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BFI WOMAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA

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CELEBRATING WOMEN’S EXTRAORDINARY CONTRIBUTION TO FILM AND TV

On International Women’s Day 2021, Jaguar was proud to announce its extraordinary new partnership with BFI's Woman with a Movie Camera.

Celebrating women’s contribution to film and TV, both behind and in front of the camera, Jaguar is supporting the BFI’s ongoing programme with unmissable screenings and events in person at BFI Southbank and digitally on BFI platforms – including BFI Player and BFI YouTube, throughout 2021.

WOMEN CELEBRATING FEMALE DIRECTED MOVIES

Inspirational and diverse works of great cinema, all originating from women with a movie camera.

SISTERS WITH TRANSISTORS: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Edith Bowman sits down with Lisa Rovener to discuss Sisters with Transistors, her newest documentary exploring the untold story of electronic music’s female pioneers, who embraced machines and their liberating technologies to transform how we produce and listen to music today.

  • HANNA FLINT INTRODUCES THE ARBOR

    Introducing The Arbor, Film & TV Critic Hanna Flint reflects on how Clio Baranard’s debut fuses documentary and fiction in a new way to tell the story of celebrated Yorkshire playwright Andrea Dunbar.

  • HANNAH STRONG INTRODUCES RED ROAD

    Associate Editor for Little White Lies Magazine Hannah Strong presents Andrea Arnold’s debut feature Red Road, exploring why this dark psychological thriller is her favourite of Arnold’s work, and a film she will never be able to shake off.

  • MARLI SIU INTRODUCES SWEET BEAN

    Naomi Kawase’s Sweet Bean is introduced by Anna and the Apocalypse and Run actor, Marli Siu, as she explains how the calming culinary drama helps her appreciate the smaller things in life that really matter.

  • EVE RILEY INTRODUCES UNDER THE SKIN

    Perfect 10 director, Eva Riley presents Carine Adler’s Under the Skin, exploring why Samantha Morton’s visceral debut performance blew her away.

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