We couldn’t explore ‘The Female Experience’ with just 1 day so we are hosting a week long pop up store in Brick Lane, Shoreditch.
On 7th March we will be screening the following shorts directed, shot or produced by women:
Dust by Ella Bennett - When an isolated Syrian caretaker at a secondary school, stumbles across a student who reminds
him of his daughter, his mental state begins to unravel as memories of an horrific event resurface.
The Importance Of Skin by Thea Gajic - Joy beams down on a South London community until a blissful young couple are suddenly faced with a damaging blow.
Little Monster by Charlotte Regan - A man makes his first phone call to his daughter after being sent to prison.
What Is Beauty? by Anna Ginsburg - Anna asks what is beauty? Look how fast its definition evolves. Examine the never-ending yet ever changing pressures on women to conform
Forgive Me, Father by Doreen Nasimbwa - Pregnant and with nowhere left to go, Mariam, a teenage muslim comes to get help from a catholic Priest.
Blue Magic by Olivia Fraser - A nostalgic short film based on a black female hair experience. As a young girl growing up there are certain times during your hair journey that you’ll never forget, this is one of them.