Passes on Sale for the Boston Women’s Film Festival

The Boston Women’s Film Festival is excited to be offering all-access passes this year.

Individual passes are $125, and a Dual pass is $200.

The festival will be held at the Brattle Theatre and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston September 26–29. Passes provide you access to all films at both the Brattle and the MFA, as well as to the festival parties.
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Titles confirmed so far as part of the Boston Women’s Film Festival’s screenings at The Brattle:

The Awakening of the Ants – Isabel is a 28-year-old seamstress. She is a good mother, wife and daughter-in-law and she teaches that to her daughters. Her family insists she should have another child, a boy, and this pressure awakens her to a progressive, silent, and unavoidable rebellion.
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Blowin’ Up – Working within a broken criminal justice system, a team of rebel heroines work to change the way women arrested for prostitution are prosecuted. With intimate camerawork that lingers on details and brings the Queens criminal courtroom to life, BLOWIN’ UP celebrates acts of steadfast defiance, even as it reveals the hurdles these women must face.
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Endzeit – Carolina Hellsgård’s chilling second feature follows two women fighting for their lives in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by zombies — a future Hellsgård presents as both horrific and hopeful.
With women in every major creative role, ENDZEIT is a different kind of zombie movie.
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Good Posture – Dolly Wells’ first feature starring Grace Van Patten and Emily Mortimer.
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The Remix: Hip Hop X Fashion – As hip hop music was taking off in the late 80s and 90s, associated fashion trends and styles were also making their voice heard. And both were largely dominated by men. But as the voices of Mary J. Blige, Missy Elliot, and Lil’ Kim grew louder, so too did the influence of their female designers and stylists working behind the scenes.
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The Two Faces of a Bamileke Woman – filmmaker Rosine Mbakam left Cameroon at 27 to live in Belgium. Seven years later—having studied film and married a European—she returns, accompanied by her son. Motivated by a desire to better understand her past and the place she grew up, Rosine is nonetheless surprised by the revelations her mother and other women make in startlingly intimate conversations.
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