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Welcome to the third edition of WANDA:Feminism and Moving Image! Welcome to WANDA: Feminism & Moving Image 2019! We are thrilled to be back for our third edition, presenting archive classics alongside brand new works from Ireland and around the world. We’re also having post-screening events, special guest appearances and have opened for submissions to our international shorts programme for the first time. Followers of the festival will know that it is named after Barbara Loden’s 1970 film, illustrating our passion for bringing ‘forgotten’ films by women to new audiences. This year is no exception and we are opening the festival with The Juniper Tree, a 1990 masterpiece from US filmmaker Nietzchka Keene. The film is a real highlight of the festival and is extra special for Björk fans (like us) as it was her first film role! Another exciting addition is a programme celebrating feminist actors who have fought for and championed causes off-screen, with the Irish premiere of Callisto McNulty’s Delphine et Carole, insoumuses, and a post-film discussion with actor/activist Siobhan McSweeney (AKA Derry Girls’ Sister Michael). Kim Longinotto’s latest film, Shooting the Mafia, sheds light on the life and work of legendary photo-journalist Letizia Battaglia, and we’re pleased that producer Niamh Fagan (Lunar Pictures) will be joining us at this Northern Ireland premiere. Other events include archival screenings on the media representation of reproductive health hosted by the Strand Arts Centre and Alliance for Choice, women and the AIDS crisis by London-based feminist distributor Cinenova, and a celebration of three much-loved, pioneering filmmakers who died this year, Barbara Hammer, Carolee Schneeman and Agnès Varda. Our closing film is another Irish premiere, So Pretty, an adaptation of the 1990s-set German novel, So Schön, and is a performative and naturalistic independent film bringing a refreshing perspective and aesthetic to the trans and polyamorous experience of a friend group in NYC. We really hope you enjoy this programme and see you at the screenings! Lots of love, Rose Baker & Laura O’Connor (WANDA & WANDA)

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OPENING NIGHT FILM

THE JUNIPER TREE NIETZCHKA KEENE | 1990 | ICELAND | 78 MINS

31ST OCT | QFT | 6.20PM | £6.95

WANDA is excited to return to the QFT for the opening night of its third edition! Continuing the festival’s mission to bring ‘lost’ works by women to new audiences in Belfast, they present The Juniper Tree, a haunting story of witchcraft and the supernatural set in stunning rural Iceland. Written, produced and directed by US filmmaker Nietzchka Keene whose talent was mostly unrecognised in her lifetime, the film has been beautifully restored to 4k from the original 35mm camera negative. Featuring superhuman musician and style icon Björk in her first acting role and riveting performances from supporting cast, the film is a poetic vision of medieval Iceland intertwined with the Brothers Grimm fairytale on which it is based. Sisters Marjit and Katla flee their home in search of another life after their mother is burned for witchcraft. Finding shelter and protection with Johan and his resentful son, Jonas, the sisters’ position becomes increasingly precarious as tensions rise and sorcery emerges. Join us in the QFT bar after the film to celebrate the festival opening with music (including Björk!) from the 343 DJs, this is the alternative Halloween night you don’t want to miss.

CLOSING NIGHT FILM

SO PRETTY

JESSIE JEFFERY DUNN ROVINELLI | 1990 | USA | 83 MINS

3RD NOV | THE MAC | 7PM | £7

Inspired by the German novel So Schön by Ronald M. Schernikau set in 1980s west Berlin, this airy and naturalistic film follows a friend group of trans young people in present day New York City. The second feature from Brooklyn-based director, writer editor and trans actress, Jessie Jeffrey Dunn Rovinelli, the film weaves between performative set-pieces that see characters interacting with Schernikau’s text, and narrated sequences that shed light on the thoughts and feelings of the main protagonists as their queer polyamorous community interacts internally and with the outer world. The subtle performances by actors Thomas Love, Rachika Samarth, Arlene Gregoire and Edem Dela-Seshie, Rovinelli’s documentary-like handling of the text and the film’s Super 16mm aesthetic give it the essence of classic independent films from the 1990s, but with an update to reflect a quiet revolution of romance and relationships that is distinctly of the 21st Century. 03


SCREENINGS DELPHINE ET CAROLE, INSOUMUSES CALLISTO MCNULTY| 2019 | FRANCE| 69 MINS

1ST NOV | BLACK BOX | 7PM | £7 (plus booking fee)

