Feminista Film Tour

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We are thrilled to announce the films selected for the 2021 Feminista Film Festival & Tour. From musical pursuits to outdoor challenges, these women are change makers and trail blazers. You’ll definitely be inspired to turn up the music and start planning your next adventure!


Kim I Am – Directed by Ben Proudfoot
Singer-songwriter Kim Hill met a young rapper who suggested they start making music together. That rapper’s name was will.i.am, and the group became the Black Eyed Peas. The rest is history— or is it?

OK Chlöe – Directed by Charlotte Evans
Chloe Swarbrick is New Zealand’s youngest MP. She’s a member of the Green Party, the LGBTQ+ community and an inspirational figure to millennials everywhere. Learn what it’s like to be a revolutionary member of parliament in a political system disconnected from those it represents.

The Other Fab Four – Directed by Ben Proudfoot
Meet The Liverbirds! In the mid-1960s, four teenagers from Liverpool were changing the face of pop music. Their names were Mary, Sylvia, Pam and Val.

Par For The Course – Directed by Kody Kohlman
The Mirnavator is back! Mirna Valerio is a runner who advocates for body positivity. This is a super short film with a big message.

Kerli- Shadow Works – Directed by Anastasia Zazhitskaya & Georgius Misjura 
A strikingly visual and intimate look at the music and creative process of Kerli, an Estonian singer/songwriter and philosopher. Kerli calls herself a magician; The Girls’ Network calls her A Goddess!

Wood On Water – Directed by Hannah Taylor-Bird
Hannah Maia spent forty days canoe tripping in the Canadian wilderness with twelve youngwomen. They were cold, bug-bitten and boob-deep in a muskeg bog while carrying incredibly heavy canoes on their heads. It was fun!

 

Duration

Approx 101 mins

Activities Half Man Half Bull

HALF MAN || HALF BULL 2 ancient myths. 2 narrative albums. 20 original tracks.  A radical retelling of Theseus &…

Cinema Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry (15)

2hr 21 | The true coming-of-age story of singer- songwriter Billie Eilish and her rise to global superstardom from award-winning filmmaker R.J. Cutler.

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Cinema Peter Rabbit 2 (U)

1hr 33 | AD | Peter adventures out of the garden and finds himself in a world where mischief is appreciated, but he has no idea how much trouble he’s about to get into.

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Scoob! (PG)

1hr 33 | Scooby and the gang face their most challenging mystery ever: a plot to unleash the ghost dog Ceretbus upon the world.

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Tom & Jerry: The Movie (cert. TBC)

One of the most beloved rivalries in history is reignited in this animated/live-action adventure.

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On Stage Lunchtime Lectures – Nonsense and Naughtiness

Dr Graham Atkin explores Shakespeare’s irreverent comedy – The Merry Wives of Windsor

On Stage Lunchtime Lectures – AFTER BIRTH: What Nobody Tells You – How to Recover Body and Mind
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Join the University of Chester’s Dr Dawn Llewellyn in discussion with Jessica Hatcher-Moore. Jessica is an award-winning non-fiction writer who has reported on women in conflict, women’s rights and global health issues for over a decade.

The Human Factor (15)
Showing until: Wednesday 30 June
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1hr 48 | The epic behind-the-scenes story of the United States’ 30-year effort to secure peace in the Middle East. Recounted from the unique perspective of the American mediators on the frontlines.

Once Upon A River (15)
Showing until: Wednesday 30 June
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1hr 32 | ​The story of Native American teenager Margo Crane in 1970s rural Michigan who after enduring a series of traumas and tragedies, sets out on an odyssey on the Stark River in search of her estranged mother.

Cinema The Father (12A)

1hr 37 | Anthony Hopkins deservedly won the 2021 Best Actor BAFTA for his performance in this domestic drama that unfolds like a thriller.

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