Catching Babies is a colorful 60 minute documentary film that weaves stories of mothers and midwives on a journey to bring life into the world. Filmed along the US-Mexico border, Catching Babies follows five young women as they embark toward the ancient profession of midwifery and the journey to their deepest passions.
Elza tells the universal story of a family in turmoil. Elza is the first college graduate of the family but swiftly ruins her mother’s happiness by leaving Paris to return to Guadeloupe in search of a fleeting childhood memory and a father who abandoned her.
Sole finds comfort in her secret binges. One day she discovers her neighbor, the beautiful and popular Jasmine. But people are never as perfect as they seem.
A shocking yet tender documentary that examines alcoholism in women by tracing the progression of the disease in Bette VandenAkker - a nurse, a wife and mother (of the Director), who died in late 2007. The film offers hope.
After the 1994 Rwanda suffered a devastating genocide pioneering Rwandan theater director Kiki Kiki decided to start Ingoma Nshya, Rwanda's first and only women's drumming troupe, open to women from both sides of the conflict. There was only one requirement: to leave the categories of the past at the gate.
The entire script or Stalled has been plied together solely using real quotes found in women's washrooms across North America.
A sudden opportunity for Denise Mackey to become a homeowner tests the strength of her marriage, and forces her to make one of the toughest decisions of her life.
When abused and elderly Sudha forms an unlikely bond with a hit-man one afternoon, she is brought to ask the ultimate question.
Sista' Soldier explores the roles that African American women have played throughout military history and how their motivation, courage, and determination have contributed to their longevity in the Armed Forces.
Dear Mandela follows three friends on their journey from their shacks in the Durban, South Africa shanty town to the highest court in the land as they invoke Nelson Mandela's example and become leaders in a growing social movement.
Cell Phone Cinema Contest Winner! A story about a young girl wanting to have a relationship with her mother. After so many years of abuse the mother suffered from the father, the mother only thinks it's right by taking her anger out on her daughter. Will they be able to rebuild a relationship that has been torn for so long?
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