Delphine Seyrig is best known as a grande dame of 20th Century French cinema, starring in iconic films like Last Year at Marienbad (1961), The Disreet Charms of the Bourgeosie (1972), as well as Chantal Akerman’s feminist classic Jeanne Dielman, 1080 quai de commerce, Bruxelles (1975). But she was also a feminist filmmaker who worked as part of a filmmaking collective. From its beginnings during an editing workshop led by fellow activist Carole Roussopoulos, this film by Roussopoulos’s granddaughter, Callisto McNulty, sheds light on the activist filmmaking by the duo, the causes they got behind, and their creative partnership. Seyrig was a major feminist figure in France and used her position as a celebrity to raise awareness for different causes. She was one of the signatories of the 1971 ‘Manifesto of the 343’, declaring publically alongside other well-known figures that she’d had an illegal abortion. This film shows in detail the thinking behind Seyrig and Roussopoulos’s methods, and their motivation to reclaim their own image, in front and behind the camera, and to reframe the narrative of women’s rights and representation. This is the film’s Irish premiere. The director of the film Callisto McNulty will be in attendance and introduce the screening.

SHOOTING THE MAFIA

KIM LONGINOTTO| 2018 | IRELAND| 94 MINS

2ND NOV | THE MAC | 7PM | £7

WANDA is pleased to present the Northern Irish premiere of renowned filmmaker Kim Longinotto’s latest film. Known for her portraits of strong women living and working under difficult, demanding and often oppressive circumstances such as 2015’s Dreamcatcher, Longinotto here turns her camera on a woman best known for being behind one. Legendary photo-journalist Letizia Battaglia is the central figure here, and her life and work are captured alongside the backdrop of her subject, the violence and control of the brutal Mafia regime in Sicily. Based in Palermo for 20 years, and the first woman photographer to work for a daily newspaper in Italy, Battaglia captured images of events that shocked the nation and led to a legal campaign to bring down Mafia leaders and their government allies. Battaglia’s memories of her life shed light on both the atmosphere of coercion and murder in society at that time and the reality of living as a woman in a staunchly religious and patriarchal country. Married at 16 to escape her controlling father, her husband refused to let her finish her education. Battaglia said before she picked up a camera in her 30s she “wasn’t a real person.” This is the story of self-realisation and sexual liberation through the lens of corruption and a historical fight for justice. The film’s producer, Niamh Fagan (Lunar Pictures), will introduce this screening. There will be a screening of the short documentary In the Water Tower, by Espeth Vischer before the feature.

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CHANGING THE NARRATIVE

MAKING THE FUTURE CHANGING THE NARRATIVE PROGRAMME

1ST NOV | THE BEANBAG CINEMA | 3PM |FREE ‘Changing the Narrative’ comprises of five shorts celebrating women’s roles in rural South Armagh and the rich traditions, stunning landscape, and heritage in the area. The films also challenges the narrative so commonly associated with South Armagh: as a paramilitary stronghold during the Troubles. The films were made by 24 participants, aged 13 to 60s, for ‘Women in the Archives’, an engagement programme led by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) and the Nerve Centre in partnership with the Newry, Mourne and Down District Council. Women in the Archives is one of the strands of the Making the Future project which is supported by EU Peace IV and managed by SEUPB. FILMS: Voices of Gullion – An exploration of language, song tradition and South Armagh’s stunning landscape. The Threads That Bind Us - An Insight into the rich tradition of lace-making and the pieces that bind women together across generations. Breaking The Mould– Meet some of the women and girls involved in a variety of sports, such as camogie, netball, hill walking and football. Women in Farming - Three farmers from different generations discuss the past, present and future of farming. ROGHA – Meet ROGHA, a collective of hand crafters and artists whose work is inspired by the unique heritage and majesty of the Ring of Gullion.

