showcasing films directed by women

Curated by Dara Moats


At the heart of our mandate lies a commitment to fostering inclusivity ​and diversity within the realm of cinema. We recognize the profound ​importance of amplifying under-represented voices, particularly those ​of women, women-identifying individuals, and non-binary ​filmmakers. Our organisation endeavours to curate a regular ​exhibition series of films at independent theatres and galleries, ​providing a platform for these marginalised voices to be heard and ​celebrated.

The mission is twofold: to support and elevate under-represented ​voices in cinema and to cultivate a more inclusive film culture. ​Through our exhibition series, we seek to challenge traditional ​narratives, dismantle systemic barriers, and promote a more equitable ​landscape within the film industry.

Past ​screenings

  • Suzan Pitt’s surrealist animated shorts from the 70s, 90s, ​00s.(US)

Shirley Clark’s Portrait of Jason (1967, US)

Věra Chytilová’s ​Daisies (1966, Czech)

Janicza Bravo’s Zola (2020, US)

Daisy von Scherler Mayer’s Party ​Girl (1994, US)

Sophia Coppola’s ​The Virgin Suicides ​(1999,​ US)

Alice Lowe’s Prevenge (2016, UK)

Bruno Forzani & Hélène Cattet’s ​Laissez bronzer les cadavres (2017, ​Belgium)

Jane Campion’s ​Sweetie (1989, ​Austral​ia)

Joanna Hogg’s The Eternal Daughter​ (2022, UK)

Danishka Esterhazy’s Level 16 (2018,​ Canada)​

Yvgvild Sve Flikke's ​Ninjababy (2021, ​Norwa​y)

Ninja Thyberg’s Pleasure (2021, Swe​den)

Joyce Chopra’s Smooth Talk (1985, ​US)​

Jocelyn DeBoer and ​Dawn Luebbe's ​Greener Grass​ (2019, ​US)

Chinonye Chukwu’s Clemency (2019, US)

Elza Kephart’s SlaXX (2020, C​anada)

Lena Dunham’s Sharp Stick (2022, ​US)

Ja​ckie Kong’s Blood Diner, 1987, US)

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