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Feminists Walking in the City

FEMINIST DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM PREMIERES AT THE LONDON INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL

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Figure 1 – Professor Jan Haaken, Professor Maggie O’Neill and Nelli Stavropoulou (left to right)

From Portland’s Walk of the Heroines to London’s streets, Professor Maggie O’Neill (University of York) invites filmmaker and Professor Jan Haaken to join her on a walk that re-traces a walk Haaken developed with colleagues in Portland in honour of inspiring women.

Feminists Walking the City invites viewers on a journey through London’s streets in search of images of the city’s heroines beginning in Tavistock Square with Virginia Woolf and closing with Emmaline Pankhurst in Victoria Tower Gardens, near the houses of parliament; and they find so few!  Filmed by Nelli Stavropoulou, directed by Jan Haaken and Maggie O’Neill the documentary combines archival footage, walking methods and new forms of cinematic storytelling.

WHAT: The London Independent Film Festival
WHEN: 18.00 pm, April Saturday 15, 2017
WHERE: Shortwave Cinema 10 Bermondsey Square London SE1 3UN
WHERE TO BUY TICKETS:
http://www.liff.org/2017-schedule-and-tickets

2 comments on “Feminists Walking in the City

  1. Pingback: Feminists Walking in the City | walkingborders

  2. Pingback: “Methods on the Move” with Professor Maggie O’Neill – Birkbeck Institute for Social Research Blog

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