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Films By Kim Longinotto

DREAM GIRLS (Kim Longinotto, Jano Williams, 1993)
The all-singing, all-dancing, Takarazuka Revue is one of Japan's foremost musical extravaganzas, with lascivious sets, classically romantic Broadway style shows and an all female cast. The stars of t… Read more

HIDDEN FACES (Kim Longinotto, Claire Hunt, 1990)
An Egyptian woman, Safaa Fathay, working as a researcher, and now living in Paris, has been commissioned to work as an interviewer on a film. She goes back to her country to meet the internationally … Read more

HOLD ME TIGHT, LET ME GO (Kim Longinotto, 2007)
“The school seemed to be a metaphor for what's wrong with boys and young men in society. I'm sure that's why the impact of going to that school was so strong for me.” - filmmaker Kim Longinotto .… Read more

PINK SARIS (Kim Longinotto, 2010)
"I am the messiah of women! I am more powerful than the police!" - Sampat Pal ... Meet the Gulabi Gang, a group of women dressed in defiantly pink saris, railing against India's patriarchal caste sys… Read more

ROUGH AUNTIES (Kim Longinotto, 2008)
In the chaos of post-apartheid South Africa, one group of women work tirelessly to better the lives of those most in need. ... Fearless, feisty and resolute, the 'Rough Aunties' are a remarkable grou… Read more

SHINJUKU BOYS (Kim Longinotto, Jano Williams, 1995)
Kim Longinotto and Jano Williams are back Ivexplonng another gender-bending facet of the flipside to Japanese society—following on from their successful documentary on the Takarazuka Review dan… Read more

sisters in law (Florence Ayisi and Kim Longinotto, )
Outstanding documentarian Kim Longinotto - a director of compassionate studies of women's lives and the pull between tradition and change, in such multi-award-winning films as [Divorce Iranian Style]… Read more

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