The United Nations General Assembly declared 1975 as International Women’s Year. That was considered a milestone back then, as it not only acknowledged women’s issues but also made them a central part of the Organization’s agenda. This decision implied accepting inequalities between men and women, as well as a need to solve them. Agnès Varda portrays the historical journey of French women in this short film.
The 2016 American documentary 13th by Ava DuVernay has received widespread critical acclaim and is still to this day one of the most relevant documentaries on Netflix. Throughout the documentary, director Ava DuVernay reflects on the history of racial inequality in the United States, highlighting that the prison system is flawed, with the majority of prisoners in the nation being disproportionately African-Americans.
Shapes, lights, and flashlights come together on Feed the Ghosted to create an hypnotic visual metaphor of the information consumption on the internet.
A young woman who lives in her thoughts goes back to the sea to centre herself. As she dives into the water, she dives under her skin and penetrates her psychological wrapping. This stop motion film is directed by Sofia El Khyary.
‘The Fabric of You’ is a short stop motion animated film written and directed by Josephine Lohoar Self. It stars Iain Glen as the voice of ‘Issac’ and Damien Molony voicing the character of ‘Michael’.
According to Anna Mantzaris, “Good Intentions is my Graduation Film from the Royal College of Art”. In this small thriller about decision making and guilt, a young woman responsible for a car accident. She escapes the scene but can’t stop thinking, or imagining, what happened to the other driver. And soon strange things starts to happen…