Sin País: PBS nationally, in late summer.
Seoul Train: Featured on CNN’s AC360 after the death of Kim Jong-Il, for a look inside North Korea and its human rights crisis.
Weightless: Screening at American Culture Association/Popular Culture Association conference in April. Will also be featured in inaugural Fat Studies journal published by Routledge.
Silent Choices: Screening at Carleton College in February and as part of a reproductive choice symposium at Queens College in March.
My Perestroika: Screening at the first American film festival in Kiev, Ukraine, as part of the American Documentary Showcase
The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers: Screening at the first American film festival in Kiev, Ukraine as part of the American Documentary Showcase.
Maid in America: Screening at the Women, Social Justice, Documentary Symposium at Smith College March 30 – April 1
Land of Opportunity: Screening at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies
conference in Boston (March 24) and the Southern Sociological Society conference in New Orleans (March 25)
Immigrant Nation: Screening at the National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies conference in March.
Daddy and Papa: Screening at Southwest Social Science Association annual meeting and White Privilege conference.
Crossing Lines: Screening at Prasad Film and TV Academy and University of Madras Department of Journalism and Communication, Chennai, India; Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media, Bangalore, India.
Concrete, Steel & Paint: Screening for “On Screen/In Person,” the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation’s series that toured the eastern seaboard.
Children in No Man’s Land: Screening at US Embassy in Luanda, Angola, to a group of refugees and returnees as part of the American Documentary Showcase.
By Invitation Only: Annual Carnival season screening at Loyola University in New Orleans, LA.
Ask Not: Screening at New York Public Library.
Weightless: Will be featured in the inaugural Fat Studies journal published by
ANPO: Art X War: Featured in the 2012 issue of The Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America.
If the Mango Tree Could Speak: A sequel is being produced, re-visiting the same ten characters, all now in their mid-30s.
Straightlaced—How Gender’s Got Us All Tied Up: Now distributed with a 160-page curriculum guide to help educators untangle complexities of pressures to conform to gender norms and homophobia.
Sin País: Now with a new discussion guide developed by the San Francisco Film Society.