March 2022 – Festival Highlights & Videos

Showcase of the best FILMS in the world today.

Audience Award Winners:
BEST SHORT FILM: in love with a problem

Watch the Audience Feedback Video for each film:

in love with a problem, 22min., Canada, Documentary

Directed by Julie Kim

Miranda Wang and Jeanny Yao were still in high school when they discovered plastic-eating bacteria in Vancouver’s Fraser River. Passionate about the problem of plastic waste, the two millennial innovators are now on an inspiring journey to solve it. Their dedication has taken them all the way from Vancouver to Silicon Valley. From bacteria to cutting edge chemistry, their story has illuminated one of our earth’s biggest eco disasters.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!

SIYAY – COME WILD WITH US! Season 2, 26min., South Africa, TV Series

Directed by François Odendaal

Not paying attention in class Thabang looks through a book on prehistoric life and stumbles upon a drawing of a dinosaur with the word Khodumodumo scribbled over it. Her curiosity piqued, she entices her friends to set out with Oompie on a mission to look for dinosaurs and find out more about the mythical Khodumodumo.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!


Directed by Emily Driscoll

Chiropterologists Chelmala and Bhargavi Srinivasulu are researchers at Osmania University in Hyderabad, India. They have been called the bat man and bat woman of India. The title suits them, they say. And their chiropteran-infused love has guided their passion for finding, studying and ultimately helping to protect endangered bat species all over India. And it is what launched them on a strange and, at times, dangerous journey to find a bat that had not been seen in two decades- the Kolar leaf-nosed bat.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!

FLEETING STRUCTURE, 50min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Patrick Lysagnt

Fleeting Structure is a documentary film exploring the art and science of fluid flow and crystal growth in the living and nonliving worlds through stunning photographs and breath-taking cinematography driven by an intriguing original soundtrack. It is also a call to action to reestablish truth in society.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!

By femalefilmfestival

The irony of this festival is that its goal is to not be around in 5 years time. To eventually not be relevant because there is zero need to have a festival geared for female talent and female stories because the stories presented in Hollywood and around the world are a balanced showcase of the human experience from both sexes. Our goal is to achieve a lot of success and then fold into oblivion simply because there is no need for this festival. This festival was created by the FEEDBACK Film & Writing Festival as a simple reaction to a strong need to showcase female talent from around the world in a more profound way. When putting together the weekly festival, the administration noticed a lack of a female presence in the stories being shown at the festival. A classic example and analogy to the frustration is how the festival noticed that even the smaller roles in a screenplay were written for a man to play. There was zero reason for this in many stories. How a police officer, or a political campaign manager, for example with 3-4 lines in a screenplay was a "HE" character. Why? And these are the screenplays written by the winners! The talented one who have obtained agents and have began/beginning their careers as a writer.

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