WFTV Screening: Best of Feminista Film Festival

14th October 2019 18:30

Monday 14 October 2019 | 18:30 – 20:30

London Film School | 24 Shelton Street | London | WC2H 9UB

WFTV members are invited to a private screening showing The Best of Feminista Film Festival. The festival’s mission is to inspire women and girls and connect them to female role models.

The festival’s beliefs:

  • Stories about inspiring women and girls need a stronger voice.
  • They believe the documentary film is a uniquely inspirational and engaging form of storytelling.
  • A film festival dedicated to inspiring stories about women and girls can spark connections and motivate all of us to think and act  differently.

There is no shortage of female role models. But they believe more needs to be done to shine a light on their unique stories in order to provide women and girls with reference points and sources of inspiration. Where stories are not yet being told by documentary filmmakers, they hope that Feminista Film Festival can play a small part in motivating existing and aspiring filmmakers to tell those stories. For view more about the festival click here

Laurie Mucha is the Producer and Co-Founder of Feminista Film Festival and Tour. She will be hosting the screening for WFTV. Laurie oversees film acquisition and programme curation. Her early career experience was in television production (Late Night with Jay Leno, Later with Greg Kinnear, MGM Worldwide Television) and feature film production (including Erin Brockovich, Man on the Moon and Drowning Mon).



Event Schedule:

18:30 – 19:00 – Arrival Drink

19:00 – 20:00 – Screening

20:00 – 20:15 Q&A

20:30 – Home

This event is open to WFTV members and non-members. Members, please log-in to your account and book your ticket via Eventbrite as usual. Non-members and LFS students scroll down to the bottom of the event page and you will see a non-members ticket option.  If you are not a member and would like to join, membership costs just £100 + VAT/year, please click here or email

This event is aimed at women in the film and television industry.