Women On The Move

Film Trailer

Directed by Alice Lemkes, featuring POP + The Adventure Syndicate + Mór Diversity

Film Festivals

Kendal Mountain Film Festival

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“Women On The Move” was shortlisted to appear at the Kendal Mountain Film Festival,
17-19th November 2023. It was part of the “Human Spirit” collection of short films  – In this collection, meet the heroes and heroines overcoming their fears and rising against the odds to accomplish their dreams in the outdoors

Kendal Mountain Film Festival panel

POP, TAS and Mór Diversity were invited by FINDRA clothing and Kendal Mountain Film Festival to host a panel at the 2023 annual event in November. The sold-out event featured a film showing, costume demonstrations and a Q&A about the problems and possibilities in past and present women’s sportswear.  We talked about how much has changed since the 1890s and how much there is still do to make sport and active lives open, welcoming and accessible to a broader range of people.The panel was also joined by Elise Wortley – Woman with Altitude – who re-experiences great women’s adventures.

Unleash your inner adventurer and join us for the Findra Women on the Move film screening and panel discussion, where we come together to celebrate empowerment, outdoor exploration, and the joy of movement.

Worldwide Women’s Film Festival

 “Women On The Move” has made the official shortlist of the 6th annual Worldwide Women’s Film Festival. The event is 8-10 March 2024, Arizona USA. 

Socially Relevant Film Festival

 We are delighted to announce that “Women On The Move” has made the official shortlist of the 11th annual Socially Relevant Film Festival, 13-18 March in New York. It is part of the “REJOICE & RESIST” theme.

SRFF is a nonprofit organization was founded in January 2013 by actress/filmmaker Nora Armani as a response to the proliferation of violence and violent forms of storytelling.

The mission of SRFF is to promote films with socially relevant™ film content and filmmakers who tell human interest stories void of gratuitous violence.

Over 700 films from 40 countries have been screened to date, bringing meaningful entertainment and social awareness to the community, and making films accessible to all by offering affordable tickets and free entry to students.

SRFF strives to raise awareness of social issues in society, and through cinema promoting positive social change, peace, understanding, and a clean environment- 

NGO CSW (Commission on the Status of Women) Forum at the UN

We are incredibly pleased that WOTM has be selected as one of two films to represent the 2024 SRFF program at the NGO CSW (Commission on the Status of Women) Forum at the UN, remotely, as part of their annual Forum which is attended by women from all over the world annually.

SRFF partner with NGO CSW and participate in their forum with a selection of women-oriented or directed films, followed by a short panel, Q&As. The event is on March 14.

WPRN International Women’s Film Festival

 “Women On The Move” has made the official shortlist of the WPRN International Women’s Film Festival. We have also been selected as a potential award winner. So, we are looking forward to hearing more news. The event is 17-19 May 2024, Delaware, USA. 

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