“In every century, there are a handful of writers who help the human race to evolve. Andrea was one of them.”
– Gloria Steinem
Dworkin challenges us to rethink our most deeply imbedded ideas about the hierarchies of domination and submission that infuse our sexual, social and economic relationships.
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“SHADOW MAN” – a short film written and directed by Roberta Pyzel, puts a human face on the subject of justice.
Ricky, a small-time drug dealer, in prison with a 25 years to life sentence for a violent crime he did not commit, breaks down as he relives a night of terror, and begs a resistant court appointed lawyer, to file an Appeal on his behalf.
“Pascal Arquimedes and Audrey Woods are uniformly exceptional, utterly natural…SHADOW MAN grip(s) the viewer from the outset.”
– John Smistad, THE MOVIE BLOG.
“Shooting Stars has universal significance. It leads the viewer to sense his or her own mortality [and to experience] profound feelings of appreciation for life.”
– The Cape Codder
“The painful honesty captured in the film is effectively brought forth as [it] flip-flops between normal, day-to-day issues and the complexities heaped upon the men by AIDS… Most members of the group agreed that being diagnosed with AIDS was like a ‘wake-up call.’ ‘It makes you finally deal with living.'”
– The Provincetown Advocate
“The great value of Shooting Stars lies in its unsentimental, humane, surprisingly humorous, and deeply touching illustration of the benefit of being involved in an AIDS support group.”
– A & U (America’s AIDS Magazine)
“A touching profile.”
– New York Native
MY NAME IS ANDREA
Appearances: ASHLEY JUDD, SOKO, AMANDLA STENBERG, ANDREA RISEBOROUGH, ALLEN LEECH, CHRISTINE LAHTI
A rousing portrait of feminist writer Andrea Dworkin, one of the most controversial and misunderstood figures of the 20th century, who fought passionately for justice and equality for women.