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The Caravan of Films made by Women fights in Bilbao to break glass ceilings

The Caravan of Films made by Women fights in Bilbao to break glass ceilings

The Caravan of Films made by Women fights in Bilbao to break glass ceilings

Zinemagileen Artean, Film Caravan made by Women, celebrates its 13th edition at Azkuna Zentroa in Bilbao between May 27 and 31. The traveling exhibition wants to break the glass ceiling of social cinema made by women.

This 13th edition will open with the presence of the Palestinian director Lina Soualem and her award-winning documentary Bye Bye Tiberias, which reflects the turbulent fate of the Palestinian women in her family. It will also be screened, on Tuesday, May 28, Phantom youth, the story told by Kosovar director Luàna Bajrami: a portrait of Kosovar youth in the 2000s, with university girls and boys searching for their identity in a country about to become independent; Before, you can see the short film Zaintzen duten emakume baserritarrak.

Dutch director Tessa Leuwsha brings to Bilbao on Wednesday Mother Suriname, a documentary inspired by her grandmother, the story of a washerwoman who grew up as a domestic slave after her parents, a white mother and a black father, gave her up for adoption in the former Dutch colony of Suriname. On Thursday, Moroccan filmmaker and screenwriter Asmae El Moudir presents a satirical and moving story that brings to light the fateful night of the Moroccan Subsistence Riots in 1981: The motor of all lies.

Finally, the French director Léa Fehner will show on Friday in Sages-femmes the hospital challenges of two midwives in a France with a poor and problem-ridden healthcare system.

Source: Eitb

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