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 10th March we will be screening the following shorts directed, shot or produced by women:
Masterpiece directed by Runyararo Mapfumo and produced by Grace Bridger - A group of young men try to interpret their friend's art so they can save face and show support.
Common Misconceptions by Margot Bowman & Lynette Nylander - Common Misconceptions is an opportunity to shed spotlight on the micro sexual aggressions that are normalized in club culture but that can make women feel uneasy, uncomfortable and inadequate.
The Wound is Where the Light Enters by Somayeh Jafari - The wound is where the light enters is a short film exploring the push and pull between love and hate.
F word by Savanah Leaf - F Word is a short-film reflecting on child abandonment as a young woman confronts the recurring issues from her biological father. Taking us on a journey across South London, we’re shown the affects of a distant father on a receptive, young woman as she confronts seemingly inescapable and uncontrollable conflicts in an honest portrayal of self-discovery.
The Ayes have it by Savanah Leaf - 'The Ayes Have It' is an abstract short created for charity Motion Poems’ Dear Mr President initiative. In it, Savanah Leaf sensually reimagines and reinterprets Tiana Clark’s poem of the same name to focus on the murders of Emmett Till and Trayvon Marton
Wren Boys produced by Sorcha Bacon - “Tradition can be cruel you know, and we used to do a very cruel thing on the day after Christmas...”
Kara by Deepa Keshvala - A young art student goes on a journey to find her estranged alcoholic father.
100 Women I Know by Phoebe Montague