10 days to connect with our network of 600+ filmmakers worldwide in just 10minute meetings!
It's not too late to join, you still have till June 10th to meet as many FFC members as possible and grow your network.
Starting November 3rd you will get 10 days of getting to know as many members as possible with a quick online coffee date.
The winner will not only have met many of our incredible members all over the world, she will also receive the book:
'Feminist Worldmaking and the Moving Image' By Erika Balsom and Hila Peleg which we will send over to you.
Members can message other members privately and schedule in 10 days (3 - 12th November) as many online coffee dates as possible.
Members propose a 10-15min zoom chat to get to know more about each other. Perhaps you have a deliberate question for the other person about her profession or advice she could give you. This is the perfect moment to ask!
On November 12th the member who met the most FFC Members will receive the book 'Feminist Worldmaking and the Moving Image' By Erika Balsom and Hila Peleg and the title: Winner of the Coffee Date Challenge 2023
The challenge is open to all FFC Members, so whether you're in the Networking Space or Members Club, you can all DM each other and set up a quick coffee challenge.
Join the challenge to make the most out of your FFC membership
It's not too late to join, you still have till October 31st to meet as many FFC members as possible and grow your network.
After our huge successful FFC panel and party at the BFI London Film Festival our membership grew even more, the perfect way to stay/get in touch with everyone.
In the Female Film Club, you can make your profile, send each other messages and get to know each other in the events + the Coffee Date Challenge is the perfect way to message everyone you're keen to meet right now!
October 29, 2023
Palimpsest is a compelling and emotionally charged film that tells the story of an elderly woman and man who are chosen for a gene therapy trial that reverses the aging process. With their bodies rejuvenated and memories of their past lives intact, they embark on a journey of rediscovery and second chances in a world that has moved forward without them.
The film strikes a delicate balance between poignancy and hope, infusing its narrative with a tone that is both introspective and uplifting. The elderly protagonists grapple with the complexities of self-discovery in a woman-led narrative that emphasizes themes of reinvention and female sexuality. The film captures moments of vulnerability and reflection, allowing viewers to connect with their emotional journey.