Films


East LA Interchange

East LA Interchange

East LA Interchange follows the evolution of working-class, immigrant Boyle Heights from multicultural to predominantly Latino. Boyle Heights was once far more diverse than most U.S. cities; Latinos, Asians, African-Americans, and the largest settlement of Jews west of Chicago lived and worked together side by side. Targeted by government policies, real estate laws and California planners, the […]

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Dreaming in Somali

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Dreaming in Somali follows the lives of four Somali Americans in the Twin Cities – a police officer during a controversy, an imam and teacher trying to improve educational opportunities for youth, a union leader fighting for better wages and working conditions, and a women’s health organizer promoting self-care and prevention in the Somali community. By […]

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Phoenix: The Life and Death of Alice Herz

On March 16, 1965, Alice Herz, an 82-year-old German Jewish immigrant, writer, and lifelong peace activist set herself on fire on a street corner in Detroit to protest “the arms race all over the world.” Alice was the first U.S. activist to self-immolate in objection to the Vietnam War, yet is virtually unknown. Phoenix sheds […]

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Chained!

From Victorian pocket watches to Zoot Suit style to motorcycle necessity, wallet chains have evolved over the years to become more than a trend in lesbian culture. Today, lesbians are the biggest consumers of wallet chains. All ages, all walks of life, butches and femmes, and dykes on bikes—what drives women to wear chains? And […]

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Click

When our intrepid heroine Darcy gets her heart broken on her 30th birthday, her friends rally around to help her recover. To lift her spirits, they concoct a two-step plan: Get revenge on the heartbreaker Get Darcy fast hookups via online dating sites Mayhem ensues. Directed/Produced by Chris Chew. Produced by Betsy Kalin. For more […]

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Roof

Roof

A sexy wanderer invades another woman’s suburban rooftop hideaway in this quirky and funny film. “No film I’ve ever seen has captured so perfectly the itchiness that suburbs hold for anyone who feels forever out of place in them.” —Kevin John, IN Step. Roof premiered at New York City’s The Museum of Modern Art for […]

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Hearts Cracked Open

Experience the never before seen world of lesbian Tantra in this groundbreaking, award-winning documentary. Go behind the doors of women-only workshops with the most renowned Tantra teachers in the field as they reveal the secret of how to live in a daily blissful state of being. Included are ancient Tantric techniques for increasing intimacy in […]

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