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Filmmaker: Lourdes Portillo.
Tejana singer Selena was on the brink of blockbuster crossover fame when her murder at age 23 catapulted her into mainstream celebrity. Filmmaker Lourdes Portillo gazes beyond the tabloids and points a sensitive lens on the cultural sensation that emerged around Selena’s life and death. A compassionate collage that features starry-eyed teenaged fans, poignant interviews with Selena’s family and lively exchanges with Latina intellectuals who debate her value as a role model, the film offers a fresh look at how this unique Mexican-American voice still echoes in the hearts of her fans.
Filmmakers: Gemma Cubero and Celeste Carrasco.
For Spaniards — and for the world — nothing has expressed their country’s traditionally rigid gender roles more powerfully than the image of the male matador. So sacred was the bullfighter’s masculinity to Spanish identity that a 1908 law barred women from the sport. Ella Es el Matador reveals the surprising history of the women who made such a law necessary and offers fascinating profiles of two female matadors currently in the arena: the acclaimed Mari Paz Vega and neophyte Eva Florencia. These women are gender pioneers by necessity. But what emerges as their truest motivation is their sheer passion for bullfighting and the pursuit of a dream.
Filmmakers: Allie Light and Irving Saraf.
This film interviews Tressa Prisbrey, an elderly woman who constructed structures made purely from recycled glass bottles in Simi Valley, Calif.
Filmmakers: Charlotte Lagarde and Lisa Denker.
Heart of the Sea introduces the audience to Rell “Kapolioka’ehukai” Sunn, who was a pioneer in the sport of women’s surfing, having co-founded the Women’s International Surfing Association. Rell, whose nickname means “heart of the sea,” became a leader in her community as well as across the world as an icon in a sport dominated by male superstars.
Filmmakers: Daniel Geller and Dayna Goldfine.
Considered one of the mothers of modern dance, Isadora Duncan was one of the most progressive artists of her time. Using her art form, she composed pieces with political purposes to champion workers and highlight the repression of women. This documentary follows the life and development of this influential artist, revealing her evolution as an influential dancer and choreographer.
Filmmakers: Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg.
Following comedian Joan Rivers over the course of a year, documentarians uncover the world of a high profile entertainment icon and the harsh realities of a career in the public eye.
Filmmakers: Alek Keshishian and Mark Aldo Miceli.
This famous documentary follows Madonna on her controversial Blond Ambition tour of 1990.
Filmmaker: Jackson Frost.
Mary Cassatt was one of the most influential American impressionists. Her paintings, focusing on domestic scenes, typically of mothering, offer a celebration of womanhood and female strength and made her a champion of women’s rights.
Filmmaker: Jessica Villines.
Plaster Caster in an inside look at the artist and rock groupie, Cynthia Plaster Caster, notorious for her plaster castings of rock stars’ genitals. The film follows her process of making two new castings as well as the preparation for her first gallery show in New York City, raising the important question, is her work actually art?
Filmmaker: Susan Fanshel and Jill Godmilow.
Portrait of an Artist provides an in-depth look at the personality of leading environmental sculptor Louise Nevelson. Viewers experience the unfolding of two of sculptures over the course of the film, allowing a glimpse into the artist’s process and creativity.
Filmmakers: Barbara Kopple and Cecilia Peck.
In 2003, Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks uttered an anti-George W. Bush remark live at a concert and quickly threw the band into controversy. The documentary tells the story of the band during the fallout from the comment and examines the ideas of freedom of speech in relation to a public figure’s personal politics.
Filmmaker: Paola di Florio.
This documentary tells the story of Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, a violinist who moved to the United States to study at the Curtis Institute of Music at age 8 and became the youngest award recipient ever of the Walter W. Naumburg International Violin Competition.
Filmmaker: Agnes Verda.
In this delightful memoir, the award-winning French filmmaker employs all the magic of cinema to juxtapose the real and the imagined, the past and the present, pain and joy.
Filmmakers: Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato.
The Eyes of Tammy Faye provides a glimpse into the life of the televangelist and her rise to success. Telling her own story, Tammy Faye describes the crumbling of her personal life, and her refusal to collapse completely.
Filmmaker: Joan Braderman.
The Heretics exposes the work and thoughts of a select group of women who, during the Second Wave of the Women’s Movement, published “Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics.” Now all accomplished artists, writers, architects, teachers, editors, etc., the women give testimony about being a woman in a man’s world and the excitement with which they worked during the women’s liberation movement.

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