1991’s Clarence Thomas vs. Anita Hill hearings were raw, gripping theater which united a firestorm about sexual misconduct and gender inequality in the workplace. More than 20 years later, filmmaker Freida Mock empowers Anita Hill to tell her own story through a series of intimate interviews. In the end, the film acknowledges how far we’ve come on these issues, but also reminds us how much more work there is to do. Premiered at 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
The documentary films of social and environmental injustice that artist Susan Swartz has contributed to including Academy Award winners Born into Brothels and The Cove.