Kim Longinotto is a renowned documentary filmmaker who has been making films since 1976. Her output has been prolific, producing more than 20 films over the last 46 years, in the USA, Italy, Iran, Egypt, Kenya, Cameroon, South Africa, India, Japan and here in Belfast.
Her films most often centre on the experiences of women within systems of patriarchal power that they are actively attempting to challenge, subvert, change or escape.
In conversation with Dr Jolene Mairs Dyer from Ulster University, Kim will discuss and share clips from a range of her fascinating films. Kim will be in attendance online and Jolene will host the conversation live from Ulster University.