Explore the legacy of our groundbreaking Revolt She Said: Women and Film after ’68 tour here. With many thanks to …
A poem by Sarah Crewe, after/for Margarethe von Trotta’s The German Sisters
Connecting with new potential audiences for Revolt, She Said, I looked beyond the current cinema audience to the growing young feminist communities all around the UK.
DAISIES + SAUTE MA VILLE! screened at the Lexi as part of their Summer Film School, and CdF’s So Mayer went …
Including our CDFesto, a timeline of revolts and revolutions related to our film programme from 1968–1992, fabulous images from our …
Read about ICO programmer Isabel Moir’s intrepid journey into the regional film archives….thank you Isabel for your amazing work!
The Sphinx is re-emerging. It was never defeated, never fully gone, just lying dormant. It is resurrected.
For me the Woman with a Movie Camera summit was a long overdue coming together….
Every action in the film counts: cooking, eating, humming, brushing, dancing, laughing, washing, cleaning and taping; this is furious feminist work.
I was drawing up the power of dykes through time – the passing women of Before Stonewall, the butches and femmes, the people in the middle of nowhere just doing it.