Martha & Ethel is a story that you don’t see very often, perhaps because it shows the flip side of the privileged lifestyle. It is the story of 2 lifelong nannies and the two families they worked for in Manhattan and Greenwich, Connecticut from the 1940’s up to the 1990’s. The film follows the nannies and their relationship to the families’ children for a lifetime.
“Throwing Curves – Eva Zeisel” explores the life and art of a brave & adventurous woman who conquered the 20th century with her curvilinear style to become one of the most famous industrial designers of the modern era. She thought of her designs as gifts to others. Her motto was “the playful search for beauty.”
Hats Off, a feature-length documentary, profiles the beauty and eccentricities of an extraordinary woman, 93-year-old actress Mimi Weddell.
Parents and students understand the energy and emotions conjured by the SAT, which is not only part of the college admissions process, but also a true rite of passage for teenagers in the United States. Most of us never forget our score, or how we feel about it. This film endeavors to support individuals—especially young people—by examining what the test measures and means, and asking a range of visionaries, admissions professionals, and interested parties to discuss the use and ramifications of the test.
Libby is an artist with vivid dreams. She lives smack in the Village, the downtown soul of creative Manhattan, in a world of her making that flourishes behind the bolted door of her 7th floor walkup. Enter into a ever changing landscape askew with tiny hands, skinny legs, sharp-witted words, dark hair heads, deceptively simple collages and thousands of photographs—mostly of her.
A housekeeper from El Salvador wants to tell her story. She works on the Tiburon peninsula, in one of the wealthiest communities in the United States. Her work ethic is compelling, as is her sense of humor. Please meet, the Queen of Belvedere.
A study of fine art photography inspired by the late Luigi Ghirri.