Screening sessions

WOM@RTS

Wom@rts screening sessions at the Tampere Film Festival

Wom@rts partner Wift Finland organised few film screenings at Tampere Film Festival in March 2019. Special guest was Nicole Fernandez Ferrerfrom Centre Audiovisuel Simone de Beauvoir who was also a member of the international jury and also presenting the films at the beginning of each screening.

Thursday, 7th March 2019,14:00 and 9th March, 15:00
Tampere International Film Festival, Tampere, Finland

Films screened:
– S.C.U.M Manifesto
– LE F.H.A.R (Front Homosexuel D’Action Revolutionnaire)
– Lover Other – The Story of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore

Wom@rts screening sessions in the Hay Festival

May ’68 marked a watershed in cinematographic practice, with artists aiming to film the real and to join in the social and political movements of the time. In this context of militant effervescence, filmmakers in the late 1960s made use of the new resources of video and, armed with the first Portapak cameras, continued the struggle of their feminist predecessors, creating their own representations. All over France, non-institutionalized video collectives, fluctuating and fertile, sprang up. Among them were Insoumuses, Le Lézard du péril mauve, Video Out, les Muses s’amusent and Videa. The first feminist videos broke with traditional methods in regard to the handling of image and sound. Delphine Seyrig, Carole Roussopoulos, Ioana Wieder and the women of Videa made their unique contributions, full of caustic humour, political probing and feminist commitment. Today, other filmmakers continue the struggle, by creating. With Nicole Fernández (France) in conversation with Patricia del Río.

Short biography of the artist: Nicole Fernández Ferrer is the General Manager of the Simone de Beauvoir Audiovisual Centre in Paris. Her work involves searching for and disseminating archives and research, and she organizes a programme of monthly feminism-related screenings at the Forum des Images and at the Luminor Hôtel de Ville cinema. As well as running school workshops and screenings and prison-based events, she also works as a Spanish-French translator.

Thursday, 8th November 2019, 20:00-21:00
Centro Cultural Peruano Norteamericano (Auditorio), Arequipa, Perú

Films screened:
-Genet parle d’Angela Davis
-FHAR
-Sois belle et tais-toi

Friday, 8th March 2019, 18:00

Tampere International Film Festival, Tampere, Finland

Films screened:
Portrait de Simone de Beauvoir

Wom@rts screening sessions in the Cineuropa Film Festival

The Cineuropa film festival of Santiago de Compostela joins Wom@rts. Organized by one of the project partners, the Auditorio de Galicia, this festival is holding this year its 32nd edition and will host special screening sessions of renowned films by leading feminist filmmakers. Thanks to Wom@rts, the audience could enjoy a great selection of  films from the catalogue of Centre Simone de Beavoir from Saturday 24th to Sunday 25th of November.

Saturday, 24th November 2019
Sois Belle Et Tais-Toi / [1981]
Delphine Seyrig
France / 115 Min. / Documentary / French, English

Sunday, 25th November 2019

 

La Marche Des Femmes À Hendaye  [1975]
Carole Roussopoulos, Ioana Wieder
France / 20 min. / Documentary / French

 

Lip: Monique Et Christiane [1976]
Carole Roussopoulos
France / 30 min. / Documentary / French

 

Maso Et Miso Vont En Bateau [1975]
Carole Roussopoulos, Ioana Wieder, Delphine Seyrig, Nadja Ringart
France / 55 min. / Documentary / French

 

Viol Conjugal, Viol À Domicile [2003]
Véronique Ducret, Carole Roussopoulos
Switzerland / 30 min. / Documentary / French