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Causes

Timely Kickstarter Raising Funds For Short Film About 3 Women Sharing Later Abortion Stories

Timely Kickstarter Raising Funds For Short Film About 3 Women Sharing Later Abortion Stories

Do you remember what you were doing on June 24, 2022? That was the day the US Supreme court overturned Roe v Wade, sending the country back 50 years before […]

Entertainment

OVID.tv August Documentary Lineup A Timely Look At The Fight For Abortion Rights

OVID.tv August Documentary Lineup A Timely Look At The Fight For Abortion Rights

June 24, 2022 will forever be etched into our minds as a dark day in American history – the day the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade, with […]

Entertainment

Photo credit: Adam Carboni for Work and Serve Productions | BeBe prepares for a show in her dressing room.

Award-Winning Docu ‘Being Bebe’ Chronicles The Extraordinary Life Of First ‘Drag Race Winner BeBe Zahara Benet

After a World Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival last year, and over 30 festivals on four continents, Emily Branham’s first feature documentary BEING BEBE roars into Pride Month by making […]

Entertainment

Ann Shin animating the face of her avatar during a facial mapping session | Photo credit: Stephen Chung

Ann Shin’s Fascinating Documentary “A.RTIFICIAL I.MMORTALITY” Ponders If the Human Mind Can Live Forever Through Technology

Can artificial intelligence (AI) enable us to live forever? Filmmaker and author Ann Shin (a Canadian Screen Award winner for ‘The Defector: Escape From North Korea’) sets out on a […]

Entertainment

'The Bengali' - Fatima Shaik in a field in Khori Village. Image by River Films.

African-American Author Fatima Shaik Makes Unlikely Quest From New Orleans To India In Kavery Kaul’s “The Bengali”

Fatima Shaik, an African-American author (Economy Hall) from New Orleans, and whose family has lived in Louisiana for four generations, embarks upon an unlikely quest from The Big Easy to […]

Interviews

Anti-Racism Film Sparks Discussion On Allyship, White Saviorism & America’s Original Sin

Anti-Racism Film Sparks Discussion On Allyship, White Saviorism & America’s Original Sin

If there was one thing that became crystal clear in the summer of 2020 after the horrific murder of George Floyd, it was that there is no way we as […]

Entertainment

50+ Divorcée + Former Housewife Becomes An Adult Film Star To Prove Sexuality Has No Expiration Date

50+ Divorcée + Former Housewife Becomes An Adult Film Star To Prove Sexuality Has No Expiration Date

It’s the kind of story we are not used to seeing – a woman over the age of 50 rediscovering her sexuality in a whole new way, and embracing it […]

Girl on a Mission

Director Sarah Moshman Shares Her Success Secrets, From Fundraising To Netflix Distribution, In New Book

Director Sarah Moshman Shares Her Success Secrets, From Fundraising To Netflix Distribution, In New Book

If you have been a GTHQ reader for a while, you already know how much we love award-winning documentary director Sarah Moshman. From ‘The Empowerment Project’, a film about trailblazing […]

Interviews

‘Black Boys’ Dir. Sonia Lowman On The Urgency Of Racial Justice & Documentary Being A Vehicle For Change

‘Black Boys’ Dir. Sonia Lowman On The Urgency Of Racial Justice & Documentary Being A Vehicle For Change

With 2020 bringing conversations about systemic racial injustice to the forefront of America’s collective consciousness in a very startling way, in light of the heinous murders of George Floyd and […]

Entertainment

Olympic Gymnast Stripped Of Her Gold Medal In 2000 Seeks Answers, In Eye-Opening New Documentary

Olympic Gymnast Stripped Of Her Gold Medal In 2000 Seeks Answers, In Eye-Opening New Documentary

It is the news that no Olympic athlete ever wants to hear – that they have been found with a banned substance in their body. For those who have won […]

Feminism

FEMINIST FRIDAY Watch Acclaimed Documentaries By & About Extraordinary Women From Around The Globe In June

FEMINIST FRIDAY Watch Acclaimed Documentaries By & About Extraordinary Women From Around The Globe In June

Welcome to another edition of Feminist Friday! That time of the week where we gather around our virtual campfires and fangirl over a handful of video content we can’t get […]

Feminism

FEMINIST FRIDAY: 3 Social Change Short Documentaries Made By Girls, For Girls, About Girls

FEMINIST FRIDAY: 3 Social Change Short Documentaries Made By Girls, For Girls, About Girls

Welcome to another Feminist Friday column! That time of the week where we sit back and consume our fave videos we can’t get enough of. Centered around an intersectional feminist […]

Causes

New Documentary Goes Beyond The #MeToo Headlines Sharing A Series Of Powerful, Personal Stories

New Documentary Goes Beyond The #MeToo Headlines Sharing A Series Of Powerful, Personal Stories

We’ve all seen the headlines, heard the allegations, and been part of the collective anger and pain that the #MeToo movement has unearthed over the past few years. While the […]

Feminism

A still image from the 'Untouchable' trailer of actress Rosanna Arquette (Hulu originals). Note: we did not want to put an image of Harvey Weinstein as the lead picture for this article for obvious reasons.

FEMINIST FRIDAY: ‘Untouchable’ Documentary Giving Voice To The Women Who Brought Down Harvey Weinstein

Welcome to another Feminist Friday column! That time of the week where we depart from our regular scheduled content and gather around to fangirl over our fave videos of the […]

Interviews

'Before Stonewall' poster

Newly-Restored, Award-Winning Film ‘Before Stonewall’ Takes Us Through An Important LGBTQ History Timeline

Every June we celebrate Pride month, and in 2019 it’s extra special because it also coincides with the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, where it all began. While there […]