Girls On Film

Ep 115: The Girls On Film Awards 2022

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This International Women’s Day, you are cordially invited to attend the inaugural Girls On Film Awards! This episode was recorded at a glittering ceremony at the gorgeous The Garden Cinema in March 2022, with an audience of industry luminaries. Listen in to discover who won everything from Female Friendship on Screen to the Best Female Orgasm on film - and hear speeches from some of our favourite filmmakers, including Sarah Gavron (Rocks) and Philippa Lowthorpe (Misbehaviour). The Girls On Film Awards reward excellence in the field of feminism, inclusion and diversity, female representation and the female gaze. Because the awards are in part a celebration of Girls On Film’s third anniversary, films were eligible if they were released between the launch of Girls On Film on 2 October 2018, and 4 February 2022. Thanks to The Garden Cinema, to principal partners Vanessa Smith and Peter Brewer and to Rémy Martin, Belle & Co and La Gioiosa Prosecco. Here’s where to watch the nominated films: FEMINIST FICTION FEATURE Booksmart is on BBC Iplayer until Friday 11th March and on digital internationally. The Lost Daughter is on Netflix. Portrait of a Lady on Fire is available to rent on Amazon Video and other digital platforms. Promising Young Woman is available to rent on Amazon Video. Quo Vadis, Aida? is available on Netflix. DOCUMENTARY FEATURE Cow is on Mubi. Crip Camp is on Netflix. For Sama is on All 4 and on digital internationally. Rebel Dykes is on BFI Player. Writing with Fire is available to pre-order on AppleTV for March 29th 2022. FEMALE FRIENDSHIP ON SCREEN Booksmart is on BBC Iplayer til Friday 11th March. Herself is on BFI Player. Hustlers is on Netflix. Misbehaviour on BBC iPlayer. Rocks is on Netflix and will be on wider digital platforms in the coming months. Ensemble Acting Babyteeth, The Farewell, Little Women and Rocks are on Netflix. Zola is available to rent on Amazon Prime Video. GIRLS ON FILM ALLY Pedro Almodovar for Parallel Mothers, in UK cinemas and will be on Premium Video on Demand from 14th March. J Blakeson for I Care A Lot, on Amazon Prime Video. Bo Burnham for Eighth Grade, to rent on Apple TV. John Krasinski for A Quiet Place Part II is on Now TV. Jordan Peele for Us, to rent on Amazon Prime Video. COMPOSER Nainita Desai. For Sama is available on All 4. The Wall: Climb for Gold is on Apple TV, Google Play and Amazon Prime Video. Anne Dudley. The Hustle is on Netflix. Hildur Guðnadóttir. Joker is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. Morgan Kibby. Mothering Sunday is available to rent on Amazon Prime Video. Mica Levi. Zola is available to rent on Amazon Prime Video. FEMINIST PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN Misbehaviour is on BBC iPlayer. Mothers of the Revolution is available to rent on Apple TV. Rare Beasts is on Now TV. Rocks is on Netflix. Saint Maud is on Amazon Prime Video. DIVERSITY BADGE OF HONOUR Michaela Coel’s I May Destroy You is on BBC iPlayer and on digital internationally. Sarah Gavron’s Rocks is on Netflix. Ruth Madeley’s new film When Barbara Met Alan will be on BBC iPlayer soon. Years and Years is available on BBC iPlayer and on digital internationally. Ashanti Omkar. BEST FEMALE ORGASM I'm Your Man is available to rent on Amazon Prime Video. If Beale Street Could Talk and The Miseducation of Cameron Post are available to rent on Apple TV. Portrait of a Lady on Fire is available to rent on Amazon Prime Video. Queen & Slim is on Netflix. Become a patron of Girls on Film on Patreon here: www.patreon.com/girlsonfilmpodcast Follow us on socials: www.instagram.com/girlsonfilm_podcast/ www.facebook.com/girlsonfilmpodcast www.twitter.com/GirlsOnFilm_Pod www.twitter.com/annasmithjourno Girls On Film is an HLA production. Host: Anna Smith. Executive Producer: Hedda Archbold. Audio Producer: Michelle Tofi. Assistant Producer: Shanaiya Pithiya. House band: MX Tyrants. Interns: Jamie Wills and Greta Gard.