|June 19, 2019||10:30 AM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
A young Malian student in Guangzhou reflects on the challenges of living abroad as an African, Muslim woman.
In the Peruvian highlands, the women artisans behind the hat-making tradition in the small pueblo of Celendín seek equity for the future of their craft as it becomes increasingly threatened by market forces.
A taxi service "for women by women" offers a small step towards gender equality in Delhi.
Edgecombe County is a predominantly African American agricultural community in the eastern region of North Carolina. Through a small window of time and space and the stories of three of its residents, we are presented the numerous ways black folks overcome across generations.
An explosive portrait of the lives of artisans and their families in the lead up to the festival of San Juan de Dios, when blazing revelry engulfs the town of Tultepec, Mexico, famous for its pyrotechnics industry.
Two goatherds in northern Albania mark the arrival of spring by guiding their flock from the lowlands up the towering mountainsides.
|Running Time:||90 minutes|