We are very excited to publish our first short documentary with The New Yorker. Our film Maidan: Tonight, Tomorrow explores the atmosphere of Kiev's Maidan Nezalezhnosti before the Ukrainian presidential elections held on May 25th. Filmmaker Leeor Kaufman interviewed some of the groups still occupying government buildings and also filmed protest actions by the fascist group Right Sector during his ten days in the square. This was a team effort but we would like to extend special thanks to Leeor and to Whitney Johnson, without whom this film wouldn't have happened.
The Last Clinic is a film that documents the battle over Mississippi's last abortion clinic and the potential effects that could reverberate nationwide. The state's Pro-Life Movement has successfully sponsored laws that have forced the closure of 13 abortion clinics, now only one remains. At the same time, Pro- Life funded Crisis Pregnancy Centers are opening at a rapid rate with one goal — to bring every pregnancy to conception. THE LAST CLINIC is the story of the women in Mississippi who are in need of reproductive health services and often caught in the battle over access to care. It’s the story of the people determined to end abortion in Mississippi and those who are desperately working to keep the last clinic open. If Mississippi's last clinic closes, will yours?
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Damien Cave writes about Shaul Schwarz's new documentary film Narco Cultura.
"Narco Cultura is a film with historical import. It does what great documentary work in any medium should do: it records, without fear or favor, a time and a place and the people there who struggle with forces beyond their control."
View the entire article HERE.
The film is in theaters across the nation for cities and showtime visit narcocultura.com