Feminist Film Festival Programme Announced

The Feminist Film Festival has announced its feature programme. The Feminist Film Festival is Ireland’s first independent, stand-alone, weekender ‘Feminist Film Festival’* The festival programme includes the Irish premiere of Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me, a documentary about world-renowned US Emmy and Tony winner who passed away last month.


Saturday August 30th:

11.30am: Bananas on the Breadboards  – 2009, 54mins (+ short film) [5 euro]

1pm: Persepolis – 2007, 96mins (+ short film) [10 euro]

3.15pm: Orlando – 1992, 94mins (+ short film) [10 euro]


Sunday August 31st:

11.30am: Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles – 1975, 201mins [10 euro]

3pm: Fish Tank – 2009, 123mins (+ short film) [10 euro]

5.30pm: Elaine Stritch, Shoot Me – 2014, 81mins (IRISH PREMIERE) (+ short film) [10 euro]

7.15pm: Final event – 2 x screenings: The Irreducible Difference of the Other (2013, 27mins) & She Had her Gun All Ready (1978, 27mins) and Q&A with the director Vivienne Dick – 90mins [10 euro]


The Feminist Film Festival (fund-raiser in aid of Sasane) takes place on Saturday August 30th (11.30-5pm) & Sunday August 31st (11.15-9.30pm), 2014 at The New Theatre, 43 Essex St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 (beside the Project Arts Centre, through Connolly Books)

€10 per film screening (one feature and one short)

NB: ALL PROFITS GO TO CHARITY. Fund-raising is now being MATCHED EURO FOR EURO by international non-profit Planeterra (planeterra.org)

Short film details will be announced next week. All screenings are subject to licence. Tickets are available on the door or on entertainment.ie from August 9th






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