HER-Story was a unique documentary series from The MUFF Society (Monthly Underground Female Film Society). Drawing from our female-led/centric film team criteria, we screened documentaries directed, produced, filmed, and/or edited by female talent. While the subject matter itself did not have to explore women's issues or themes, we aimed to program films covering topical issues from passionate filmmakers who are willing to share their behind-the-lens experience with our community.
Our past HER-Story events included:
My Millennial Life
with director Maureen Judge, editor Cathy Gulkin and subject Meron in attendance for a Q&A.
The Prison in 12 Landscapes
with panel moderated by journalist Sinead Mulhern, featuring director Brett Story, Mark Kerwin (KLINK), Zoe (public speaker), and Lindsay Jennings (Prison Program Coordinator and Peer Support Worker) co-presented with KLINK Coffee. // Read the full recap here.
Migrant Dreams with short film The Constant Refugee
with director Min Sook Lee and producer Lisa Valencia-Svensson (Migrant Dreams) and director Leia Alamway (The Constant Refugee) in attendance; co-presented with Caregivers’ Action Centre, Migrante Canada, and Cinema Politica. // Read the full recap here.
Angry Inuk with short film We Make Stories Out of Totem Poles
with director Patricia Marcoccia (We Make Stories Out of Totem Poles) in attendance and director Alethea Arnaquq-Baril (Angry Inuk) in attendance via Skype; co-presented with REEL CANADA and the NFB. // Read the full recap here.