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Ten Years of Underwire

Thursday 19 September


We look back at ten years of Underwire Festival with a selection of short films from its past editions. Underwire Festival is the largest film festival in the UK celebrating female talent in film, and it all started ten years in with a screening in a pub. Over the past decade, it has screened exceptional female talent that has gone on to make award-winning short films and features. The festival has positioned itself as a hub of highly curated short filmmaking, building a community of filmmaking talent around it that continues to be as inspiring as it is humbling. With this selection of short films, we look back at some of the exceptional talent that’s come through Underwire. 

Sis (dir. Deborah Haywood)
Nocturn (dir. Leanne Welham)
On Another Note (dir. Emma Dove)
Physics (dir. Claire Oakley)
The Pig Child (dir. Lucy Campbell)
Operator (dir. Caroline Bartleet)
The Wrong End of the Stick (dir. Terri Matthews)
Abandon (dir. Georgia Parris)
Ladies Day (dir. Abena Taylor-Smith)


Thursday 19 September | 6:30pm

Running time | 98min

Venue | Barbican Cinema

Tickets | £12.00

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