entertainer into a Latin Lollapalooza.
Filmmaker: Lisa Gay Hamilton.
Beah Richards, who is best known for her Oscar nomination for Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, fought stereotypes continuously through her career and became a political activist and icon for civil rights. Featuring interviews with the actress herself, the film becomes a tribute and celebration of the actress’ work and life.
Filmmaker: Tom Neff.
Chronicling the life of renowned ceramist and love of Marcel Duchamp, Beatrice Wood: Mama of Dada works to give a voice to the life of this vital figure in the Dada art, or anti-art, movement.
Filmmaker: Annie Frazier Henry.
This installment of a larger work about Native American athletes tells the story of Canadian water polo player Waneek Horn-Miller and her identity as an athlete as well as a Mohawk.

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