Documentary films directed by bold female filmmakers, curated by GiF.
Artist Ben Draghi reflects on the ways in which he achieves self-exploration.
The Berlin Strippers Collective want a radical overhaul of the sex industry.
A girl comes to terms with her trauma in her new found safe space, her roller skating family.
A look at the harmonious relationships amputees feel towards their prosthetics.
Life, love, long distance, identity and the pieces in between. This is a love letter to resilience and about people who choose each other no matter what.
Historically unheard voices and personal struggles of the LGBTQI+ community among San Francisco's Pride.
How Berlin's female creatives, artists and business leaders have coped with the Covid-19 pandemic.
A teenage skateboarder in Rotterdam muses on friendship and belonging.
Director's Mum, Julie, had a list of sixty things she wanted to do before she turned 60. Top of that list: be a ‘man’ for a day…
Looking back on a year of lockdown in east London, documented in 16mm.
A fisherman struggles to save the coral reef and preserve his community's future
With numbers of qualified care-workers dwindled, Sarah a trained dental anesthetist is assigned to fight Covid in a hospital in Bronx.
Premiere: Honest portraits of young farmers and nature lovers living in Cumbria and The Yorkshire Dales
FORCED INTO A PERIOD OF REFLECTION, ANONYMOUS VOICES INTIMATELY DETAIL HOW THE UK’S FIRST LOCKDOWN CONFRONTED THEM WITH THEIR INNER DEMONS AND DESIRES
After growing up in foster care, a daughter forges a new relationship with her mum
Caribbean born and raised artist Firelei Báez draws upon its rich folklore and colonial history for her new paintings.
PREMIERE: One woman’s mission to build a skatepark in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley for young refugees.
As she documents a young woman dyeing her hair, a filmmaker reflects on the meaning of youth
A non-binary drag king undergoes a journey to be recognised as they really are
A young poet responds to George Floyd's murder through a Brit-centric lens.
Why 7 Scottish women are loving surfing in freezing temperatures.
PREMIERE: A South Asian gaze on representation, inequality and discrimination in UK film and TV set against the backdrop of the casting room.
Marie-Astrid, a ballet dancer from Paris, narrates her life growing up as a black dancer in a white privileged art.
What does Beethoven have to do with Oslo's ballroom scene? This film draws parallels while celebrating uniqueness and personal freedom.
PREMIERE: A moving look at the fading memories of an elderly woman, through the lens of her filmmaking granddaughter, as they try to preserve her thoughts forever.
Three creatives redefine what it means to be a young woman of South Asian heritage in Britain.
Vietnamese-Canadian filmmaker Carol interviews her family in an effort to represent and give voice to the complexity of intergenerational trauma.
Cosmo and his family moved from South Sudan's civil wars to USA, after 18 years of selective mutism, his friend and poet Moon helps Cosmo find his words to express his story.
Music to brainwash and slogans to sell in an absurd game. Who is Zelffie?
Four sets of lovers in moments of passion; where only they exist, and the rest of the world becomes background noise.
Olive Duran and Carys Huws hear the thoughts of Berlin's protesters.
A young woman emerges as a leader on her Colombian island, to save the reef that’s vital to its survival.
The class divide in Lagos, Nigeria, seen through a window.
We have collected a few films from lockdown busy filmmakers around the world.
A music video/ mini doc exploring Mexican-American identity and the inter-generational healing between mother and child.
On Friday, 29 May 2020, French legal authorities released a final report clearing the three officers involved of wrongdoing in the death of Adama Traoré's, despite a new autopsy saying he died from asphyxiation.
The legendary Fay Presto, UK’s most in-demand close-up and cabaret magician and LGBT icon, would rather die on stage than quit performing.
India's first women's ice hockey team from the Himalayans to Kuala Lumpur, we follow them as they compete for international glory.
Zhang Hongtu - an artist and an outsider. His life through Chinese Civil War, Cultural Revolution and immigration to New York.
Films by Czech & Slovak filmmakers curated by our sister branch GiF Prague
Three neighbours and their three religions: Islam, Christianity and Football.
In a remote community in Alaska we find Beverley Sue Waltz, a bartender of the only bar open all-year-round.
NYC Drag Queen Blackie O opens up about his own mental health and the wider drag community's.
In Luling, the 'toughest town in Texas,' two Latina high school girls compete to be the next Watermelon Thump Queen.
A former refugee, Katherine Terrell now a mother, is on a mission to raise awareness of the world's plastic consumption.
Paul and Millie Cao reunited in California after the Vietnam War. Forty years later, they are rediscovering themselves on the dance floor.
A portrait of a 13yr old girl and internet sensation showing what visually impaired people are really capable of.
The perspective of three young girls living in Cape Town’s notorious Lavender Hill, one of South Africa’s most violent communities.
Music shouldn't be defined by hearing people because it's about feeling vibrations and frequencies
How internet shapes young girls' lives in the outskirts of Apartadó, Colombia, a small rural village with limited power and running water.
For more than a century, residents of the tiny town of Pine Bush, NY, have seen strange things in the sky. Now it's known as UFO capital of the world.
Fourteen people across the world reveal their unique connection to water.
4 contemporary dance choreographers examining the transformations of Beirut through site-specific dance.
Tbilisi, Georgia - The city where 4/5 of the biggest clubs are run by women with politically active motivations.
Meet Cher, from Oakland, the first transgender pro skater to have her own board.
South African DJ and performance artist Queezy and their friends take their mission to improve Cape Town's acceptance of queer culture to the realms of vogue-ing.
Residents of a retirement community tell us about the many upsides of getting older.
An observational film into the lives of Venezuelans trying to save a local bakery in the midst of the country's economical crisis.
Meet Dean, a teenage boy who loves breakfast, Rihanna, and finding freedom in waves.
A symbolic look into London's knife crime epidemic set against poetry by Maya Sourie
An open conversation about sexuality, body image, and self-esteem.
An inspiring surfer uses her sport to transform the lives of many Jamaican woman
A six-episode docu-series following a group of queer, Mexico City artists, voguers and their chosen family.
Obsession, camaraderie and a Wargames Society that asks: what does it take to go into battle?
India's first pro female skateboarder teaches young girls that they "need to understand that you can be strong, get on the skateboard, and be feminine all at the same time."
In Fifi's - an Arab owned salon in Haifa - a basin becomes the talking space for Arab and Jewish women on the politics and life in Israel.
How can we free the nipple if only certain breasts are celebrated?
A sharp look at the microaggressions women experience on a typical Saturday night out
An epic saga chronicling the inadequacies of the reproductive healthcare system
Documentary about young Philippino punks living under the war on drugs regime
#MeToo movement founder Tarana Burke through the eyes of her daughter
An eccentric soul recounts her life as free-living, free-loving socialite
A romantic and playful portrait of two beautiful young dancers.