When you think about feminism, do you think about subverting gender stereotypes assigned to female bodies, female athletes succeeding at the top of their game, or small town societal structures being reshaped? Do you think about women and young girls coming into their own? The beauty of the F word is that it means many different things to each of us, and in a post #MeToo world, we have the power to continue to explore feminism through art, reinterpreting and redefining it for ourselves. Guest Curator: Charlie Hidalgo
Total Running Time: 85 mins
Dir. Milena Salazar and Joella Cabalu, Canada, 2017, 7 mins
A personal reflection on what it means to be a trans activist and a queer feminist by the woman who started the viral conversation of #DoIHaveBoobsNow.
Dir. Eleanor Rogers, UK, 2018, 18 mins.
When a new teammate joins the relay team, Ash begins to question her sexuality.
Dir. Goran Stolevski, Macedonia, 2017, 19 mins, Macedonian with English subtitles
When a tomboy competes in an all-male religious ritual, she is also looking to win respect in her small Macedonian village.
Dir. Kieran Wheeler, Australia, 2018, 7 mins
When Andrew comes home from a weekend away and finds a single rose petal in his bed, he becomes convinced that his girlfriend has cheated on him.
Dir. Marie de Maricourt, Switzerland, 2017, 17 mins, French with English subtitles
Sarah is increasingly subject to her fantasies and sees her sexuality taking up more and more of her attention, especially after Victoria arrives on the scene.
Dir. Ulrika Bandeira, Julia Gumpert, and Olivia Kastebring, Sweden, 2018, 14 mins, Swedish with English subtitles
This genre-defying film, starring a Swedish dance group, subverts conventions for how we are used to seeing the female body.