8th - 14th March 2018

Saturday, March 10, 2018 - 12:40

Shorts: Open your mind

Screening

Location & Time: CRCLR House - 12:40

Tickets available online here

Event Information

Western patriarchal is influenced by dichotomous thinking. This means viewing things as one entity contains two different parts. The idea is so strong that it is affecting how a majority even perceives the world, e.g. man-woman/us-them/public-private/straight-gay. As most feminists know, these separations have severe consequences and prohibit e.g. life, love, and equality. BFFW presents a short film program with feminist filmmakers that connect our mental health with our physical movement in our everyday lives, breaking the separation between the body and the mind and showing once again that dividing, separating and othering are dangerous and hurtful practices.

Films

Riding through the dark / 2017 / Katrina Brown / United Kingdom / 24 min

The Mess / 2017 / Dorothy Allen-Pickard / United Kingdom / 4,5 min

Self-Care: A Radical Act / 2017 / Daryl A Brown / USA / 11 min

Set on you / 2017  / Joanne Schwarz /  United Kingdom / 3,5 min

Float / 2017 / Karli Evans & Sarah Hartman / the United States / 7 min

Somersault Pike / 2017 / Kate Lefoe / Australia / 6,5 min

Amber Blue / 2017 / Hong Anh Nguyen / United Kingdom / 10 min

The demanding eye / 2017 / Moana Vonstadl / Germany / 8 min

Location & Time: CRCLR House - 12:40

Screening Duration: 88 min

Tickets available online here