It’s a wrap for our in-person Phenomenal Women screenings and events! Thank you for attending and taking part in the conversations around mental health, politics and documentary filmmaking.
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Three of the four films are now available online to watch starting from 19 September until 21 September – on our Vimeo on Demand channel (UK only). To rent the film, you have to create a free Vimeo account. Once you rent the film, you’ll have 48 hours to finish watching it.
To make our events more accessible, we are using a sliding scale ticket price for our online screenings. Access to the films is available on a pay-what-you can basis, from £0-8. Use the promo codes PAY6/PAY4/PAY2 at checkout pay a reduced price. If you’d like to access the films for free, get in touch at email@example.com.
Self-Portrait by Katja Høgset, Espen Wallin, Margreth Olin – WATCH HERE
2020 / Norway / 77 min / English Descriptive Subtitles
Self-Portrait is a moving portrait of an artist and a portrait of a deadly disease. During the last years, Lene Marie Fossen became recognised as a world class photographer. She has been suffering from severe anorexia since the age of ten. She had a unique photo-project: expose the shame and confront the disease. Her photo art is raw and honest.
Beyond My Grandfather Allende by Marcia Tambutti Allende – WATCH HERE
2015 / Chile – México / 98 min / English Descriptive Subtitles
35 years after the coup d’état that overthrew her grandfather, Salvador Allende, Marcia wishes to change the family custom of not speaking about him and their tragic history. She believes it’s time to recover the family memories snatched away during the coup and to unveil their intimate past buried under Allende´s political transcendence, exile and family pain. She draws a family portrait that addresses the complexities of irreparable losses and the role of memory in three generations of an iconic family. The translucent intimacy brings the viewer so close that we all become grandchildren of Allende.
Island of the Hungry Ghosts by Gabrielle Brady – WATCH HERE
2018 / Germany, United Kingdom, Australia / 98 min / Minimal English subtitles
While the yearly crab migration takes place and locals perform rituals for ghosts,a trauma therapist living on Australia’s Christmas Island works with asylum seekers. They are held indefinitely at the island’s refugee detention centre.
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