Support Catarina de Sousa’s Participation in the CoLab!

Catarina de Sousa is looking forward to merging poetry and visual arts with documentary, and working on a project that challenges her to leave her comfort zone. As an activist journalist, she’s also keen to understand and live close to the political struggles of our current world context.

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An Act of Worship

In a time when hate crimes have reached their highest level since 9/11, Trump’s Travel Ban, which was recently upheld by the Supreme Court, has sent a message to Muslims around the world: they are not welcome…

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Return to the Andes

After living in New York City for 20 years, Nelida Silva (from Soy Andina) returns again to her Peru birthplace — this time with a dream of helping rural women start businesses. That’s a daunting challenge in the Andes,…

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The Mothership 2050

THE MOTHERSHIP: 2050 is an inspiring documentary about a woman facing her own extinction and the extinction of the planet she so viscerally loves. Knowing she has only one year to live, Constance Adams–space architect, single…

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Lesley Steele’s Fellowship

Sponsor Lesley Steele’s involvement in the UnionDocs Collaborative Studio. From Lesley: It has been quite the honor to be accepted into UnionDoc’s 10 month collaborative…

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Emma Yi’s Fellowship

Sponsor Emma Yi’s involvement in the UnionDocs Collaborative Studio. From Emma: Hi, everyone, Thank you so much for visiting my campaign page and choosing to be part of my journey as…

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Emily Packer’s Fellowship

Sponsor Emily Packer’s involvement in the UnionDocs Collaborative Studio. From Emily: Hi, everyone, I’m so excited to announce my participation in this years UnionDocs Collaborative Studio!…

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A Paradise Lost

A PARADISE LOST is an animated/live-action documentary about how a little Hawaiian bird in 1979 successfully sued the State of Hawai‘i to save its kind, but is still on the verge of extinction.

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