This selection of short and medium-length films by Delphine Seyrig and Carole Roussopoulos will whisk you into the filmmakers’ heady past of committed feminism and creativity. Maso et Miso s’en vont en bateau (1976) joyously sends up a televised interview of Françoise Giroud, at the time Secretary of State for the Status of Women. Y’a qu’à pas baiser ! (1973) brings to the screen a live abortion and pro-abortion demonstrators. SCUM Manifesto 1967 (1976) is a restrained homage to the eponymous vitriol-laced work by Valerie Solanas. Words and images that have lost nothing of their topicality or impact.
| 17 minutes | 1973
| 55 minutes | 1976
| 28 minutes | 1976
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