A young Muslim woman, trained as an anthropologist, sufferes hardship and professional censure to save a desert tribe in Egypt from becoming extinct in the harsh Sahara.
A powerful account of modern war reporting - by women. From the front lines of Sarajevo and Afghanistan, Saywell follows two women as they attempt to make sense of the madness of war, and find their own way to balance their lives and perspectives.
The inner terrain of teenage girls living right in Toronto’s inner core, raised in shelters and housing projects, these girls feel so disconnected, that joining a clique or gang becomes the only way to belong. For them, violence is empowerment.
The story of war, as experienced by two girls, who live across the street from each other – but are raised as enemies. Martyr Street, in the West Bank has long been known as a flashpoint. It’s the only place where Jewish settlers live in the heart of a Palestinian city.