The Sari Soldiers, February 27
Following six brave women in Nepal's recent civil war, this beautifully balanced film “gives new meaning to the words courage and resilience.”-N.Y. Times
Juan Mandelbaum and Kathy Sloane in Person. A sensitive, personal memorial to Argentina's disappeared also offers “essential context for what was a vicious civil war.”-Variety. With short Witness to Hiroshima.
Maria Ramos's look at juvenile courts in Brazil. “No overwrought exposé, Behave exerts its power thanks to Ramos's clarity of vision.”-Variety
A tour of physical and social terrain about to be transformed by the Three Gorges Dam. “Lucid, beautifully observed.”-Village Voice
Israeli women soldiers examine their actions in this powerful exploration of gender and moral responsibility in war. With short Deadly Playground.
If knowledge is power, who should possess it? This doc is “an incisive examination of some of the key issues of our time.”-L.A. Times