feminist moving image
Bend It Like Beckham Could Have Been Queerer, But It Still Aged Well
MIA BAYS: ON A MISSION
WHY ARE ALL OUR PROPHETS DEAD? By Marissa Mireles Hinds
TRUTH: a visual poem
Miriam Bale: Indie Memphis 2020
LFF 2017: Part 1
As detailed in Little White Lies’ wonderfully comprehensive list, this year’s LFF programme showcased 112 feature and short films...
San Sebastián International Film Festival - New Directors: Killing Jesus
Colombian director Laura Mora has presented her first feature film Matar a Jesús (Killing Jesus) as part of the Festival’s New Directors...
San Sebastián International Film Festival - Official Selection: Alanis
Anahí Berneri’s fifth and third film competing in San Sebastián follows a young prostitute, mother of a one-year-old boy who gets kicked...
Interview: Fatos Üstek
Fatoş Üstek is a name that is becoming increasingly prevalent in galleries across London. Working as an independent curator Üstek has...
The Watermelon Woman: Cheryl Dunye’s Disruptive Cinematics
Cheryl Dunye is a film director, producer, screenwriter, editor, and actor. She is Black and identifies as a lesbian. Dunye became...
Liliane Lijn’s Fragments of Memories and The Fragmented Body
I am not simply using fragments of my body as containers for memory but these fragments transform in my imagination to become parts of...
documenta 14: Learning from Women
documenta 14 is the 14th edition of the quinquennial art exhibition held in Kassel. Founded by Arnold Bold in 1955 to help reignite...
Shakesqueer Adapted: The Bard as a Force of Change in 'Were the World Mine' (2008)
The history of Shakespeare adaptation for the screen is long and diverse. It has crossed spatial, lingual and generic boundaries. Were...
INTERVIEW: Or Die Trying
Being a woman in film is hard. As of this year only four women have ever been nominated for the 'Best Director' award at the Oscars and...
MTV AWARDS 2017: THE GENDER NEUTRAL AWARD
This past week Emma Watson won the award for best performance by an actor in a film at the MTV movie awards. This marked the first time...
Polyversum Super 8 at Internationales Frauenfilmfestival Dortmund - Köln
Super 8 film, for me, has a close connection to my father. Though I have not seen the films for many years, I remember watching my father...
In Control of the Situation
The 2017 edition of the Internationales Frauen Film Festival of Dortmund and Cologne in North Rhine-Westfalia, Germany, marked the 30th...
VIDDING IS SEEING: FEMINISM THROUGH FANDOM
Fandom in general has a pretty bad reputation, most of us think of fans as red-eyed fanatics who engage in near stalker-like activity...
CAMERA : EYE - BABETTE MANGOLTE
As the subject of one of the Essay Film Festival’s special focuses, cinematographer, photographer, writer and director Babette Mangolte...
Online Premier: turtleneck (2016) by Hannah Ford
We're pleased to share the link for Hannah Ford's turtleneck (2016) which is premiering online today. Hannah Ford is a graduate from GSA...