The Docuseek UK Collection
The Docuseek UK Collection includes the following titles:
Powerful and fiercely honest, I HAD AN ABORTION tackles the taboo of discussing abortion.
After Mukhtar Mai, a rural Pakistani woman, was gang-raped by order of her tribal council as punishment for her younger brother’s alleged relationship with a woman from another clan, she speaks out, fights for justice in the Pakistani courts, starts two schools for girls in her village and a crisis center for abused women.
Julie Wyman's compelling documentary chronicles Theo's transformation from a woman to a man over the course of six years.
HALVING THE BONES provides a spirited exploration of the meaning of family, history and memory, cultural identity and what it means to have been named after Babe Ruth!
In Thailand, women make up 90 percent of the labor force responsible for garments and toys for export by multinational corporations. This powerful, revealing documentary about women factory workers and their struggle to organize unions exposes the human cost behind the production of everyday items that reach our shores.
A video essay set in the Mexican-U.S. border town of Ciudad Juarez, where U.S. multinational corporations assemble electronic and digital equipment just across from El Paso, Texas.
Highlights Sanger's pioneering strategies of using media and popular culture to advance the cause of birth control.
Explores the intersection of feminism with popular music, focusing on the role of female recording artists in the 1990s and their influence on modern women.
Filmed as the U.S. planned for its September 2021 withdrawal of troops, IN THE RUMBLING BELLY OF MOTHERLAND documents an inspiring female-led news agency in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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