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Press releases


  • Press Release #1: Femspectives Film Festival announces guest curators for 2021 festival – Download


  • Press Release #1: Femspectives 2020 Programme Launch – Download


  • Press Release #1: Femspectives 2019 Programme Launch – Download

In the Press

A celebration of feminist film-makers by Ashley Davies in The Times, 24 April 2021

What’s on (online)? Your roundup of this week’s digital entertainment by Rebecca Baird in The Courier, 23 April 2021

The Other Side of the Underneath: “Strength is Madness”(Femspectives Review) by Anthony Bowmer in Loud and Clear, 23 April 2021

Our People Will Be Healed: Cree Culture (Femspectives Review) by Claire Fulton in Loud and Clear, 20 April 2021

Weekend Highlights in Metro, 23 April 2021

What we’re watching at this year’s Femspectives Feminist Film Festival in Diva Magazine, 21 April 2021

‘Where did you emerge? What are the creatures like?’ – Interview with guest curator Ane Lopez by Rhian Williams in Map Magazine, 19 April 2021

Femspectives returns online for 2021 by Jamie Dunn in The Skinny, 12 April 2021

Femspectives returns for online weekender by Deborah Chu in The List, 6 April 2021

Feature in the Heads Up section in The Skinny, April 2021

Femspectives by Leona Skeene in SNACK Magazine, April 2021, Issue 26

Lockdown lessons: 13 UK film industry leaders on coping with Covid by Isabel Stevens and Trevor Johnston in Sight & Sound, 29 May 2020

Good Morning Scotland on BBC Radio Scotland, 20 February 2020 [around 7.50 am]

What’s On Scotland 20-27 Feb: Glasgow Film Festival & more on The Skinny, 20 February 2020

Femspectives: Glasgow Feminist Film Festival on CGIII, February 2020

Review: VAI by Jim Ross on Take One Cinema, 17 February 2020

Femspectives Glasgow Announces Full Female-Directed Festival Lineup by Megan Wilson on Screen Queens, 15 February 2020

Femspectives: ‘It’s not about fitting everyone into one box, but finding strength in the diversity and multiplicity of experiences’ by Deborah Chu in The List, 14 February 2020

Femspectives Preview by Jonny Sweet on The Wee Review, 1 February 2020

2020 Feminist Calendar: February. on Shewolf Feminism, 31 January 2020

FILM: Femspectives reveals full 2020 programme in Diva Magazine, 31 January 2020

Femspectives 2020 launches programme on Women Film & Television History Network, 18 January 2020

Oscars continue to fail on gender equality and diversity issues in The National, 14 January 2020

Glasgow Film Festival boss calls for more help for women directors by Karin Goodwin in The National, 12 January 2020

Femspectives line-up announced by Amber Wilkinson in Eye for Film, 10 January 2020

Femspectives announces dazzling and varied programme for 2020 by Julia Kajdi in The List, 10 January 2020

Global Feminist Calendar January and February 2020 in The Circle, 17 December 2019

The Hot 100 2019: Who to watch out for in 2020 by Arusa Qureshi in The List, 1 November 2019

Your 2020 Feminist Calendar: protests, panels and exhibitions celebrating the sisterhood in The Stylist, September 2019

2019 Film Preview in The Scotsman, 1 January 2019.

Organising an Impact Activity: Revisiting the History of Women’s Film Festivals on SGSAH Blog, 20 June 2018.

Interview with Aike Jansen in qmunicate, 1 June 2018.

Why We Founded a Feminist Film Festival in Glasgow in Women & Hollywood, 4 April 2018.

Closing the Gaps: Researching the Women’s Event at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 1972 on WFTHN, 27 March 2018.