BRAZEN HUSSIES

1 hour TV and Feature Documentary

Bringing together unseen archival footage from the 1960s and 1970s, home movies, photographs and news media with personal in-depth interviews, the film introduces contemporary audiences to an exciting and revolutionary chapter in Australian history. BRAZEN HUSSIES pays homage to the achievements of this daring and diverse group of activists while revealing that the feminist fight - with its emphasis on inclusiveness and sexual and cultural diversity - is as relevant and urgent today as ever.

Writer & Director - Catherine Dwyer

Producers - Philippa Campey and Andrea Foxworthy

Executive Producer - Sue Maslin

Consultant - Larissa Behrendt

Script Editor - Annette Blonksi

Developed with the assistance of Film Victoria, Screen Australia and the Documentary Australia Foundation

Melbourne!! You are invited to very special screenings of the acclaimed documentary SHE'S BEAUTIFUL WHEN SHE'S ANGRY (2014) - an inspiring look at the brilliant, outrageous women who spearheaded the 1960’s women’s movement in the USA. 

All ticket sales will contribute to the production funding of our feature documentary BRAZEN HUSSIES about the bold women of the Australian Women’s Liberation Movement.

Wednesday 3rd April 6:30pm & Sunday 7th April 10:30am
Cinema Nova, 380 Lygon Street Carlton
All tickets $22 (plus booking fee) Tickets available to adults 18+ only. Tickets are selling fast!

All funds raised will be matched dollar-for-dollar by Creative Partnerships Australia's MATCH Lab program. Thanks to Cinema Nova for generously providing the cinema venue & to Mary Gore for providing her film.

 

Please consider making a tax deductible donation to help us complete BRAZEN HUSSIES via the Documentary Australia Foundation

All donations over $2 are tax deductible. 

WHY DONATE? 
There has never been a documentary that comprehensively documents and analyses the Australian experience of one of the greatest social and political movements of the 20thcentury. There is a lost history of social organising,  activism and widespread personal and political change that is ripe for reviewing. Because of this movement, laws were rewritten, language changed, public space and personal liberties were radically redefined.
 
There is currently an enormous groundswell of activity around women’s rights, gender politics and feminism. Brazen Hussies is a call to action and a vehicle to further these debates now. 


For the first time, BRAZEN HUSSIES tells the story of the bold women of the Women's Liberation Movement who re-ignited the feminist revolution in Australia.