Six professionals in the audiovisual field share their experiences through a visual and sound sensory journey
How to ride a mechanical bull and not care that everyone is picturing you naked.
BERTHA LUTZ: WOMEN AND THE U.N. CHARTER reveals the important and unknown role of a Brazilian biologist and feminist in ensuring that gender issues were addressed at the basis of the United Nations.
A unique cinema tour de force from Cinema eVerite', 'Flesh Is Heir To' is a psychological thriller delving into the feminine psyche and societal sexuality standards. The film is written and directed by critically acclaimed off-off Broadway writer/producer and filmmaker Dale A. Johnson.
Jones' inner demons threaten to take over her life unless she outruns the voices in her head and the ticking of time.
Five young people. Five minds. Five particular universes. An intersex, a boy living with HIV, a college student, a raped girl and a participant in the Blue Whale game. The violent hour: 4:48 am, when lucidity and desolation meet. They are powerful nights, almost unbearable, where they cry out in their painful relations with delirium, the uncontrolled enjoyment and the tragic desire in an attempt to communicate with a figure who is always busy.
In a dressing-room are five girls, all taking part in the music video for the track Hot Chicks. It is a fun, playful video where the girls have to shake their backsides and strut their stuff to the male artist. A studio manager tells them what is on the agenda, and using a stylist they get ready before starting rehearsals in the studio. Staring Jenny Hutton, Hedda Stiernstedt, Nanna Blondell. Director Ninja Thyberg.
In a dystopian city, where women are merely the possession of men, the 17-year-old Valentina escapes from Zéro’s grasp. Vulnerable and alone, she gets rescued by Alex, the leader of a group of young, strong women who fight together against the injustice in the world.
The film tells the story of the Rote Zora, a militant women’s group in the FRG, which in the 1970s and 1980s carried out actions against various facets of patriarchal power relations. Narrations by various contemporary witnesses, interviews with a historian and former Zoras bring the history of the Rote Zora and the women’s movement of the time back to life. The film shows that many of the Rote Zora’s themes are highly topical and offers exciting material for discussion on how to deal with this history today.
A documentary about women in the Indonesian DIY hardcore/punk scene, including interviews with musicians, photographers, and zine-makers.
Singled [Out] tells the story of five educated women in four corners of the world: Jules in Melbourne, Manu in Barcelona, Shu and Yang in Shanghai, and Melek in Istambul -they all travel solo in a world where pairing up is the norm. Together with the voices of some well-known experts in the areas of sociology, law and demography, the film unveils modern love in the era of choice, and is a journey to the heart of being a single woman today.
Ms Norris meets with students, goes a little batty, has dinner with her boyfriend, and revelations ensue.
The Feminist Library: A Short Film was made in support of the Save the Feminist Library Campaign, documenting a crucial moment in the library's herstory as it fights for its very survival. Shortlisted for the Women's History Network Community Prize, the film revisits the story of the library's inception and emphasises why feminism remains essential today.
Told through the eyes of an Australian news reporter, Eammon Ashton-Atkinson, who moved to the UK to escape depression, the documentary, follows 3 characters on their journey to overcome their struggles as the club competes against 60 other gay clubs in the Bingham Cup in Amsterdam – the World Cup of gay rugby.
A woman must safe herself and escape from a bizarre black room where she waltz with her biggest fear and trauma. A Choreography of Violence is a short experimental film that tells a story about love gone wrong, domestic violence, and freedom. The story is told through contemporary dance, with no dialogue, for the entirety of the film.
An epic meditation on psychoanalysis, the Baader-Meinhof, feminism, and pre-revolutionary Russia.
The pin-up is not just a pretty young woman, not so much dressed and fantasized. This popular American icon would even become a symbol of feminine claims. As soon as we pronounce the word "Pin-up", it's an erotic and retro cliché that comes to mind. We imagine a beautiful ingenue in light clothes looking at us with a smile, endless legs and sexy underwear to guess the curve of a buttock. This short-dressed girl who looks at us in the corner and smiles at us frankly, is an erotic icon.