A literary-focused program featuring powerful portraits and long-lost gems.
Liz White’s revolutionary adaptation and reimagination of the Shakespeare classic.
With hopes of becoming a doctor and not a product of her environment, a Brooklyn teenager is faced with numerous challenges that threaten her dreams.
The life of a deaf African American woman in the early 1900s parallels with another living in the 1990s.
Featuring early work from pioneering artists, this program of shorts is a treasure trove of brilliant work ready for (re)discovery.
Sara, a cold college professor, and her husband, an ecstatic painter, spend a summer away from the city, straining their rocky relationship.
An aspiring Black lesbian filmmaker researches an obscure 1940s black actress billed as the Watermelon Woman.
The life of teenager Rainbow Gold as she enters womanhood and navigates standards of beauty, self-image, and the rights women have over their bodies.