An elderly woman is evicted from her home. A young girl takes notice.
This year’s Human Rights Film Series takes us from war-torn Syria to the democracy movement in Nigeria to the battlefields of prison reform and immigration policy here in the US.
In her latest documentary, Chinese filmmaker S. Louisa Wei brings to light the lives and work of three women whose film careers broke all the rules of their time.
If you’re one of those courageous people engaged in the rewarding but exhausting endeavor that is fundraising for a nonprofit, these tips from FUSE 2014 might make your life easier.
Joshua Oppenheimer’s ‘The Act of Killing’ opens on a row of dancers in long skirts emerging gracefully from the mouth of a large fish. It is immediately apparent that this film is going to be a surreal experience.
“I’ve figured it out. I can open the door, but they have to walk through it.” Thus starts the innovative, interactive experience that is Futurestates.tv, the online platform for the final season of ITVS’s “Futurestates.”
Almost thirty years after they made her famous, Sharbat Gula’s eyes have inspired another story, this time a sci-fi-touched indie film.
This summer, I had the opportunity to delve into Nepal’s troubled media scene, hoping to identify policy changes that could help protect Nepali journalists in the future. This is what I found.