Louise Lever presents

Revolt She Said: film screening

Auckland Auckland
Fri 07 May


Cnr Silver Rd & Gillies Ave, Epsom, Auckland

Revolt, She Said is nominated for 'Best Documentary' in the New York Independent Film Festival!

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Running Time: 4 hours


Cnr Silver Rd & Gillies Ave, Epsom, Auckland


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Find out from Helen Clark in her candid interview with Director Louise Lever, (a former E.G.G.S. student), why feminism has stalled and how you can be involved in feminism – one of the most salient and successful social movements of our time.

Where is the real progress in feminism? This is the central question of the film. Featuring Former Prime Minister of NZ Helen Clark, and other inspiring Kiwi and Australian women, the film traverses’ gender and why women are considered the secondary gender. With unflinching accounts from the older lesbian community about coming out, we also hear perspectives from empowered trans men and women, non-binary and those who do not easily fall into society's categories.

Featuring interviews with inspiring Kiwi and Australian women, trans men and women, and non-binary people. You’ll hear from Alison Mau, Lizzie Marvelly, Courtney Sina Meredith, Aborginal leader Dr. Jackie Huggins, Dr. Pani Farvid, and Quinn Eades. The film also contains an endearing and powerful coming out section from the Queer community and explores the hidden dimensions of gender and why women are still seen as the secondary gender and most importantly, what’s next!