A Day Late but Worth the Wait! Enjoy this interview with @_Princess_Shaw from the #Netflix#Documentary “Presenting Princess Shaw”.
Link in Bio for Apple Podcast @myvoicepodcast Link for SoundCloud @Dara_Ayana
Acid attacks fit squarely into the reality that is violence against women, but take on a uniquely brutal character as the victim’s disfigured face is a constant reminder of the horrific attack, bringing with it a social isolation that compounds the trauma. Zacharie Rabehi documents the 'Acid attack survivors' through his lens.
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(Cat) L'alumna convertida en mestra. @motis_andrea estarà 2 setmanes impartint classes al #taller de #jazz stanford.
(Cast) La alumna convertida en maestra. Andrea Motis estará 2 semanas impartiendo clases en el taller de jazz de Stanford.
(Eng) The student turned into a teacher. Andrea Motis will be teaching for two weeks at the Stanford jazz workshop.
A still from Don’t Touch the Camera, a film about gender inequality and sexism in film school.
It still amazes me how how a lil film can resonate with people even years after it’s released.
Co-Director / Sound Recordist / Editor - @flmgrl
Co-Director / DP / Colorist - @annajcuevas
G&E / AC - @branzheng
We are happy to announce that the documentary film Redneck Muslim is now premiering with the PBS Online Film Festival beginning today from July 16th to July 27th.
Let's come together to show our support for Ta'leef Academy graduate, Shane Atkinson, and SHARE his story! You can VOTE for the film once every 24 hours to help bring authentic Muslim narratives to the mainstream. ‘Redneck Muslim' challenges stereotypes with compelling messages and storytelling: starting a movement for change. Watch it now on PBS Online Film Fest (link in bio). Remember to STREAM, LIKE, and VOTE @POVdocs. #RedneckMuslimPBS#PBSFilmFest#PBS