The London Feminist Film Festival was an independent festival, which celebrated feminist films past and present from international women directors.
Our aim was to support women filmmakers in the male-dominated film industry, to get women’s stories out there, and to inspire feminist discussion and activism.
We organised an annual festival as well as at one-off screenings from 2012–2018, screening films that dealt with feminist issues and/or that showed 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 Christians