FEMALE FILMMAKERS FEST – Saturday March 6th (STREAM FOR FREE ALL DAY)

Watch the 3rd Female Film Festival of 2021EMAIL US to reserve the FREE private link and password to watch the festival.

See the FULL Lineup of FILMS:

MY FAMILY TREES, 18min., Documentary

Directed by Roshi Givechi

My Family Trees is a bittersweet tale about a man from Iran who took unconventional measures to stitch his family back together in Kansas…one single tree at a time. It’s a short documentary that spotlights the ways love, duty, and inexplicable hope make us uniquely human, and beautifully resilient.

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IMMERSION, 7min., Switzerland, Mockumentary

Directed by Anaelle Morf

A journalist investigates Europe’s most innovative Escape Game.

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303: ENDLESS NIGHT, 26min., South Korea, Drama/Fantasy

Directed by Geena Jung

A girl who stays on the bus from one end to the other. She is nauseated by the exhausting, repeated long journey and is haunted by mysterious visions caused by her negligent guardians. White shadows are stalking her. “Experimental”. A play.

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THE LAST RIGHTS, 17min., India, Drama/Family

Directed by Aastha Verma

A young Indian woman challenges her society’s patriarchal traditions in order to give her deceased grandmother her last rites.

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DOROTHEA AND THE MYOTRAGUS, 60min,. Spain, Documentary/Animation

Directed by Núria Abad & Marta Hierro

In 1909, a young British woman boards a ship towards Mallorca, following the path of some mysterious bones found in a cave. For two years, she climbs, crawls and explores every cavity in the rocks of Mallorca, Eivissa and Menorca, narrating her experience in her diaries. The first of those diaries ended up in flames during a fire, but the rest have survived to tell the story in detail. “Dorothea and the Myotragus” is a documentary that includes animation to recreate the diaries written by one of the most important female palaeontologists of all time during her stay on the Balearic Islands, a woman who struggled against the gender stereotypes of those days and who discovered mysterious extinct Mediterranean animals, such as the mythical Myotragus Balearicus.

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Now twice weekly Film Festival in Toronto, New York City, Chicago & Los Angeles. Weekly screenplay & story readings performed by professional actors.

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