Showing 1 - 10 of 1,503 titles with a criteria of Subject is Social Issues
Tens of thousands of citizens occupied streets and squares in Spain, marking the beginning of the biggest social change in Spanish society. This planted the seed for Occupy Wall Street in the USA.
Pragda Films | 2012 | 75 minutes
Five short films from Indigenous communities across Indonesia show their response to threats to their forests posed by miners, loggers, palm oil plantations and global warming. In the sixth film a Dayak Iban community inspires hope as it offers a simple solution to the global climate crisis.
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Face to Face Media | 2008 | 37 minutes
Exposé of the horrifying results of the 1996 immigration law.
Bullfrog Films | 2001 | 55 minutes
At the Philadelphia abortion helpline, counselors field nonstop calls from women and teens who are seeking to end a pregnancy but can’t afford to, illustrating how economic stigma and cruel laws determine who has access to abortion in America.
Women Make Movies | 2020 | 13 minutes
With increasing burdens on clinics, activists are combining the power of abortion pills and the internet to provide self-managed abortions in a revolutionary way
GOOD DOCS | 2022 | 35 minutes
A documentation of the Lebanese Civil War.
Collective Eye Films | 2019 | 84 minutes
In 1961, Adolf Eichmann was sentenced to death for crimes against the Jewish people and against humanity. While this judgment was met with consensus on a national level, some spoke out against it.
Icarus Films | 2014 | 60 minutes
ABSENCES, by award winning filmmaker Tatiana Huezo (The Tiniest Place), exposes the ever-intensifying phenomenon of enforced disappearance in Mexico and the ways it affects women.
Women Make Movies | 2015 | 26 minutes
The story of activists who opposed the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, including their lives, the tactics they used, and the historical context.
Bullfrog Films | 2017 | 60 minutes
As her family’s worst nightmare unfolds on screen, Lissette Orozco's Adriana’s Pact explors accounts by human rights organizations, colleagues, and the press, but....who is saying the truth? The film bridges the divide between emotion, memory, and history.
Pragda Films | 2017 | 96 minutes