CURRENTLY IN PRODUCTION
Visible Silence: Thai Tomboys and the Women
Who Love Them is a feature length documentary that intimately
explores a community of Thai women striving for visibility, authenticity, and acceptance in a traditional society.
This film has been partially funded by the following:
Paul Robeson Fund for Social Media
Film Arts Foundation Development Grant
Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice
Center for Cultural Innovation Investing in Artists Grant
Visible Silence is fiscally sponsored by the San Francisco Film Society.
Marea Media founder Ruth Gumnit’s award winning documentary Don’t Fence Me In: Major Mary and The Karen Refugees from Burma is a captivating portrait of 70-year-old freedom fighter Major Mary and her people’s struggle for self-determination. Major Mary’s charismatic stories are accompanied by rare, clandestine footage smuggled out of the refugee camps along the border between Burma and Thailand. The film reveals the Karen refugees’ spirit and determination to survive as political and historical forces conspire against them.