BEING THE IMAGE

BARBARA HAMMER, CAROLEE SCHNEEMAN, AGNÉS VARDA 2ND NOV | THE MAC | 3PM | £5 This year has seen the deaths of pioneering and seminal artists, Barbara Hammer, Carolee Schneeman and Agnès Varda. In radically different ways their innovation, vision and artistic excellence have changed the cinematic landscape forever. We are celebrating these three great filmmakers with a modest programme of work that exemplifies their different approaches but could also serve as an introduction to key works for those who might be learning of these filmmakers for the first time. The title ‘Being the Image’ comes from a Schneeman quote and reflects how each one of these women positioned themselves within their films, adding an important subjective dimension to politics, the body, sexuality and lived experience. Dyketactics (dir. Barbara Hammer, 4 mins, 1974, USA) This dreamy, idyllic portrayal of lesbian sexuality is one of Hammer’s best-known and loved works. Depicting the female body with boldness and care, the film reads like a poetic playground of sexual exploration and awakening and has been described as a lesbian ‘commercial’. Perhaps tame by modern standards, the film was groundbreaking in its framing of women as a collective and sharing, sensuous group, enhanced by its layered images and electronic score by Lisa Ben. Fuses (dir. Carolee Schneeman, 22 mins, 1965, USA) Fuses is an experimental film about fusion, sexuality, and sensuality in a heterosexual relationship. Schneeman filmed her and her partner Jim Tenney engaging in sex, moving the camera over each others bodies and sharing their erotic and sensual relationship. Schneeman’s quick cuts and painted textures onto the celluloid add a layer to the film that draws us in and separates us from this private act. Fuses is a film devised to represent sex from a woman’s point of view as opposed to what was and is seen in mainstream pornography. It is a portrait of love and desire that has divided audiences to the extreme of winning a Cannes Film Festival Special Jury Selection prize and causing audiences to trash cinemas at screenings. Réponse de Femmes (dir. Agnès Varda, 8 mins, 1975, French with English subtitles) Varda’s signature framing, colour work, feminism and humour are all on display in this short essay film. In 1975, Varda asked a group of women what it means to be a woman, and this is their reply. Encompassing many different perspectives, the film is engaging and funny, while maintaining a serious message. It’s a stylish snapshot of feminism in the 1970s, evoking consideration of how a similar film would be made today. This is an over 18s screening.

I’M YOU YOU’RE ME

WOMEN AND THE AIDS CRISIS: A CINENOVA PROGRAMME 3RD NOV | THE MAC | 4PM | £7 WANDA have teamed up with Cinenova to deliver this selection of short films that discuss women’s experiences of the AIDS crisis. These stories range from women in high security prison in New York State to experiences of lesbian couples and police brutality during ACT UP demonstrations. The films use techniques such as cutting between home movies and archive footage, experimental filmmaking and performance and more traditional documentary style storytelling. Cinenova is a volunteer run charity preserving and distributing the work of feminist film and video makers. Keep Your Laws Off My Body | Catherine Gund, Zoe Leonard |1990 | USA |13 mins Kore, Tran T Kim Trang| 1994 | USA | 17 mins I’m You You’re Me | Catherine Gund, Debra Levine | 1993 | USA |26 mins This is an over 18s screening.

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THURSDAY 31ST OPENING NIGHT AT QFT | 6.20PM | £6.95

THE JUNIPER TREE DIR.NIETZCHKA KEENE FOLLOWED BY THE 343 DJS

FRIDAY 1ST CHANGING THE NARRATIVE

DELPHINE ET CAROLE, INSOUMUSES

3PM | BEANBAG CINEMA

7PM | BLACKBOX | £7

MAKING THE FUTURE CHANGING THE NARRATIVE PROGRAMME

DIR. CALLISTO MC NULTY

ACTivist

WANDA CONVERSATION WITH CALLISTO MC NULTY AND SIOBHAN MC SWEENEY

8.30PM | BLACKBOX (post-screening)

SATURDAY 2ND BEANBAG CINEMA 10.30-12.30PM | £5

SHOOTING THE MAFIA

BEING THE IMAGE

SHORTS PROGRAMME 1

BARBARA HAMMER, CAROLEE SCHNEEMAN, AGNÉS VARDA

3PM | THE MAC | £5

DIR. KIM LONGINOTTO 7PM | THE MAC | £7

SUNDAY 3RD SHORTS PROGRAMME 2 BEANBAG CINEMA 10.30-12.30PM | £5

READING BETWEEN THE LINES PS2 | 1PM | £3

I’M YOU YOU’RE ME

WOMEN AND THE AIDS CRISIS: A CINENOVA PROGRAMME

4PM | THE MAC | £5

SO PRETTY

DIR. JESSIE JEFFERY DUNN ROVINELLI 7PM | THE MAC | £7


THURSDAY 31ST OPENING NIGHT AT QFT | 6.20PM | £6.95

THE JUNIPER TREE DIR.NIETZCHKA KEENE FOLLOWED BY THE 343 DJS

FRIDAY 1ST CHANGING THE NARRATIVE

DELPHINE ET CAROLE, INSOUMUSES

3PM | BEANBAG CINEMA

7PM | BLACKBOX | £7

MAKING THE FUTURE CHANGING THE NARRATIVE PROGRAMME

DIR. CALLISTO MC NULTY

ACTivist

WANDA CONVERSATION WITH CALLISTO MC NULTY AND SIOBHAN MC SWEENEY

8.30PM | BLACKBOX (post-screening)

