The London Feminist Film Festival is an independent film festival celebrating feminist films past and present from women directors around the world. The third LFFF will be held from 20 to 23 August, with screenings at the Rio Cinema, Dalston and the Tricycle Theatre, Kilburn.
This year we will screen 15 films over four days, with a varied mix of genres and subjects – from documentaries on Jewish feminism, hip hop, a legendary Ghanaian playwright, and kids’ views on gender, to an animation about a Welsh suffragette, via dramas on being a female gondolier in Venice and sexual harassment in public spaces. We’ll also have our popular ‘Feminist Classic’ session – this year, Cynthia Scott’s 1990 The Company of Strangers, a wonderful multi-award-winning film focusing on older women. Each session is followed by a panel discussion where we discuss all things film and feminism.
View the full programme, and buy tickets, here: http://londonfeministfilmfestival.com/lfff-2015-programme/
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