Taking its title from the propaganda-style narration in 1945 film Homes for the People, this screening of works from Cinenova's collection charts through nearly 90 years of filmmaking, the evolving intersection of feminist politics with the 'domestic'.
Joanna Davis, Often During The Day, UK, 1979, 16 mins
Kay Mander, Homes For The People, UK, 1945, 30 mins
Caroline Shedlon, 17 Rooms (Or What Do Lesbians Do In Bed), UK, 1985, 10 mins
Germain Dulac, Smiling Madame Beudet, France, 1922, 35 mins
Dara Greenwald with Ona Mirkinson, The Package, USA, 2010, 10 mins
This is an event to accompany the exhibition The Grand Domestic Revolution GOES ON.