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Evaporating Borders EB_Poster

An essay in five parts, Evaporating Borders offers a series of vignettes, poetically guided by filmmaker Iva Radivojevic’s curious eye and personal reflections. Through the people she encounters along the way, the film dissects the experience of asylum seekers in Cyprus : A PLO activist and exile from Iraq is denied asylum within 15 minutes; neo-nazi fundamentalists roam the streets in an attack on Muslim migrants; activists and academics organize an antifascist rally and clash with the neo-nazis; 195 migrants drown in the Mediterranean. Originally from Yugoslavia and an immigrant to Cyprus, Iva Radivojevic investigates the effects of large-scale immigration on the sense of national identity in one of the easiest ports of entry into Fortress Europe. Poetcally photographed and rendered, the film passionately weaves the themes of migration, tolerance, identity and belonging. For institutional sales

Kate-DVDCover   Kate Bornstein is a Queer & Pleasant Danger 

  Cited by IndieWire as one of the must-see films of the 2014 festival circuit,    Kate Bornstein is a Queer & Pleasant Danger is the first feature-          length documentary portrait of the pioneer transgender author and    performance artist Kate Bornstein. Director Sam Feder’s film captures the  many facets of this queer hero and pioneering gender outlaw. Whether she is  charming an enraptured audience on her latest book tour, tweeting to  thousands of fans, or deconstructing postmodern theory, Kate’s bold  thinking, wicked wit, and astonishing candor get to the heart of  transformations in gender and sexuality today. The documentary sheds new  light on issues of critical importance to trans and queer communities such  as: gender theory as a survival strategy; depression and alternatives to  suicide; a broad gender spectrum vs. the rigid gender binary; illness, treatment, and recovery; and notions of queer family and legacy. For institutional sales

Boy I Am

An important exploration of issues rarely touched upon by most films portraying female-to-male (FTM) transgender experiences, this feature-length documentary sets itself apart from other recent films on this topic. Tackling the resistance of some women in feminists and lesbian communities who view FTM transitioning as at best a “trend” or at worst an anti-feminist act that taps into male privilege, this groundbreaking film opens up a dialog between the lesbian, feminist, and transgender communities while also promoting understanding of transgender issues for general audiences. DVD sales Streaming sales