Revolt, She Said: Women and Film after '68
Our new film tour Revolt, She Said reflects on the volcanic change following the events of May 1968, sharing intersectional, queer and feminist stories of revolution. These stories are inspiring and disquieting to this day. One hundred years since the first women got the vote in the UK, fifty years since the protests of May ’68, where is the feminist revolution now?
Curated by the incredible queer feminist film collective Club des Femmes, with this tour we wanted to make as many of these rarely screened titles available for cinemas and audiences as possible, many of them for the first time on DCP.
Films are available to book now until 31st August 2018.
When you book these features, you will benefit from:
- Brand new, never-before-released DCPs and restorations
- Special reduced terms on all films
- Curated short films to complement each feature, at no extra cost
- Speakers available for venues who book more than one title (limited availability; email us now to enquire)
- The support of a freelance marketer focusing on audience development for regional events.
Browse the full line-up below!