A survey of the life of Black anthropologist,novelist, & filmmaker Zora Neale Hurston, a leading writer of the Harlem Renaissance, considered by some to be one of the most important women of the 20th century.
A pregnant professor attends the trial of another African French woman accused of killing her infant daughter.
A mixed group of women, locked into a cellar for safekeeping during the Rwandan Genocide, must find ways to get along despite their hostile feelings.
This harrowing true story based on a racist massacre of Blacks manages to inspire hope due to the efforts of a few courageous Blacks, and even some whites, to help victims.
A guilt-ridden obese gay father tries to reconnect with the daughter he abandoned years ago so he could live with a suicidal gay partner.
A homosexual son, cast out by his mother whom he nonetheless loves & continues to contact, joins the Marines to reform his life, but not his sex.
A boy enters his beloved baby sitter’s body as he explores gender, with some unexpected, funny, & in one moment, dangerous result.
Through the story of a fictional Chicago housewife needing an abortion the story of the underground Jane Collective, the pre-Roe vs. Wade group providing abortions, is told.
Paul’s beloved grandfather urges him to speak up for his Black classmate but the boy finds it difficult to stand against entrenched racism.
11-year-old Johnny idolizes baby sitter Melanie & so manages to send his mind into her body to keep her from quitting, creating chaos, at last arriving at an understanding of his own gender identity.