A screening of Jennifer Lee’s critically acclaimed documentary about the Women’s Liberation Movement in the United States
Feminist: Stories from Women's Liberation is a one-hour film about the women's liberation movement in the United States covering the years 1963-1970. The film traces the origins of the movement with archive footage and recent interviews with the women who pioneered the movement. Funny, informative, moving and at times controversial, this is essential viewing for anyone interested in the history of the 20th century, women’s history, women’s rights and struggles for justice and equality. The film won ‘Best of the Fest’ for documentary at the Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival.
The film will be followed by a panel discussion with Jennifer Lee and British film makers and feminist historians including Lizzie Thynne and Margaretta Jolly, University of Sussex, curator and film critic Karen Alexander and feminist, activist, writer & DJ Chardine Taylor-Stone.