Feminist Film Festival 2015

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The Feminist Film Festival takes place October 30th – November 1st 2015 and includes the Irish premiere of She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry, a documentary charting the U.S. women’s movement between 1966-1971.

All festival profits go to Sasane, Nepal. This fund-raising is now being matched Euro for Euro by international non-profit Planeterra.

The full programme is:

FRIDAY 30TH OCTOBER

3pm: Opening Wine Reception

4pm: Cléo de 5 à 7 / Cléo from 5 to 7 (Agnès Varda, 1962) + short – €10

Screening sponsored by DCU, School of Communications

6pm: The screening will be followed by a FREE TALK on the ‘Achievements of Women in Film’ with Dr. Jennifer O’Meara (Maynooth University). Upstairs in The New Theatre – ticketed but FREE – please book your place in advance here.

FILM TICKETS – available here

FREE TALKS – register your place here

 

SATURDAY 31ST OCTOBER

Halloween HORROR special!

12 noon: The Babadook (Jennifer Kent, 2014) + short – €10

2:15pm: The screening will be followed by a FREE TALK on ‘Women in Horror’ with Dr. Paula Quigley (Trinity College Dublin). Upstairs in The New Theatre – ticketed but FREE – please book your place in advance here.

Irish Premiere!

3:15pm: She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry (Mary Dore, 2014) + short – €10

To mark the IRISH PREMIERE of the film at the Feminist Film Festival, Mary Dore will introduce her film with a pre-recorded message, answering fans’ questions…

Please SEND YOUR QUESTIONS FOR MARY DORE via email to info@feministfilmfestivaldublin.com, or Facebook, or Twitter (using #AskMaryDore)

FILM TICKETS – available here

FREE TALKS – register your place here

 

SUNDAY 1st NOVEMBER

12pm: Whip It (Drew Barrymore, 2009) + short – €10 (PG Rating, suitable for older children)

2:30: SHORT FILM TRIPLE BILL: Meshes of the Afternoon (Maya Deren, 1943) | The Delian Mode (Kara Blake, 2009) | The Body Beautiful (Ngozi Onwurah, 1990) – €10

4pm: Shinjuku Boys (Kim Longinotto and Jano Williams, 1995) + short – €10

5:30pm: Bernadette: Notes on a Political Journey (Lelia Doolan, 2011) + short + panel – €10

7:30pm: PANEL DISCUSSION: ‘Forms of Feminist Film: Fiction, Non-fiction, Experimental’ (panel included in ticket for Bernadette: Notes on a Political Journey)

The festival welcomes a diverse panel of active filmmakers and academics: Lelia Doolan (filmmaker; director of Bernadette: Notes on a Political Journey), Dr. Maeve Connolly (Co-director ARC programme, IADT), Jesse Jones (filmmaker & visual artist), and Tess Motherway (documentary filmmaker & festival director at Dublin Doc Fest).

Chaired by Professor Maria Pramaggiore (Head of Media Studies, Maynooth University).

Panel sponsored by Maynooth University, Department of Media Studies

FILM TICKETS – available here.

Feminist Film Festival 2015: Friday – Sunday, October 30th – November 1st 2015

The New Theatre,
43 Essex St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland
(Beside the Project Arts Centre, through Connolly Books)

PLEASE NOTE: Short film details will be announced prior to the festival (our short film submission call is now closed). All screenings are subject to licence.

FILM TICKETS – available here.

FREE TALKS – register your place here.

Please buy tickets in advance, and register for the free talks asap.

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