Flyer for the Feminist Archive, 1984. WFTVN Collection, Feminist Archive North.
The lively Q&A at FAFF’s Feminist Film Screening – feminist filmmakers reflect on their history and relationship with their archive.
FAFF’s Feminist Film Screening at Hyde Park Picture House on 19 May 2015 attracts a great audience!
As part of the Archiving Women in Film & TV project, we filmed interviews with feminist filmmakers, who reflected on the history of their archives.
Feminist Archives, Feminist Futures (FAFF) is an international, collaborative project based at the University of Leeds, which looks at the gendered histories of archives and their relationship to history making and feminist activism in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. In particular, it is interested in the histories of Women’s Libraries and Feminist Archives, and their role in shaping women’s lives both in the past and in the future.
Building on last year’s highly successful screening, Feminist Filmmaking: 40 Years of Activism, we are back with another event showcasing the work of feminist filmmakers with a particular focus on the use of film as a tool for activism and a method of feminist history making.
As part of FAFF’s Archiving Women in Film & TV, we conducted a series of video interviews with project partners and participants between March and May 2015...
This session will showcase original material from Feminist Archive North and from feminist production companies Leeds Animation Workshop and Vera Media. We will also be showing some new material wherein filmmakers, academics and archivists reflect on both the archive itself and the act of archiving.
In this 90 minute workshop you will be introduced to the history and making of women’s archives in the 20th and 21st centuries. Led by historians Dr. Kate Dossett and Dr. Gina Denton and filmmaker Sharon Hooper, you will get to handle material from Women’s Liberation archives...