“Women in Film and Television (WFTV) is delighted to be supporting LFFF. It is an important platform for showcasing films by and about women, who are still underrepresented both on our screens and behind the camera.”
“Global Girl Media proudly supports the London Feminist Film Festival! We need more platforms like LFFF to raise women’s voices and visions globally.”
“With a shared vision for gender equality across London’s cultural institutions, the East London Fawcett Group (ELF) looks forward to promoting the LFFF across East London.”
“EWAV Works is truly proud to be a supporter of the London Feminist Film Festival. This is a great festival to elevate the status of women in media; we are excited about the many voices that would be echoed as a result of the work of LFFF.”
“UK Black Pride are proud to support the LFFF – it is an important event which aims to help women involved in film and media to not only readdress imbalances in their representation on screen, but stay true to feminist issues.”
“The Berlin Feminist Film Week is proud to be partnering with the LFFF. There are still very few film festivals which focus solely on films with a feminist agenda and these play a crucial part in challenging the male-dominated film industry. Together we can build a strong network to raise awareness and hopefully break down the patriarchal structures of the contemporary film landscape!”
“For over 40 years, feminist and women’s festivals have been a large part of Women Make Movies (WMM) in championing the work of our filmmakers. We are happy to be proud supporters of the London Feminist Film Festival, continuing our support for women filmmakers and their films.”
JW3 is the first Jewish Community Centre and arts venue of its kind to exist in London. It opened in October 2013 and aims to transform the Jewish landscape in London by helping to create a vibrant, diverse and proud community, inspired by and engaged in Jewish arts, culture and community.