Feminist Fright Fest

Register for your FREE tickets to our Drive-In Movie

featuring "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night"

on Thursday, October 28th (Gates 6:30 pm / Movie 7:30 pm)!

 

 

Co-sponsored by Office of Multicultural Affairs, Student Union Activities, and Lawrence Public Library

 

Feminist Fright Fest is an annual horror film festival, taking place in October. Created in 2018, it has since become a major staple of the Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity’s fall programming. We seek primarily to explore horror through an intersectional feminist lens and provide a platform for women filmmakers and filmmakers of marginalized genders. Please like and follow our Facebook page to keep up-to-date. See our fourth annual Feminist Fright Fest program and collaborative zine project below!

 

 

 

Wednesday, October 6th, 7 pm

Bit

Post-Screening Discussion with Katie Hinders & An Sasala

Department of Film & Media Studies Soundstage

Summerfield Hall, Room 125 

Co-sponsored by Center for Sexuality & Gender Diversity and Department of Film & Media Studies

 

Wednesday, October 20th, 12 noon

Hair Wolf 

Post-Screening Discussion with Jessina Emmert & Cierra Roberson

TACO BAR LUNCH PROVIDED

RSVP REQUIRED: https://bit.ly/HairWolf-RSVP

Co-sponsored by Office of Multicultural Affairs and Lawrence Public Library

 

Wednesday, October 27th, 7 pm

Unsafe Spaces & The Stylist

Panel featuring local filmmakers Jill Gevargizian, Eric Havens, and Connor Sandheinrich

Moderated by Megan Williams

Department of Film & Media Studies Soundstage

Summerfield Hall, Room 125

Co-sponsored by Department of Film & Media Studies

 

Thursday, October 28th, Gates 6:30/Movie 7:30 pm

Drive-In Movie:

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

Lied Center of Kansas Parking Lot

Register for FREE tickets

Co-sponsored by Office of Multicultural Affairs, Student Union Activities, and Lawrence Public Library

 

Read The Pitch's coverage of our third annual festival "KU Feminist Fright Fest goes online for 2020 event" by KU alum Jo Sabus '20.

 

See a playlist of all of our Feminist Fright Fest 2020 videos above!

  

 

For more on our 2019 festival, see Nick Spacek's coverage in The Pitch "Feminist Fright Fest looks at horror from another perspective."

         

 

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