Logo co-designed by Grace Kredell and Aerienne Russell

Logo co-designed by Grace Kredell and Aerienne Russell

Feminist Cinema Club is a free, bi-monthy double-feature movie night at Gal Palace aimed at pairing films based on a loose theme. We, the curators, don’t pretend to know what feminist cinema is or what it could look like in the future, but we do think these films are worth throwing up for debate. Overall, we encourage you to treat this event like a sleepover, without the boring part where you all pretend to close your eyes. So, talk over the movies if you want, brings snacks, and something comfortable to wear and sit on. We will have nail-polish and magazines on site if the movie is so shitty you need to zone out with your friends. Although we encourage you to do away with your cell-phones, we will understand if you want to text your crush or somebody else really important like your best friend.

++ NECESSARY HABITS ++

 Logo/GIF concept by Grace Kredell, designed by Tara Milch

Logo/GIF concept by Grace Kredell, designed by Tara Milch

Necessary Habits is a craft-driven floating activity space that connects people to different mediums and concepts. As a group process, we place a particular emphasis on the transformation of objects and materials through thrifting, scavenging, recycling and feminist acts of reclamation. 

\\ NH Past Events //

Gal Palace for Gal Palace, featured in LA Weekly

Women Who Run With The Wolves Dollmaking Workshop, Echo Chamber Creative Headquarters, featured in LA Weekly

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++ BROOKLYN FEMALE FILM CO-OP ++

 Logo design by Arielle Apfel

Logo design by Arielle Apfel

Regular Members: Arielle Apfel, Clara Campoli, Bee Gray, Grace Kredell, Maggie Owsley, Ashley Miller and Dylan Wilde

The Brooklyn Female Film Co-op seeks to cultivate a supportive and collaborative environment for female-identified people in Brooklyn to pursue film production and critical thinking about cinema. We are committed to challenging longstanding perceptions about women in film, both behind and in front of the camera, and engage in an ongoing dialogue about the female experience.

Together, we produced a zine The Feminist Film Bible, exchanged at The Anti-Valentine's Day Riot Grrrl Show and the NYC Feminist Zine Fest, in addition to a short film The Dress

 Cover design and embroidery by Dylan Wilde 

Cover design and embroidery by Dylan Wilde