THROUGH FILM WE FIGHT ON
Free and Open to the Public (no tickets required)
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 @ 7 pm
Investigating what happened in the Palestinian village of Tantura in 1948, director Alon Schwarz explores Israeli society’s taboo on discussing the Nakba (Catastrophe) that befell the Palestinians.
Photo: Beno Rothenberg collection. Courtesy of the Israel State Archives. All rights reserved.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 @ 7 pm
This collaborative reimagination with preeminent trans stars breathes new life into long-lost medical archives, revealing the never-before-seen histories of transgender people in 1960s Los Angeles.
Violet Du Feng and Zhao Qing
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 @ 1 pm
Nushu, a centuries-old secret text created by Chinese women, promises modern female empowerment, but also commercial exploitation by the government.
Paula Eiselt and Tonya Lewis Lee
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 @ 4 pm
This timely documentary highlights the dangers Black mothers face as they give birth in the US, and how their grieving families try to heal and change society.
REHANA MARYAM NOOR
Abdullah Mohammad Saad
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 @ 7 pm
A young female doctor fights to bring justice for a student sexually assaulted by one of her senior colleagues in this riveting Bangladeshi drama.