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Landscapes of Girlhood
Tuesday 8 March 2016 – International Women’s Day
Time: 7.30pm
Tickets: £5/£3.50 Cons.
Doors Open at 7pm
Venue: Deptford Cinema, 39 Deptford Broadway SE8 4PQ
To book tickets click here.


To mark International Women’s Day there will be an evening of short films and discussion ranging from South London to Palestine, celebrating the diverse and unconventional voices of young women. The programme includes archive film, ‘Back To Josie’ from the Cinenova catalogue and Underwire Award Winning film ‘Knock Off.’


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Film images: Landscapes of Girlhood (2015), Simi (2015), Back To Josie (1997), Knock Off (2009) and A Running Occupation (2015)

Landscapes of Girlhood (2015)
A Film By Tracey Francis
A short abstract film that takes a snapshot of four young women from a SEN school in London.

Simi (2015)
Simi is a psychological thriller about a girl and her teddy bear. This film was created by a collaborative two-day film workshop (see our Events page) with young women aged 12-16 years old.

Back to Josie (1997)
Alix Mumford – Director
Distributed by Cinenova
Back to Josie is set during a hot summer’s day on a disused railway viaduct stretching over the heart of London.

Knock Off (2009)
Rosanne Flynn – Writer and Director
Winner of the Underwire Festival Representation Award
A touching portrait of the relationship between pregnant teenager Jude and her own young father Michael.

A Running Occupation (2015)
Film by Lina Caicedo and Joe Sartorius
A Running Occupation is a film about three runners preparing for the 2015 Palestine Marathon.

Filmmakers attending: Alix Mumford, Lina Caicedo and representatives from the two day workshop.

Hosts for the night: Else Thomson and Tracey Francis


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