Dede, a photojournalist and recovering addict, moves in next door to Laura, a young woman with autism. As the pair begins to form an unlikely friendship, Dede assembles a documentary to tell a story about getting sober, family and friendship, and love and forgiveness.
In this toothy “home for the holidays” remix, a Filipino-American family reunites over a long Christmas weekend only to discover that something unusual is festering in their household. What starts out as a fun holiday reunion quickly warps into a darkly humorous crime drama as the family plots to kill one of their own.
Megumi Sasaki's latest film reveals the complex story behind the ongoing debate on the longstanding whale and dolphin hunting traditions. This powerful documentary unearths a deep divide in Eastern and Western thought about nature, wildlife, and cultural sensitivity in the face of global activism.
International artists, art historians, postcolonial theorists, historians, anthropologists, and political scientists explore the idea of the “progressive” in early independent Indian society and its continuing relevance for India today.