Ellen Druda

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Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable

A fascinating film about a flawed man who shares his point of view, literally, this could inspire future photojournalists or anyone with a camera to look past the selfie and toward creating a narrative with a picture. [See Trailers, LJ Winter 2018.]
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Mabel, Mabel, Tiger Trainer

This is a story of a woman as fierce as her animals. Libraries with collections supporting women's studies should find a place for this.—Ellen Druda, formerly with Half Hollow Hills Community Lib., Dix Hills, NY
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The Dreamed Ones

The stripped-down style of the film can either entice viewers deeper into the re-created world of these artists, or it can come across as a bit boring. The unusual relationship, considering their family histories, is only a small part of the story. Not for everyone.—Ellen Druda, formerly with Half Hollow Hills Community Lib., Dix Hills, NY
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A Suitable Girl

A wonderful addition to collections in libraries with a large Indian diaspora population, this film is also appropriate as a conversation catalyst for women's studies, sociology, feminism, and modern Indian curricula.
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Mankiller: Activist. Feminist. Cherokee Chief

Inspiring and fast-moving, a solid choice for libraries supporting Native American studies, women's studies, and American history collections.
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Sauti (Voice)

A gritty yet colorful view of lives led as displaced young women in a temporary and foreign place, trying to understand how to survive and strive toward their future.
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Heather Booth: Changing the World; The Most Influential Person You Have Never Heard Of

With the next cycle of elections upon us, this movie should get the juices flowing and motivate potential activists.
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Take My Nose, Please!

Fun and interesting to watch; library users will be drawn in by the expert storytelling.
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Take My Nose, Please!

Fun and interesting to watch; library users will be drawn in by the expert storytelling.

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