Recy Taylor, a 24-year-old black woman, wife and mother, was gang raped by six white boys in 1944 Alabama. Common in Jim Crow South, few women spoke up in fear for their lives. Not Recy Taylor.
Saturday 8 December 7:30pm
Black youth stereotypes are turned upside down in this roller coaster ride of emotions. Packing all the drama of “A Chorus Line,” the adolescent charm of “Fame” and the talent of “Glee,” you will laugh, cry and feel inspired by these amazing students.
Friday 7 December, 8:00pm
Sunday 9 December 5:00pm
Films about and from the perspective of women around the world.
Friday 7 December 7:30pm
Saturday 8 December, 8:00pm
A father breaks the chains of fear and oppression to allow hope, the expression of love and freedom to leave the Amish.
Friday 7 December 1:45pm
A coming of age voyage in which the children must trek from their adopted city school all the way back to their birthplace to make peace with those who gave them up for a ‘better’ life.
Sunday 9 December 4:15pm
Short films from around the world on life choices.
Saturday 8 December 4:15pm
A subway is blocked between stations on the morning after the fire tragedy at Collective Club in Bucharest. Forced together people begin to interact.
Friday 7 December 4:15pm
Short films from around the world that change the way we think.
Friday 7 December 1:00pm
For more than fifty years, former U.S Attorney General Ramsey Clark has fought against the abuses of U.S. power and championed the causes of peace, justice, and human rights issues worldwide.
Friday 7 December 5:00pm
Innovative ways of resolving conflict through art and sport.
Saturday 8 December 1:45pm
Rosilyn Temple turned a personal search for justice into a life changing community call to action
Saturday 8 December, 1:00pm
A collection of short films on people seeking a better life
Sunday 9 December, 1:45pm
Join us on this journey of discovery and enlightenment while celebrating Black history and natural styles that are taking the world by storm.
Saturday 8 December 5:00pm