[Brooklyn, New York] : [Distributed by] Icarus Films, 
Video — 1 streaming video file (50 min.) : digital, sound, color
'I wouldn't dream of trusting my family.' - Anita. In Pakistan, many women who decide to leave abusive marriages are signing their own death warrants. They risk being disfigured or murdered by men who believe it is the only way to restore honor to the family. Authorities in Pakistan rarely respond to reports of honor killing. The Human Rights Commission Pakistan and the Women Action Forum estimate that 1000 women are murdered each year, with little or no response from the government. At the Dastak women's shelter in Lahore, women accused of tarnishing the family honor find a safe haven. Here, receiving both counseling and legal advice. Kubra is one such woman. After enduring repeated beatings, the 28-year-old fled to Dastak. We meet Kubra--armed guard in tow--on her way to a meeting with members of her family. They entreat her to return. Eventually, she agrees. Three weeks later, she is murdered, shot to death in her sleep. Through Kubra's story, and the stories of other women at Dastak, the film creates a portrait of one institution that is protecting Pakistani women, at least the women who can make it there.
Blu-ray & DVD collector's ed. - [United States] : Home Box Office ; Burbank, CA : distributed by Warner Home Video, 
Video — 4 videodiscs (344 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
This five-part drama is an intimate portrait of a uniquely independent woman who finds herself newly divorced during the Depression years, as she struggles to carve out a new life for herself and her family. The story explores Mildred's unreasonable devotion to her insatiable daughter Veda, as well as the complex relationship she shares with the indolent men in her life, including her polo-playing lover Monty Beragon and ex-husband Bert Pierce. Includes Exclusive Bonus Features.
Universal City, CA : Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 
Video — 1 Blu-ray Disc (115 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Queen Elizabeth's reign is threatened by familial betrayal and Spain's invading army, and she must act to protect the lives of her people, which will include a tragic sacrifice on her part, all while securing her country as the greatest nation on earth, as well as her position as a beloved icon.
Voorwoord; Inhoudsopgave; H1. Transnationalisme & diaspora; H2. Afro-Surinaamse vrouwen in Suriname; H3. Afro-Surinaamse vrouwen in Nederland; H4. Paramaribo rond de 21ste eeuw; H5 Beschermen en zorgen (1940); H6 Overleven en loslaten (1960); H7. Gezin en carrière (1980); H8. Veranderende perspectieven; H9. Nadere onderzoeksbevindingen; H10. Culturele transferentie; Eindnoten hoofdstuk 5; Eindnoten hoofdstuk 7; Bijlage I; Bijlage II; Literatuur; Websites; Curriculum Vitae van de auteur; Summary.
In dit onderzoek wordt nagegaan welke betrokkenheden en identificaties met de herkomst - en vestigingsdiaspora leven bij drie generaties Afro-Surinaamse remigrantenvrouwen. Betrokkenheden en identificaties met diaspora worden hierbij opgevat als talige praktijken van roots en routes. De roots verwijzen hierbij naar voorstellingen, wensen en dromen van de vertellers. Bij routes moet worden gedacht aan de verbindingen die transmigranten maken en het ontstaan van transculturele werkelijkheden. Hierbij is (re)creatie van creolisering in multietnische samenlevingen een centraal begrip. Betrokkenhed.
Video — 1 streaming video file (50 min.) sd., col.
A documentary examining the Philippines' second largest export product-- maternal love [domestic workers]-- and how this export affects the women involved, their families in the Philippines, and families in the West. The money the expatriates earn in the West is sent home to the Philippines, where local help is hired to look after their children. This money is the Philippines' largest source of income in foreign currency.
[Netherlands] : Paradiso Home Entertainment, c2006.
Video — 1 videodisc (108 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Tolstoy's portrait of 1880s Russian society life. Anna is discontented in her marriage to the older Karenin. While visiting her brother, she meets the dashing cavalry officer Count Vronsky. While initially uncertain about her feelings, she soon throws caution to the wind and embarks on a passionate affair with Vronsky.
Video — 1 streaming video file (92 min.) : digital, sound, color. Sound: digital. Digital: streaming video file.
Rumidja, a 62-year-old widow, lives in Jakarta, Indonesia with her son Bakti and her 11-year-old granddaughter Tari. Since the fall of dictator Suharto seven years ago, she has witnessed the country passing through a tumultuous period of socio-political chaos. Rapid globalization and democratization has spawned a subculture of criminality and uncertainty. Islam, the largest religion in Indonesia, is trying to maintain order and discipline and is becoming increasingly fundamentalist in its tone, which has consequences on the everyday lives of all Indonesians, no matter their religion. Rumidjah, who is a Christian, has had more than enough of the capital's chaos of these last years. When her son Bakti converts to Islam to marry a Muslim girl, she seriously considers leaving the hectic city forever and moving to the safety of the countryside. The only thing tying Rumidjah to the city is the care for her granddaughter. She knows that for the 11-year old girl, there is no future in such a rural environment. Mechanization has made it almost impossible to find employment on the farms and survival as an old uneducated woman in the face of such brutal change is difficult. Rumidjah manages to find small comfort thinking of her little granddaughter whom she wants to get a good education, and who will certainly get further in life. Through her faith in God, Rumidjah doesn't lose hope for a better future.