La Fronde, Laisse les Filles Tranquilles, les Déchainé·es, Noms Peut-être, les Bledarte, Mémoire Coloniale et Lutte Contre les Discriminations, Imazi·Reine, Apolline Vranken (l’Architecture qui dégenre), Manon Brulard (HackYourFuture Belgium): in her first documentary,Elisa Vdk gives a voice to the fourth wave of Brussels feminists and their struggles for a more egalitarian life together, where nothing is invisible or disparaged. Demonstrating, putting up messages in the streets, organising bike rides in the city, decolonising mentalities through art and culture... Together and individually, they fight gender inequality, sexism and racism in the urban space in their own way. They denounce the prevailing patriarchy and propose concrete solutions so that a sister is never again alone in the public space. Beyond a healthy anger, the production leaves room for a contagious militant joy, to be (re)shared on a large scale and in theatres!
An inheritance without a will
What have we inherited? And what did they want to pass on to us? What were yesterday’s struggles missing? And what are we missing today? How can we fight together while respecting our differences?
The screening will be followed by a meeting hosted by Héloïse Husquinet (an independent researcher), with: Elisa Vdk (director), Irène Kaufer (second wave feminist activist and blogger), Selemani Gloria Djemba (Liège-based afro-feminist activist and director of the documentary Sirop de Liège), and the GlueGang Liège (a feminist collage collective).
La Piraterie, a queer and feminist biker gang, invites you to join them to ride straight over the patriarchy! Get on your bike and put up your placard, put on your speaker, your pride flags, and your sequins...and come to the Le Parc Cinema for a screening of Elisa Vdk’s documentary. Come to the esplanade Saint-Léonard at 6pm!