On Sunday 13 March we join with Reclaim the Vision of 1916 and SIPTU for a historic first screening together of George Morrison’s Mise Éire and Saoirse?—as the director intended.
Jen Senko, a documentary filmmaker, looks at the rise of right-wing media through the lens of her WWII vet father who changed from a life-long, non-political Democrat to an angry, right-wing fanatic after his discovery of talk radio on a lengthened commute to work.
Three interconnected stories from a writer’s room where people go to tell anecdotes hoping to make some money and become characters in a movie. A crazy Latin film, full of sensuality.
This story traces the rise and career of Esther the most beloved actress of popular theatre in Havana at the turn of the 19th century.
One of the saddest events in the history of Cuban society was Operation Peter Pan, the bitter exodus to the United States of more than 14,000 Cuban children who traveled there alone between 1960 and 1962, Film maker Marina Ochoa tries to unravel the confused history and to shine a light on what really happened.
A documentary about memory, history and the possibility of reconciliation. It focuses on the Partition of India in 1947, but derives lessons that remain urgently relevant today.
On May 11, 1972, the Arizona legislature passed a Farm-Bureau sponsored bill, that restricted collective bargaining, and outlawed boycotts and strikes at harvest time.