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Femme Filmmakers Festival 2017: Day Two Program

Femme Filmmakers Festival — Day Two Program — Saturday 2nd September 2017

The Femme Filmmakers Festival flies into its second day, and with it the Directors Weekend with one of the modern day women directors, Sofia Coppola. The first of two of her feature films is available to stream on Saturday. Hopefully you’re still buzzing from Day One of the #FemmeFilmFest – you can catch on these movies any time by the way.


The Directed by Women Worldwide Online Viewing Party is well under way. I spoke to Mary Neely about her short film and the background of it, look out for that later on Day Two. In the meantime find a precious slot in your busy days for the following films. Please spread the word, and really enjoy these movies made by women.

Online streaming access for all 30 short films is easily accessible on the home page on the right hand menu.


The Dresser (2014) – Mary Neely13 mins

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Touch (2010) – Jen McGowan11 mins

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Mano a mono (2015) – Saranne Bensusan12 mins

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Marie Antoinette (2006) – Sofia Coppola123 mins

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Toni Erdmann (2016) – Maren Ade – 162 mins

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Let us know your plans in the comments sections, views and opinions on these films and their makers also warmly received. Don’t forget coverage can be followed on Facebook and Twitter.



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