Feminista: The Most Inspiring Films About Women

Feminista: The Most Inspiring Films About Women

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Feature Length 101 minutes

Kim I Am: Singer-songwriter Kim Hill met a young rapper who suggested they start making music together. That rapper’s name was will.i.am, and the group became the Black Eyed Peas. The rest is history — or is it? Run Time: 13:41 Director: Ben Proudfoot

OK Chlöe: Chloe Swarbrick is New Zealand’s youngest MP. She’s a member of the Green Party, the LGBTQ+ community and an inspirational figure to millennials everywhere. Learn what it’s like
to be a revolutionary member of parliament in a political system disconnected from those it represents. Run Time: 08:45 Director: Charlotte Evans
The Other Fab Four - Meet The Liverbirds! In the mid-1960s, four teenagers from Liverpool were changing the face of pop music. Their names were Mary, Sylvia, Pam and Val. Run Time: 16:28 Director: Ben Proudfoot

Par For The Course - The Mirnavator is back! Mirna Valerio is a runner who advocates for body positivity. This is a super short film with a big message. Run Time: 03:40 Director: Kody Kohlman

Кerli - Shadow Works - A strikingly visual and intimate look at the music and creative process of Kerli, an Estonian singer/songwriter and philosopher. Kerli calls herself a magician; The Girls’ Network calls her A Goddess! Run Time: 13:45 Directors: Anastasia Zazhitskaya, Georgius Misjura

Wood On Water - Hannah Maia spent forty days canoe tripping in the Canadian wilderness with twelve young women. They were cold, bug-bitten and boob-deep in a muskeg bog while carrying incredibly
heavy canoes on their heads. It was fun! Run Time: 45:00 Director: Hannah Taylor-Bird

“Feminista Film Festival is a beautiful thing, it makes girls like me realise the true potential of
ourselves.”
“These films are so Inspirational and empowering!”
“... A joy to watch… It was insightful seeing all these women live out their dreams by battling
odds and overcoming difficulties.
“A celebration of womanhood!”

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