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Documentaries

CHALICE: Women Leaders Rise

chaliceThe United Nations estimates that over 100 million women worldwide are missing. Meanwhile, the names of important women and their contributions are also missing from the pages of our history books.

Could there be a connection? Today’s headlines about women have a secret root. Go on a journey back in time with filmmaker Kaia Alexander to the origins of Goddess worship, and discover the hidden history of female oppression. Then meet modern women leaders at the forefront of creating an inspired future. This movie is a rallying cry at this precarious time, when life on earth (and the lives of women and girls in many countries) are at stake. Women are important. CHALICE: Women Leaders Rise will show why.

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100 Years: One Woman’s Fight for Justice

100yrs100 Years: One Woman’s Fight for Justice chronicles the courageous efforts of Elouise Cobell, a petite Native American warrior who discovered billions of dollars missing from the century old government managed Indian Trust Fund belonging to 300,000 Native Americans. In 1996, Cobell filed the largest class action lawsuit ever filed against the U.S. Government. For 15 long years and through three Presidential administrations, Cobell relentlessly fought for justice for her people. This is the story of how she prevailed and made history.

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Shame

shamethumbA film by Richard Yeagley.

A young man's identity is called into question when he visits a religious based sexual re-orientation therapist.

Shame is a feature length documentary tht follows Nathan Gniewek, a 27 year old gay man, as he struggles to come to terms with his sexual identity. Nathan, a devout Catholic, is so troubled by his secual orientation that he seeks counseling in the form of reparative therapy from a therapist named Chris Doyle.

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Who Pays the Price: The Human Cost of Electronics

An investigative story of how the Apple and Samsung cell phones we use are being made by exploited workers, causing terminal illness and death in China. Our filmmakers, Heather White and Jialing Zhang, have gone undercover and risked their own health to expose the human cost of how we now communicate.

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