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(Early Years Educator) One of six children, Floella Benjamin was born in Trinidad but was brought up in England.After leaving school she spent a short time in the world of banking and accountancy, but the staid Chief Accountants Office of Barclay's Bank just didn't suit her effervescent personality and she soon found her way into the theatre.
The name has been appropriated by clothing stores around the world that are not connected with the original Granny Takes a Trip, including present-day vintage fashion stores in Hermosa Beach, California, Sunset Boulevard and Sydney, Australia.“Our aim is to inspire discussion about feminism and film, to support women directors, and to get feminist films seen by a wider audience”. You can post your profile, use advanced search, send and receive messages absolutely free. )37 Cavendish Square London W1G 0PP The Phoenix is a five-minute walk from Oxford Circus tube, which is on the Victoria, Bakerloo & Central lines.Tickets are £5 on the door & include a programme, sometimes sweeties, & the infamous half-time book quiz!The brothers (or sisters, or both) can be one-on-one or a multitude; share love, hate or love-hate relationships, be twins and/or deadly rivals: the only limit is your ingenuity.
Deadline Sunday October 1st Tuesday December 12th - SACRED & PROFANE: Christmas is the holiest time of the year ...
Meanwhile, The Witches of Gambaga provides a disturbing expose of a community of 100 women ostracised by their own families and condemned to live in a camp for ‘witches’ in Northern Ghana.
Another documentary, Kung-Fu Grandma was made by Royal Holloway student Jeong-One Park, and tells the story of elderly women in Kenya who are taking self-defence classes to protect themselves from rape by young men in their community.
All theme deadlines are on the first Sunday of the preceding month (e.g.
the deadline for December's Sacred & Profane is Sunday 5 Nov).
The festival was set up as a response to the underrepresentation of women in the film industry, as well the lack of films addressing feminist issues and the narrow stereotypical portrayal of women on screen.