Spectra’s ‘power films about African Women’ at LFFF 2012 and reflections on media diversity

In preparation for our first full day of the London Feminist Film Festival our media partner  Spectra highlights 4 Power Films about African Women that will be screening at the London Feminist Film Festival.

In the article, Spectra also gives a mini-review of Taxi Sister, which she describes as a ‘tour through Dakar’s streets, segregated by gender, class, and tourist visas, offering poignant, insightful, and humorous insights along the way.

In a separate post, related to Spectra’s partnership with the London Feminist Film Festival, she reflects on her work with us and her thoughts on How to increase Media Diversity.

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