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Ben-Ari’s goal was not only to defend breastfeeding, but to also show various stories of mothers and the struggles they face.

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Three women, three countries and three blogs. These strong women fight for freedom with their words.

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This film explores gender and religious differences in modern Israel by following two women who come together from different religious backgrounds in order to deal with issues they have with each of their families.

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Improvement Club follows a ragtag group of performers as they prepare a show starring a robot George Washington and a scantily clad bald eagle.

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Ten shorts from ten women that highlight that love is hard and even harder to let go.

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Citizen Jane Film Festival’s showing of Animated Shorts! filled every seat in Charters Auditorium. Standout films were Anita Lebeau’s Louise and Big Drive, Andrea Dorfman’s Big Mouth, and Aude Danset and Carlos de Carvalho’s First Fall.

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For the second year, Citizen Jane shows short films on kinetoscopes, which are like photo booths that screen short films. The three films that they are playing this year are Prom Night, The Adventures of Chris Bosh in the Multiverse and The Event.

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Just in time for this week’s government shutdown, “Citizen Koch” reveals another severe situation about money, power and democracy in the United States.

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The Super 8 home videos of H.R Haldeman, John Ehlrichman and Dwight Chapin — three of President Richard Nixon’s top White House aides — show the dark side of the urge to document every single moment of their “do-good” lives.

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“Think of what life would be like if your artist spouse was so involved in their passion that he or she dropped food coloring in your child’s milk to create an rainbow or brought every street artist he or she met outside to dinner.”

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Despite their brevity, these shorts were fertile in imagination.

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Citizen Jane film review: Towheads

October 6, 2013 11:00 am by

In the dictionary, the definition of towhead is “a person with very blond hair.” We can’t deny that Shannon Plumb has a bright blond hair. However, it’s not hairstyles that Plumb’s debut feature “Towheads” is talking about.

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Tugging rotten teeth out with pliers because the dentist is too expensive might seem extreme, but that is the reality of the people in Remote Area Medical.

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Citizen Jane film review: A Teacher

October 5, 2013 11:00 pm by

Eric Tull is hot for a teacher. Luckily for him, Ms. Watts likes him back.

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Ms.ouri Made features a collection of short films shot by female filmmakers hailing from the Show Me State.

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The From the Archives: Finding Identity event featured four films that were made during the feminist film movement. The event screened the films and filmmakers Julia Reichert and Yvonne Welbon discussed the movies and answered questions.

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Sailing around the world alone sounds crazy to most, but for 14-year-old Laura Dekker it was an adventure.

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Vox previews four investigative journalism documentaries, all covering different issues in politics, coming to the Citizen Jane Film Festival this weekend.

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Head to Panera for low-fat, yoghurt-based smoothies that satisfy.

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CoMo blogs

April 17, 2013 3:00 pm by

This handful of Columbia blogs are worth a look.

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