13th International Filmmor Women Film Festival on Wheels

Hijabi Girls / The Easter Crumble / The Vast Landscape-Porcelain Stories / Matilde The Big Shake / Pulse

Hijabi Girls

2013, Blu-Ray, Color, 5’, Arabic, English, English Subtitled
Director: Nada Al-Hudaid

The documentary is the portrait of Brajis Chohan, as a fashion designer combining Western clothes and conservative/religious clothing successfully, who made space for conservative clothing in de luxe fashion, whose collections are highly admired in fashion weeks. An insider’s look at hijab’s concept and market…

The Easter Crumble

Poland, 2013, Blu-Ray, Color, 30’, Polish, English Subtitled
Director: Julia Kolberger

Urszula is preparing a traditional Easter breakfast to welcome her daughter and her new fiancé. 
When the couple arrives, the man turns out to be thirty years older than Urszula's daughter. Easter breakfast turns into supper, while Urszula goes through the worst day of her life.

The Vast Landscape-Porcelain Stories

Croatia, 2014, Blu-Ray, Color, 11’, No Dialogue
Director: Lea Vidakovic

A fox hunter and a porcelain shopkeeper lady, the scientist brothers, a seal, a boy and a music box. Six characters in their rooms filled with traces of longing, separated by a vast and bleak landscape. Four stories on love, contemplation and self-destruction.


Mexico, 2012, Blu-Ray, Color, 8’, Spanish, English Subtitled
Director: Laura A. Martínez Hinojosa

Matilde, at 72 realises that she has nothing to do other than death and waits. She spends her days contemplating the view through the window of an old bus in Guanajuato city. Untill she confronts the unexpected…


France, 2014, Blu-Ray, Color, 4’, No Dialogue
Director: Lucie Rico

In every woman’s life is a period when she is in need of a clean shaving blade, and being accepted.


Scotland, United Kingdom, 2014, Blu-Ray, B&W, 15’, No Dialogue
Director: Ruth Paxton

Pulse is commissioned by the Royal Philharmonic Society, bringing together two artists, British/Bulgarian composer Dobrinka Tabakova and Scottish Director Ruth Paxton to create a new score and film for the PRS for Music Foundation’s New Music Biennial in 2014.  


Past Screening
19 March Thursday
Other Films