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Wednesday, 27 March 2024
19:00-21:00 / 7-9PM

​This screening session features 7 documentaries. All films are in English OR have English subtitles.​

Location: BFI STEPHEN STREET, 21 Stephen Street, London

Free tickets: Reservations are not longer possible for this screening. There will still be some seats available just before the screening, which will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.

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Fragments (United Kingdom) by Mélodie Roulaud

A portrait of trans non-binary artist Fleur Bloemsma, short film Fragments takes an introspective journey into their understanding and experience of their own body, and the meanders of their mind. Directed by French filmmaker and photographer Mélodie Roulaud, the film interrogates the language used to communicate the body, the self and their representation, through the interconnectedness of physical attributes and bodily experiences with matters of identity.

Running time: 00:03:38

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What If Women Ruled The World? (Italy) byu Giulia Magno

Judy Chicago (b. 1939) is one of the most influential artists of our time. Her work has been essential in creating a space for feminism within a male-dominated art world, and continues to empower women of all walks of life. Punk musician Nadya Tolokonnikova (b. 1989) founded Russian dissident feminist group Pussy Riot. She served two years in prison over an anti-Putin performance in 2012. Judy and Nadya decided to join forces to inspire people to imagine a different, more humane world. “What If Women Ruled The World?” chronicles their first historic collaboration.

Running time: 00:07:00

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Pappas Poppy (Norway) by Johanne Wilbrink

Dolls, cunts and daddy issues – a personal portrait of being a woman.

Running time: 00:07:00

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Everything’s fine (Canada) by Audrey Nantel-Gagnon

Sweet as an ice cream, Everything’s Fine opens a window on the emotions contained in a mother’s heart, who always puts others first.

Running time: 00:09:59

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Down to the Bottom (United States) by Carina Miller

An unflinching, 13-minute look at alcohol use disorder and it's impact. The short documentary pulls from conversations between a father and daughter recorded in 2022.

Running time: 00:13:15


Tidal (United States) by Katrina Lillian Sorrentino (Treen)

In the wake of divorce and alone in a new country, Treen matches with the “one.” Months later, in what seems to be a fairytale romance, she discovers a huge lie. Who really is the man she loves? Isolated from friends and family, in an exclusive relationship with a volatile stranger, she gets pulled deeper and deeper into a toxic cycle. Will she ever get out and how? Treen finally finds the courage to leave and with the support of other survivors of narcissistic abuse, she beings to heal.

Running time: 00:18:06


Leaving Chouchou (France) by Lucie Demange

It's the holidays at my mother’s place. The atmosphere is tense: she doesn't accept that I'm not the feminine daughter she always dreamed of having. In addition, she is in the middle of her breakup with my stepfather. The holidays are going to be hectic..."

Running time: 00:31:00

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