SATURDAY 2ND BEANBAG CINEMA 10.30-12.30PM | £5

SHOOTING THE MAFIA

BEING THE IMAGE

SHORTS PROGRAMME 1

BARBARA HAMMER, CAROLEE SCHNEEMAN, AGNÉS VARDA

3PM | THE MAC | £5

DIR. KIM LONGINOTTO 7PM | THE MAC | £7

SUNDAY 3RD SHORTS PROGRAMME 2 BEANBAG CINEMA 10.30-12.30PM | £5

READING BETWEEN THE LINES PS2 | 1PM | £3

I’M YOU YOU’RE ME

WOMEN AND THE AIDS CRISIS: A CINENOVA PROGRAMME

4PM | THE MAC | £5

SO PRETTY

DIR. JESSIE JEFFERY DUNN ROVINELLI 7PM | THE MAC | £7


TALKING FILM ACTivist

POST-SCREENING TALK 1ST NOV | BLACKBOX

WANDA is very excited to announce this post-screening conversation between the film’s director Callisto McNulty, actor/activist Siobhan McSweeney (Derry Girls) and WANDA programmers Laura O’Connor & Rose Baker. The discussion will highlight the strong tradition of feminist actors who have championed causes off-screen, why this history should be celebrated and how it factors into today’s feminist concerns. In the era of #MeToo and the fight for equal marriage and abortion rights in Northern Ireland, how does this rich history inform where we are today?

PRODUCER’S TALK WITH NIAMH FAGAN POST-SCREENING TALK 2ND NOV |THE MAC

Niamh Fagan is a producer based in Westport, Co. Mayo. Before her successful career move to producing Niamh worked as an editor, cutting her teeth as a trainee on Jim Sheridan’s Oscar winning film In the Name of the Father. Fagan went on to successfully edit a number of shorts and features resulting in an IFTA nomination for Les Blair’s H3. Following over 10 years as an editor Fagan set up her company Lunar Pictures. In 2005 Niamh produced a six-part television drama series for RTE2 The Last Furlong starring Simon Delaney, Orla Fitzgerald & Domhnall Gleeson. In 2006 she produced the drama series, Trouble In Paradise starring Angeline Ball, Lorcan Cranitch & Brian Gleeson also for RTE2. She then produced TG4’s highly successful comedy drama and IFTA award winning Rasaí na Gaillimhe series one and series two starring Don Wycherly, Owen Roe & Carrie Crowley, winning a CIRCOM award in Malmö in 2012. In 2014 Niamh produced From Galway to Greenland, an adventure sailing documentary feature for TG4. This ‘in conversation’ is a chance to speak to Niamh about her journey in editing, producing and working in the film world at large. It is a great opportunity to speak with someone who has such a broad range of experience as well as someone who works not out of a major city or film hub but in rural Ireland. WANDA is delighted Niamh is attending the event and encourage film enthusiasts and those starting out in the industry to come join in the conversation.

READING BETWEEN THE LINES 3RD NOV | PS2 |1PM | £3

Does the media reflect our attitudes on abortion or shape them? Strand Arts Centre & Alliance for Choice will co-host a discussion sparked by archive material which will reflect on the media presentation of reproductive health in Northern Ireland. From documentary and news archive footage to contemporary activist documentation, we will explore how we view abortion on screen and what repercussions that has for audiences. The event will be open-dialogue led by people with a range of media experiences of the issue. The archive featured in this event is copyright ITV, courtesy of Northern Ireland Screen Digital Film Archive and the UTV Partnership Project with PRONI.

