Download a digital copy of the 2016/17 Digital Online Catalog now! Click through the catalog and order directly from each hyper-linked page. Films are available via DVD and digital licensing.
This special collection of powerful new releases explores critical social, political and historical issues that affect Latina women in America and abroad today. Trailers and clips are available for nearly all new titles on our YouTube 2016 Playlist.
New releases include:
OVARIAN PSYCOS: rides along with the Ovarian Psycos all-female bike brigade whose feminist ideals confront issues of injustice, racism, violence and gentrification in Eastside Los Angeles.
NI AQUI, NI ALLA: illuminates the challenges facing an undocumented college student and her family who are at a turning point in their lives.
DON'T TELL ANYONE: this Peabody Award-winner was broadcast on POV, and follows Angy Rivera, an undocumented young woman who uses activism and a popular blog to battle an inequitable immigration system and an uncertain future.
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