Saturday, March 10, 2018 - 16:00
Shorts: A (wo)man’s world
Location & Time: CRCLR House - 16:00
Tickets available online here
In (HIS)tory (…a still ongoing project) women have been excluded from paid work. Women have seen their contributions and legacies be erased and deleted, been held back from intellectual advancements and been forced to WORK, keeping women from pursuing creative dreams and aggravating even the formulation of such dreams and thoughts. This short film program shows a mixture of films in relation to the modern conception of working life. It portrays themes as: being the first, breaking the norm, being the inventor, creating space, dealing with male egos and in some cases – simply showing the absurdity of it. Summarized in a well-known melody, BFFW gives you: work, work, work, work, work.
Lotte that silhouette girl / 2018 / Carla Patullo & Elizabeth Beecherl / the United States / 10 min
IRON / 2017 / L. Gabriel Gonda / the United States / 17 min
I’m a man / 2017 / Alice Johnstone & Holly Lucas / United Kingdom / 3,5 min
Susanne and the Man / 2017 / Milena Govich / the United States / 7,5 min
21st century woman / 2017 / Reeta Varpama / United Kingdom / 2.5 min
Well actually / 2017 / Lucy Corbett / United Kingdom / 4,5 min
Handmade film / 2016 / Christina Ienna / Canada / 5 min
Nails / 2017 / Sophia Söderqvist / Germany / 30 min
Interested in hearing empowering stories of women taking up male domains? Come see The Judge about the world’s first female sharia-law judge.