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INTERNATIONAL SHORTS AT THE BEANBAG CINEMA SAT 2ND

SAT 2ND

10.30-11.30

11.45-12.30

Worst case scenario, Autumn Palen, 2018, USA, 3.30mins

The Beekeeper, Robyn Conroy, Ireland, 2019, 6.29mins

You are not the boss of me, Allison Beda, Canada, 1997, 3mins

Weltschmerz, Lisa Mausbach, Germany, 2019, 3.55mins

Without shame, Liberty Antonia Sadler, UK, 2018, 1.43mins

Chrysalis, Maria Elena Moreno López, Mexico, 2018, 4.00mins

Breast Friends, Caitlin Young, UK, 2019, 5.51mins

The Gods of Tiny Things, Deborah Kelly, Austrailia, 2019, 5.22mins

Cellfie, Débora Mendes, Portugal, 2019, 3.10mins

Euphoria, Katalin Egely, Hungary, 2018, 4.00mins

Roti, Kiki Febriyanti, Indonesia, 2018, 0.30 mins

To Melt/ To crystallize, Hollie Miller, UK, 2019, 3.13mins

The Many Mothers, Stephanie Brewster, Mexico, 2019, 3.17mins

EL HOR, Dianne Lucille Campbell, Ireland, 2018, 13.50mins

Technology for Talking, Jemima Hughes, UK, 2019, 5.27mins @theinternet, Hannah Burgos, USA, 2019, 2.54mins Twarze Faces, Ena Kielska, Poland, 2019, 9.30mins

SUN 3RD

SUN 3RD

10.30-11.30

11.45-12.30

Mouth of Truth, Barbara Vekari, Croatia, 2018, 18mins

Panic Attack, Eileen O’Meara, USA, 2019, 3mins

SAN, Jin Woo, Rep. of Korea, 2019, 6.30mins

Trish, Charlotte Grady, USA, 2019, 8.30mins

There was you, Sophia Lau, USA, 2019, 4.28mins

Tease, Oona Taper, USA, 2018, 1.14mins

Embers, Estelle Gattlen & Sarah Rothenberger, Switzerland, 2018,

Ashes, Ana Falcón, Mexico, 2019, 4.48mins

6.30mins

Naqam Diamond, Amaia San Sebastián, Spain, 2019, 6.40mins

Libertas, Melisa Aller, Argentina, 2019, 3.10mins

Superlady, an exclusive interview, Lee Bader, USA, 2019,

Egg Shells, Marija Georgiev, Croatia, 2019, 12.09mins

2.38mins

Coffin Decollete, Nancy Kamal, Egypt, 2019, 5.57mins

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CONTRIBUTORS JESSIE JEFFERY DUNN ROVINELLI

CALLISTO MCNULTY

NIETZCHKA KEENE Nietzchka KEENE (1952–2004) was an American writer and director. After receiving the Fulbright Grant, she made her feature debut The Juniper Tree (1990), starring the Icelandic singer Björk in her first film role. A graduate of UCLA Film School, she taught filmmaking and editing at the University of Wisconsin-Madison until her death in 2004. Keene was diagnosed with cancer earlier that year. At the time of her death, she had nearly completed her third feature film Barefoot to Jerusalem. It was completed and released in 2008.

Born in Paris, France in 1990. She studied Culture, Criticism and Curation, and Gender Studies. She works as an author, filmmaker, translator and curator. Filmography: 2017 Éric’s Tape; 70 min., co-directed by Anne Destival 2019 Delphine et Carole, insoumuses (Delphine and Carole)

KIM LONGINOTTO Kim Longinotto (born 1952) is a British documentary filmmaker, well known for making films that highlight the plight of female victims of oppression or discrimination. Longinotto studied camera and directing at the National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield, England, where she now tutors occasionally.

Born in 1988, Jessie Jeffrey Dunn Rovinelli works as a film director, editor, colourist and critic living in New York. She has directed two feature films, So Pretty, (2019, Berlinale) a literary translation/transposition focusing on gender and the utopian imagination, and Empathy (2016, FID Marseille), a performative documentary following a heroin-addicted escort across the USA.

AGNÉS VARDA

SIOBHAN MCSWEENEY

READING BETWEEN THE LINES Reading between the lines is a collaboration between The Strand Arts Centre, Alliance for Choice, Northern Ireland Screen Digital Film Archive and WANDA. The project has it’s inaugural event at this years festival where we kick start a conversation by talking through archive footage about how abortion has been framed in the media.

