A documentary short film, "Imagemaker" was shot during a 13-year art residency of preparing the image of Goddess Kali for Kali Puja, a traditional Hindu ritual. Complemented by image-making process, archival sources, expert interviews, "Imagemaker" delves into an 80 year-old mystical and artistic tradition in Los Angeles, occasionally turning the lens on the artist and her experience with motherhood.
A story about the duties and dilemmas that motherhood and society impose on women.
Year One is an award-winning documentary about identity, postpartum depression, and the first year of motherhood made by new mom and Brooklyn filmmaker Erin Bagwell.
Throughout her life, the woods have provided Els Van Woert with inspiration and balance. It is why she loves trail running. Today, many of her adventures on the trail are spent with her 5-year-old daughter, Pippa. In a letter to Pippa, Els describes this relationship with the outdoors. But through her words, she also explores all that motherhood has taught her about being a woman, uncovering past scars, confronting fear, discovering vulnerability, and evolving her definition of bravery.
Shot in southern Vermont.
A woman tries to conceive her first baby naturally, an infertility problem take her on a long and strenuous journey of 10 years on treatments, lab tests, doctors, medicines, surgeries, faith, and a hope that is about to run out.
In this documentary a group of mother's share their stories about self-care, what it looks like for them, the importance of it, and how they are trying to balance work/ life/home/friendships.
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