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Fri 19 Feb
–Wed 31 Mar 2021
In this thought-provoking documentary, photos, archival footage and sound recordings tell the story of a pioneering psychiatric institution in 1930s France.
Mon 22 Feb
–Mon 22 Mar 2021
This powerful drama about a woman trying to find her child is set during the height of the political crisis in 1980’s Peru.
–Sun 7 Mar 2021
The feminist literary festival returns to explore the legacy of science-fiction author Octavia Butler and her prophetic Earthseed series. With online panel discussions, workshops and a film screening.
Fri 5 Mar
–Fri 2 Apr 2021
Poly Styrene, the first woman of colour in the UK to front a successful rock band, introduced the world to a new sound of rebellion.
–Mon 8 Mar 2021
Feminist thinker, writer and historian of science Donna Haraway shares her life, influences and ideas in this documentary film by director Fabrizio Terranova.
Mon 8 Mar
–Mon 5 Apr 2021
This unsettling psychological horror is the debut feature from writer and director Natalie Erika James.
Who was Frida Kahlo? Everyone knows her, but who was the woman behind the bright colours, the big brows, and the floral crowns?
Thu 11 Mar 2021, 19:00
An online discussion between Sarah Lombardi, director of the Collection de l’Art Brut, Lausanne and Ben Platts-Mills, author and arts facilitator, about Martine Deyres’s documentary Our Lucky Hours.
Mon 15 Mar
–Fri 30 Apr 2021
An intimate journey through the work, life and character of Finnish architect Alvar Aalto – one of the 20th century’s greatest modern designers.
–Fri 26 Mar 2021
Purchasing the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, UK Digital Edition pass entitles you to view all 10 films in the festival. Book now and watch at your own pace between 18-26 March.