The women’s film collective Women Make Movies (WMM) based out of New York, NY is offering up nine films that touch upon the lives of Afghan women from their catalogue to stream for free during the month of August.
The final episode of the series, focusing on Al Qaeda attacks' impact on New York City, airs on HBO on September 11.
Filmmaker Morgan Neville hasn't identified what tool he used to recreate Bourdain's voice but said he got the approval of Bourdain's widow and literary executor.
The unidentified militants killed three journalists, two Spanish and one Irish, in the eastern region of the country, which has been witnessing an increasing number of attacks by armed groups, some affiliated with al Qaeda and others with the Daesh.
Filmmaker Craig Foster said his relationship with the octopus taught him about life's fragility and our connection with nature and even helped him become a better father.
Spears has lived under a strict arrangement since 2008, when a California court placed her under a unique legal guardianship largely governed by her father, Jamie. “Framing Britney Spears” suggests the ex-pop star was used by some of her handlers.
Hundreds of villages burned. Mass rapes and large-scale massacres. 700,000 Rohingyas forced into exile.Filmed in both Myanmar and Bangladesh, this film investigates the premeditated nature of ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya minority.
One of the oldest questions is featured in a show that explores near-death experiences, and paranormal occurrences, raising more questions than it tries to answer.
Mohammed Bakri, director of a documentary on 2002 clashes in occupied West Bank, calls court ruling "unfair" and insists the judge acted on instructions "from above."
Antony Terrell, whose brother was one of the 29 abducted and killed between 1979 and 1981 thinks the man convicted for his brother's murder is not the actual perpetrator.
Every year over 140 hopeful young girls and women from across America come together for one very special event: the national Miss Amazing Pageant, for girls with physical or learning disabilities.
For over 70 years, the United Nations has functioned as a bastion for human rights and defender of the most vulnerable. But what happens when those whose task it is to protect the poor and the weak, women and children -become perpetrators themselves?
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