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The Battle at the Ballot Box

Documentary Casts a Light on Voter Disenfranchisement by Steve Desroches A woman is sent to three different polling stations. After waiting in line for 30 minutes,...

Ask Me Where I’m Going

Rediscovering Chavela Vargas by Rebecca M. Alvin For the documentary filmmaker, timing is everything. Of course, having a passion for your subject matter goes without saying,...

Waters Edge Cinema

"The cinema’s aim is to offer the community a mix of mainstream and independent films that span a variety of genres and subject matter." The...

You Can’t Embargo Hope

by Steve Desroches The Gaza Strip: the name of this tiny Palestinian territory on the Mediterranean Sea elicits images of perennial war, strife, and conflict....

Illuminating Cuban Lives

by Rebecca M. Alvin Just a few weeks ago, there were two announcements made by the U.S. government that marked a sharp step back from...

Where Everybody Knows Your Name

The Movement to Save Lesbian Bars by Steve Desroches TOP IMAGE: Owner of New York...

REVIEW: Duty Free

by Rebecca M. Alvin As children we naturally depend upon our parents, seeing them as our guides, all-knowing gods...

A Full Circle Rainbow

Documentaries on LGBT History by Steve Desroches With 1969 generally marked as the beginning of the modern movement for equal rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and...

REVIEW: Yardie

by Rebecca M. Alvin Top Image: Aml Ameen as D. in Yardie (2018). Courtesy of Rialto Pictures/Studiocanal

A Woman’s Place

The Legacy of Alice Guy-Blaché is Alive and Well at Waters Edge by Rebecca M. Alvin