As a way to mark International Women's Day on 8 March, we're bringing Feminista Film Festival directly to your homes this year. We hope you can take up the opportunity to see our handpicked selection of "inspiring, moving and educational" films to watch via the Modern Films platform.
The films will be available for rent as a collection from 1st March to 31st March for just £9.99 for the entire bundle.
By choosing to watch these films you will be supporting the Electric Palace as we receive 50% of the ticket price to help us during lockdown.
Watch the films:
You can make your pre-order for the films right now via the link below, but the release date for viewing is Monday 1 March. The link and films will remain open until the end of March.
From musical pursuits to outdoor challenges, these women are change makers and trail blazers. You’ll definitely be inspired to turn up the music and start planning your next adventure!
Join a film discussion online
Monday 8 March at 7pm
Electric Palace volunteer Glenys Jacques invites you to join her for a lively film discussion open to all:
"It is a great pleasure to present this wonderful group of short films for the 2021 International Women’s Day Festival.
This year’s theme set by Feminista Film Festival is CHOOSE TO CHALLENGE. It's a great idea on so many levels: How do we challenge ourselves, our community or workplace? How do we catch unconscious decision making which puts us back into conventional gender norms? How do we actively bring diversity into our lives?
The films bring inspiration for these and other thoughts, which I hope you will share with me at our Zoom event (details below).
Enjoy the films!" - Glenys Jacques
How to join in the Zoom event:
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with 'Glenys Feminista Films' in the Subject line and we will send you a link to join us.
See this year's Feminista Film Festival trailer:
This year’s films include:
Kim I Am
African American singer Kim Hill, who rejected the male dominated world of hip hop and rap and did her own thing.
Profiling New Zealand lesbian and green politician through the tensions of trying to bring change to politics and culture.
The Other Fab Four
A touching and rousing film about the Liverbirds, Liverpool’s most famous women’s band.
A woman delves into her spiritual roots in Estonia, exploring her shadow aspects in a new gothic-rock inspired project as a singer and artist.
Determination brings self-worth on high mountain cross country running.
Wood On Water
A team of women canoe 400k in 40 days in Canada and claim their place in a hundred year male tradition.
These are all must-see films: inspiring, moving and educational.
2021 Reviews from the Girls’ Network:
- “Feminista Film Festival is a beautiful thing, it makes girls like me realise the true potential ofourselves.”
- “These films are so Inspirational and empowering!”
- “... A joy to watch... It was insightful seeing all these women live out their dreams by battlingodds and overcoming difficulties.
- “A celebration of womanhood!”
See the films via the Modern Films website, then bring your feedback to our super Zoom discussion at 7pm GMT on Monday 8th March - International Women's Day!