Siobhán McSweeney trained at Central School of Speech & Drama, London and Ecole Philippe Gaulier, Paris. She has worked at the Royal Court, RSC, National Theatre, Donmar, The Abbey and The Lyric, Belfast. TV and film credits include; Derry Girls, Porters, Extra Ordinary, The Fall, No Offence, and London Irish. Siobhan is also an activist for women’s rights in particular reproductive rights of women on the island of Ireland.

BARBARA HAMMER Barbara Hammer (1939-2019) was an internationally recognized film artist who made 80 films and videos making a significant contribution to lesbian and gay cinema. In her lifetime, Hammer completed seven features in seven years. Her trilogy of experimental documentaries on lesbian and gay histories are considered classic cinema: Nitrate Kisses, Tender Fictions, and History Lessons. Before she passed away in 2019, Hammer became an outspoken proponent for dying with dignity.

NIAMH FAGAN

CINENOVA Cinenova is a volunteer-run charity preserving and distributing the work of feminist film and video makers. Cinenova was founded in 1991 following the merger of two feminist film and video distributors, Circles and Cinema of Women, each formed in the late 1970s/early 1980s. Cinenova currently distributes over 300 titles that include artists’ moving image, experimental film, narrative feature films, documentary and educational videos made from the 1920s to the late 1990s. The thematics in these titles include oppositional histories, post-colonial struggles, representation of gender, race, sexuality, and other questions of difference and importantly the relations and alliances between these different struggles.

Born in Ixelles near Brussels, Belgium in 1928, she grew up in Sète in the south of France. Having studied literature, psychology, art history and philosophy at the Sorbonne and the École du Louvre in Paris, she subsequently trained as a photographer and began working as a stage photographer and photo journalist. A self-taught filmmaker, in 1955 she produced and directed her debut feature film, La Pointe Courte, which earned her the reputation as the grandmother of the nouvelle vague. In 2003, she embarked on a further career as a visual artist, exhibiting her work at the Venice Biennale. Agnes Varda sadly passed away in March 2019.

CAROLEE SCHNEEMAN

Niamh Fagan is a producer based in Westport, Co. Mayo. Before her successful career move to producing Niamh worked as an editor, cutting her teeth as a trainee on Jim Sheridan’s Oscar winning film In the Name of the Father. Fagan went on to successfully edit a number of shorts and features resulting in an IFTA nomination for Les Blair’s H3. Following over 10 years as an editor Fagan set up her company Lunar Pictures.

MAKING THE FUTURE CHANGING THE NARRATIVE PROGRAMME Making the Future is a new cross-border cultural programme which will empower people to use museum collections and archives to explore the past and create a powerful vision for future change. The regional programme is being delivered by a consortium of leading cultural organisations including the Nerve Centre, National Museums NI, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland and Linen Hall Library, supported through €1.82m of EU funding under the PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).

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Carolee Schneemann, multidisciplinary artist. Transformed the definition of art, especially discourse on the body, sexuality, and gender. The history of her work is characterized by research into archaic visual traditions, pleasure wrested from suppressive taboos, the body of the artist in dynamic relationship with the social body.


VENUES BEANBAG CINEMA, EXCHANGE PLACE, BT1 2NA BLACKBOX, HILL ST, BT1 2LA THE MAC, 10 EXCHANGE ST WEST, BT1 2NJ PS2, SPENCER HOUSE, 71 ROYAL AVENUE, BT1 1FE QFT, UNIVERSITY SQ, BT7 1NN

THANK YOU WANDA would not be possible without the support of the following organisations and individuals. We would like to extend a huge thank you to the following:

The Belfast Film Festival Film Hub NI Alliance for Choice Queen’s Film Theatre The Black Box The MAC PS2 The Strand Arts Centre Cinenova Northern Ireland Screen Digital Film Archive The 343

Jon Beer Luke Butterly Callisto McNulty Sara Gunn-Smith Hugh Odling-Smee Sinead Bhreathnach-Cashell Johanna Leech Julie Stewart Siobhan McSweeney Niamh Fagan Holmes Elspeth Vischer Dawn Richardson

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Jennie Carlsten Fiona McDonnell Emma Campbell Peter Marley Zjena Glamocanin Nicole Atkinson Katie Driscoll Laura Aguiar Louise Shelley Charlotte Procter Caitlain Rafferty


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WANDA: Feminism and Moving Image 2019  

WANDA: Feminism and Moving Image 2019