The London Feminist Film Festival is an independent festival set up in 2012, which celebrates feminist films past and present from international women directors.
We aim to support women filmmakers in the male-dominated film industry, to get women’s stories out there, and to inspire feminist discussion and activism.
At our annual festival, as well as at one-off screenings throughout the year, we screen films that deal with feminist issues and/or that show a feminist representation of women.
What they say:
“A bit like a vacation to feminist-land.” – Sophie Mayer
“A small but excellent celebration of films made by, for and about women.” – Stephanie Hartman
“Tells stories of activism and daily life from women around the world.” – Zoe Paskett
“Get educated, empowered and enlightened at LFFF.” – Iesha Thomas
“London Feminist Film Festival shines a spotlight on women enacting real change all over the world.”
“Offering a diverse selection that addresses pressing and under-discussed issues.”
“Chock full of interesting, provocative films.” – Bex Palmer
“The London Feminist Film Festival raises the profile of female directed women’s stories in a male-dominated industry.”
“[A] forward-looking festival.”
“One of London’s most important indie events. It’s an absolute must!”
“Amazing festival! Celebrating female voices and vision!” – Facebook Review
“Bringing films to the screen that have been broadly ignored by mainstream distributors.” – Zoe Paskett
“Using filmmaking as an agent for social change.” – Iesha Thomas
“Calling bullshit on movie machismo.” – Alexandra Sims
“Time to step aside boys; LFFF shows chick flicks can flicker any damn way they please.” – Angelica Christiansson