Screened as part of TOAFF20
An intimate and empathetic portrait of the queer youth of colour experiencing homelessness on Christopher St Pier in NYC.
Screened as part of TOAFF13
Gus Van Sant’s award-winning drama which brings to life the emotion and debates running high over fracking in small-town America.
Screened as part of TOAFF16
U.S. nuns take on their bishops, the Vatican and a Republican senator in their battle for social justice, affordable healthcare and the place of women in the church.
Screened as part of TOAFF14
Banned for a decade in the US , this pioneering agitprop drama traces the story a mine-workers’ strike against so-called “austerity measures”
After 13 years in prison Maryam Henderson-Uloho struggled to build a life on the outside. That’s when the lightbulb went off and Maryam’s journey to help other ex-offenders, especially women like herself, began.
This documentary-drama hybrid explores the dangerous human impact of social networking, with tech experts sounding the alarm on their own creations.
Screened as part of TOAFF19
Food production has increasingly become huge business for a handful of giant corporations. How do we re-prioritise workers’ rights, animal welfare and environmental sustainability?
Screened as part of TOAFF18
Ilhan Omar, a hijab-wearing mother of three, was a complete outsider to the political scene. In 2016, she became the first Somali Muslim woman to be elected for state office in America.
Nobel Peace Prize-winning economist Muhammad Yunus brings his revolutionary microfinance program to Queens NY – but will the solidarity principles translate to a diverse group of inner-city women?