Club des Femmes x ‘Between Us We Have Everything We Need’ responds to and with the necessary anger, grief and beauty of A Place of Rage, placing Pratibha Parma’s 1991 film in conversation with contemporary Black British feminist film programmers, writers, artist-filmmakers and activists, including Maria Cabrera, Grace Barber-Plentie, Javie Huxley, Irenosen Okojie, Onyeka Igwe (part of B.O.S.S. Collective), Rhea Storr, and Ufuoma Essi.
A Place of Rage is the centrepiece of a weekend dedicated to the transmission of embodied memory, activating the archive through shared viewing and reflection. The weekender takes its title from Igwe’s short film ‘Collective Hum,’ which will screen for free in a programme with Essi’s ‘All That You Can’t Leave Behind’ and Storr’s ‘A PROTEST, A CELEBRATION, A MIXED MESSAGE,’ shorts that tune in to the ‘collective hum’ of Black womxn’s presence in performance, protest, pleasure and moving image practice.
Join Club des Femmes to re-imagine an intersectional feminist future rooted in Black queer and feminist cultural histories and practices through new writing commissions, a live Q&A with Pratibha Parmar and Lola Olufemi, and a live roundtable with the short filmmakers.