Enjo leaves home for school like every morning. But he accidentally spots an Eastern Hoolock Gibbon, hidden in a cluster of trees. Despite being warned by grandma Dibili, Enjo waits to take a deep look at this gibbon. What happens when grandma Dibili finds out about this interaction?
Set amidst a picturesque village in the Northeast India, the film AMEPÃ is about a child's inquisitiveness towards an animal. The film takes inspiration from community based conservation practices. Idu Mishmi tribe from the Northeast India protects vulnerable specie of Hoolock gibbons through deep rooted folk beliefs and narratives. The film aims to spark a conversation about human's relationship with animals.
Bahar Doğru lives in the village of Barbaros, Urla. She starts work in a coffehouse at age 45. At first, she gets bad reactions from the village. Her work contributes to the change & perspective of the village. She sets a great example for women, who start to frequent to her coffeeshop and begin to work, inspired by her.
Content Warnings: Contains Adult Content & Language.
Koshi Ainbobo, meaning in Shipibo Konibo "Brave Women", its a documentary that narrates the storys of two native women from the Amazon forest, the normalization of sexual violence, the right to choose over the women's body and motherhood. And how, despiste all, they want to continue studying to become professionals.
Throughout America, women organized tea parties for meetings and fundraisers to support the suffrage movement. The Woman’s Suffrage Party sold ceylon, young hyson, gunpowder, and oolong tea under their charitable brand “Equality Tea.” Yet the history of tea is steeped in inequality, driven by colonialism, war, and appropriation. In her short film, Equality Tea, Sunwoo brews tea while drawing parallels between the fraught histories of the tea trade and the suffrage movement.
Written, directed, animated, and narrated by Jaime Sunwoo. Original score by Matt Chilton, based on a 1895 suffragist anthem by Augusta Gray Gunn. Commissioned by Park Avenue Armory and The Laundromat Project for 100 Years | 100 Women.
Rita is an 18 year old girl who sees many problems in her community, so she decides to be a candidate for the position of Council within her community to fight for the improvement of the living conditions of the indigenous Chimilas.
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