Following the success of its second annual festival in London, Feminista Film Festival will launch its UK Tour for International Women’s Day, March 8.

More than 25 cinemas around the UK have already committed to screen the programme – including Truro’s own Three Rivers Film Club at Old Bakery Studios, which will be celebrating a few days early with a special screening on Monday, March 2.

The 95-minute programme includes eight premium short films from Wales to Pakistan, from wild swimmers to activists. Inspiration guaranteed!

Entry is £6 for new members (which includes a year membership to the whole of the C Fylm film club network across Cornwall) or £4 for members.

The Old Bakery Bar will be open and there is always have a good chat after the film for anyone who would like to stay and talk.

More information and booking links can be found on the C Fylm website:

Feminista Film Festival and Tour tells the most inspiring stories about women and girls. The festival takes place annually each September in London. The Feminista Tour screens at theatres and venues around the world throughout the year.

Feminista’s mission is to inspire audiences and to connect women and girls to female role models. Laurie and Dan Mucha founded Feminista Film Festival and Tour because they believe stories about women and girls need a stronger voice and documentary film is a uniquely inspiring form of storytelling.

Three Rivers Film Club is Truro’s community cinema, with screenings taking place once a month at the iconic Old Bakery Studios. Showing independents, documentaries and local films, and keeping things cosy with twinkly lighting and sofas, Three Rivers Film Club aims to be a friendly, welcoming space to watch something a little bit different.

The club is part of C Fylm, Cornwall’s network of community film clubs, which screens more than 360 films a year to an audience of nearly 10,000 people.