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Join us for a selection of films that explore a range of topics that
face women on a day to day basis – from safety on the streets, how they look,
what they wear, how this is viewed and judged by society and who they sleep
with and why.
Lipstick (Directed by Harriet McKern, 1994, E, 7.05min)
looks at the search for the perfect red. With an offbeat sense of humour,
LIPSTICK looks at the politics and glamour of lipstick and the dilemmas of the
modern woman in a marketed world.
Footy Chicks (Directed by Rebecca Barry, 2006, M, 52:15min)
explores the sexual politics of women who deliberately pursue football stars,
as well as the men and the ‘footy culture’ involved.
Daughter (directed by Sarah Jayne Portelli, 2016, PG,
28:22min). Inspired by the tragic murders cases of Jill Meagher in Brunswick
and St Kilda’s own Tracy Connelly, Daughter explores how women are viewed
in society by following three opposing female characters on a Friday night out
in St Kilda.
Free, but bookings essential.
Popcorn and beanbags supplied but BYO snacks
16+ recommended; some adult themes
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