Smokii Sumac reflects on the wisdom and strength of bereaved mothers, as he is faced with the grief of waking up to a changed world–the day after Donald Trump was elected as President of the United States.
Capture, document, record, share, restart. We are making ourselves more memorable than ever by archiving every bit of our daily lives. What if we lost something along the way?
Taqralik Partridge asks what if every language that had been lost to English — every word, every syllable — grew up out of the ground in flowers? Taqralik’s grandmother’s Scottish Gaelic and her father’s Inuktitut unfold in memories of her family, of pain, and of love.
In a run-down neighborhood, Zoe and her little brother Theo are left to fend for themselves. A young adolescent, Zoe is a ball of anger haunted by an intimate terror. Theo, still a child, flees reality into a fantastical world. During a scorching summer day, the two children will have to burst the abscess of their relationship so as not to lose each other.
Struggling to make a living in the markets of Abidjan, a group of young delinquents try to find new ways to make a living. But to attain wealth quickly, they risk putting their lives on the line.
A baby and it's parent.
With the invitation to the party is the stipulation: "Don't Bring Lulu". A playful romp through women's fight for equality.
After sustaining a serious major brain injury alpinist Barry Blanchard reflects on his adventures and reconciles his life in the mountains.