Laura Mulvey discusses how the film industry has changed and the multiple ways in which women's cinema might be concieved of and created.
Following a screening of director Campbell X's BD Women and Stud Life, Club des Femmes founder Selina Robertson and X discuss the conditions of production around creating Black QTIPOC (Queer Trans Intersex People of Colour) work.
As part of the Onwards & Outwards film season looking at the best in independent British cinema made by women, director Beeban Kidron speaks about her 1990 film Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit.
A round-up of the opening night of Onwards and Outwards, featuring a screening of The Alcohol Years and a Q&A with director Carol Morley.
Director Carine Adler, producer Kate Ogborn and the BFI’s Lizzie Francke take part in a panel discussion before a screening of Adler's 1997 drama.
A Q&A with Carol Morley, director of The Alcohol Years, hosted by Kate Muir, chief film critic at The Times.
Sophie Mayer on women in the British film industry: how far we've come and how far we could still go.