Chaired by Emma Campbell from Alliance For Choice, the panel will include filmmakers who have made films, documentary and narrative, about issues that affect women in the world today.
We ask how film can be a form of feminist activism, and what drives these filmmakers to tell women’s stories. The panellists will include the writer and filmmaker, Lisa Keogh and activist and filmmaker, Caoimhe Butterly.
Although the event is free, spaces are limited therefore please pre-book.
This panel discussion is part of WANDA, a four day feminism and moving image event and the first of its kind in Belfast. The event will include film screenings, talks, performances and panel discussions on subjects relating to feminist moving image practice, and how feminism continues to inform and inspire moving image works of many forms.